LITERARY FICTION: A magnificent literary debut about the myriad loves that make up a life.
SELF-HELP: Are you always exhausted? Unable to feel for others or for life's pleasures? Find it hard to concentrate and take in what you read? You may have burnout.
YOUNG ADULT: The rockin' story of two new friends, one arts fiasco and a whole lot of music.
NON-FICTION: A powerful, heartrending and compelling work of investigative journalism from award winning author Sonia Faleiro
JUNIOR FICTION: Welcome to Horror Heights: can the children who live here conceal the strange goings on behind closed doors?
HISTORY: Innovation brings Peter Ackroyd’s History of England to a triumphant close.
THRILLER: An addictive thriller of twists and turns, a gripping and emotionally resonant debut from a striking new voice.
MEMOIR: From award-winning actor and food obsessive Stanley Tucci comes an intimate and irresistible memoir of life in and out of the kitchen.
BIOGRAPHY: Annie Lock believed Aboriginal lives mattered, with controversial results. This biography dives into massacres, stolen generations and the thorny problem of Aboriginal missions.
SELF-HELP: Magic is making the impossible possible, but the real magic is finding the good vibes every day in everything you do!
VISUAL POETRY: Visual poetry from the iconic Sally Rooney illustrator.
Released on November 10 2021, the Humans of Kangaroo Island book showcases the diversity and history of Kangaroo Island as seen through the lives of locals.
SOCIETY: As authoritative as the Macquarie Dictionary and as exhaustive as a Fortitude Valley pub crawl, Betoota-isms is your one-stop guide to the grandeur of the great Australian vernacular.
HISTORICAL FICTION: Set in Mussolini’s Italy amid great upheaval, this is the story of one woman’s determination to find her place in a world that men are threatening to tear apart.
THRILLER: The gripping final instalment in the FBI special agent Atlee Pine series by internationally bestselling author David Baldacci.
THRILLER: An opal miner is found crucified and left to rot down his mine. Nothing about the miner's death is straightforward, not even who found the body. Sydney homicide detective Ivan Lucic is sent to investigate, assisted by inexperienced young investigator Nell Buchanan.
HISTORY: Fragments of stories about four generations of Noongar women and how they navigated colonisation to hold their families together.
PICUTRE BOOK: All aboard the train party in this rhyming picture book that captures all the fun of a pre-schooler’s train-themed birthday party.
YA FICTION: A Lanternist's son is left to fend for himself in Adelaide 1901 after his mother leaves them and his father goes looking for her.
SELF-HELP: Clinical psychologist Dr Rebecca Ray shows how boundaries are the key to many of the emotional and practical difficulties we encounter in daily life.