The perfect season for reading is upon us: autumn. It's time for warm socks, big cups of tea, and a tall stack of books.
This month we have fascinating nonfiction, absorbing fiction, and one modern classic in a stylish new format.
In Who Needs the ABC? Matthew Ricketson and Patrick Mullins outline the vital role the ABC plays in Australia today and offer solutions to see it thrive at a time when it is under attack; Keeping Them Honest is Stephen Charles and Catherine Williams’ revealing and compelling case for the establishment of a strong national anti-corruption body; Devil House is an epic, gripping novel about murder, truth, and the dangers of storytelling from New York Times bestselling author and Mountain Goats singer/songwriter John Darnielle; After the Romanovs is the story of the Russian aristocrats, artists, and intellectuals who sought freedom and refuge in the Paris by the New York Times bestselling author of The Romanov Sisters, Helen Rappaport; in The Herd journalist Johan Anderberg has written a real-life thriller about the nation dealing differently with a global crisis: Sweden; Generation Sleepless is Heather Turgeon and Julie Wright’s intimate glimpse inside a silent epidemic that is harming teens, and a pathway for parents to help them reclaim the restorative power of sleep; and Laura Jean McKay’s multi-award-winning novel, The Animals in That Country, is now in a sleek new format.
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