July New Release Books
Uni holidays means times to enjoy a great new release book! Here’s our round-up of top reads…
The Sacred Lies of Minnow Bly by Stephanie Oakes
Minnow Bly, survivor of a cult. Woman without hands. The only survivor of a devastating fire and now, wanted for murder.A thrilling read of secrets and bravery.
The Girl in The Spiders Web by David Lagercrantz
Lisbeth Salander is back. Now accused of hacking a top-security system, she is on the run. Blomkvist knows that this is out of character, even for her. There must be something deeper at the heart of this – maybe even the scoop that Millennium magazine so desperately needs for its survival. A tangled web of truth that someone is prepared to kill to protect…
Mislaid by Neil Zink
A sharp, funny and original novel from Nell Zink about a screwed-up American family in the 1960s.
The Other Side of the World by Stephanie Bishop
Relativity by Antonia Hayes
Relativity is an irresistible novel about science, love, unbreakable bonds and irreversible acts.
Kitchens of the Great Mid-West by J. Ryan Stradek
Punchy, fun and irresistible, this is the story of a girl who becomes a world-famous chef, told by those who love her, envy her and never forget her.
China Rich Girlfriend by Kevin Kwan
A wickedly funny new novel of social climbing, secret e-mails, art-world scandal, lovesick billionaires, and the outrageous story of what happens when Rachel Chu, engaged to marry Asia’s most eligible bachelor, discovers her birthfather.
New Books From Great Authors
The Long Utopia (the Long Earth 4) by Terry Pratchett and Stephen Baxter
2045-2059. After the cataclysmic upheavals of Step Day and the Yellowstone eruption humanity is spreading further into The Long Earth, and society, on a battered Datum Earth and beyond, continues to evolve.
The Dust That Falls From Dreams by Louis De Bernieres
Louis de Bernières’ magnificent and moving novel follows the lives of an unforgettable cast of characters as they strike out to seek what happiness can be built from the ruins of the old world.
The Festival of Insignificance by Milan Kundera
Casting light on the most serious of problems and at the same time saying not one serious sentence; being fascinated by the reality of the contemporary world and at the same time completely avoiding realism – that’s The Festival of Insignificance.
Aussie Grit the Autobiography by Mark Webber
Eighteen months after retiring from a twelve year Formula One career, Mark Webber finally tells the story of his journey from Queanbeyan kid to Grand Prix winner – and in typical ‘Aussie Grit’ style, it’s a no holds barred, searingly honest account of life inside and out of the cockpit.
The Healthy Life by Jess Sepel
Jess’ philosophy is simple: good health starts in the kitchen. Her focus is on fresh produce, prepared simply and with love. The Healthy Life is fully photographed, and has 100 recipes, meal plans, and a kind approach to creating better health and stress-free living