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thewonders

August 2014

The Wonders

by Paddy O’Reilly

What happens when three ordinary people undergo radical medical treatments that make them international curiosities?

Challenging our ideas about celebrity, disability and the value of human life, The Wonders is a boldly inventive, acute and moving novel from one of Australia’s finest authors.

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sambramham

August 2014

Three-Quarter Man

by Sam Bramham

Sam Bramham doesn’t let a disability slow him down, or quell his larrikin streak. He’s as famous for making mischief as for winning Paralympic medals in the pool.

With his competitive spirit still burning, Sam is on the road to Rio, determined to win gold for Australia in the first ever Paralympic triathlon.

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lesbianforayearfinal

September 2014

Lesbian for a Year

by Brooke Hemphill

What happens when a young heterosexual woman wakes up one morning with a splitting hangover and a naked woman wrapped around her?

And so begins Brooke Hemphill’s year of dating women. From wild Mardi Gras parties to an illicit affair and a broken heart, Brooke learns more than she bargained for about herself, her sexuality, and the nature of relationships and intimacy.

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adamgilchristbookfinal

October 2014

Adam Gilchrist

by Adam Gilchrist

Going in first or seventh, wearing whites or colours, Adam Gilchrist was the most exhilarating cricketer of the modern age.

This is the most complete, intimate and fascinating illustrated autobiography of ‘Gilly’. Featuring photographs, stories and precious keepsakes from Gilchrist’s private life and illustrious career, this book provides unprecedented access to Gilly, on and off the field.

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