YA: From New York Times bestselling author Brigid Kemmerer comes a brand-new blockbuster fantasy series about a corrupt kingdom, a star-crossed romance and a girl who will do anything for justice.
SELF-HELP: A love letter to breakups & a celebration of what they have taught, peppered with anecdotes from friends and interviews with specialists.
CHILDREN'S BOOK: The third book in the totally outrageous adventures of Nelson Hunter – the boy who hates vegetables. Featuring a serious spy mystery and an epic dinosaur disaster!
YA: The summer is finally here, and Pearl Nash is on a mission to save her slowly disintegrating friendship with a whirlwind end-of-year road trip that is definitely, absolutely, most positively going to solve all her problems.
ROMANCE: Eight years ago, Sahar married Khaled and followed him to Jordan, leaving behind a thriving cake business. But married life didn’t go as planned and, haunted by secrets, Sahar has returned home to Sydney without telling her husband.
CRIME: Henrietta Copeland accompanied by Compass, her chocolate brown Labrador, begin this fictitious crime tetralogy.
MIDDLE GRADE: Maven and Reeve find themselves at the far-flung and gloomy Glawn Castle while Sir Garrick secretly searches for supporters of the rebellion. But when a cook goes missing and the Airl's personal guards take more than a passing interest in the disappearance, danger looms and the potential for discovery grows.
GENERAL FICTION: Malibu Rising is a story about one unforgettable night in the life of a famous family: the night they each have to choose what they will keep from the people who made them . . . and what they will leave behind.
CREATIVE WRITING: BAFTA award–winning screenwriter Anthony Mullins presents an accessible, versatile and highly visual alternative to writing that dramatically expands the range of narratives open to writers, both emerging and experienced.
PICTURE BOOK: In this delightful children’s picture book, Aunty Patsy Cameron generously shares the stories and traditions from her family’s seasonal island life in Tasmania.
HISTORICAL FICTION: The Suffragette meets The Greatest Showman in this story ofpassion and courage, as a young feminist fights against the rules of society to find her place in the world.
SELF-HELP: A world expert presents a sympathetic exploration of the causes of trauma and the new treatments making it possible for sufferers to reclaim their lives.
YA: Lisa Walker's second Olivia Grace novel is another rip-roaring excursion into madcap sunshine noir, with nods to Nancy Drew and Sherlock Holmes, and a flavour of Veronica Mars meets Elmore Leonard.
THRILLER: After top-secret talks in Barcelona, ex-spy Dr Tori Swyft wakes beside two dead bodies. A nameless voice phones her, taunting her and revealing a shocking video that shows Tori as the murderer, yet she has no memory of what happened.
BIOGRAPHY: For more than 30 years, Phillip Maisel has worked selflessly to record the harrowing stories of Holocaust survivors. But, for Phillip, confronting and overcoming trauma is also personal. A Holocaust survivor himself, he too has unthinkable stories of triumph and tragedy, cruelty and hope.
THRILLER: Thomas and Viv Adler, together with their two teenage kids, have a picture-perfect family. But each member of this family has a secret, and their ‘perfect’ façade is crumbling.
ACTION: Journalist John Bailey has been investigating the rise of a global white supremacist group and suspects that a notorious neo-Nazi in the United States has been directing deadly racist attacks on Sydney’s streets. Now someone wants to stop him doing what he does best – exposing the truth.
WOMEN'S FICTION: Anna has just completed an eight-year prison sentence for selling drugs. Now she must find a new path and her search takes her to the Women’s Circle, a safe space where women can be together, confide in one another, and begin to heal.
AUTOBIOGRAPHY: Award-winning comedian Georgie Carroll delivers a riotously funny autobiography told through the lense of her nursing career.
CONTEMPORARY: Hailed as a bold foray into new literary territory, Kawakami's novel is told in the voice of a fourteen-year-old student subjected to relentless torment for having a lazy eye.The only person who understands what he is going through is a female classmate who suffers similar treatment.