Tin Man – Sarah Winman

Tin Man was a beautiful, haunting and contemplative read. In the opening scene we see a woman assert herself for an indescribable feeling that a painting of yellow sunflowers gives her and her legacy to her son that men and boys are capable of beautiful things. We see her son develop a beautiful friendship with … Continue reading Tin Man – Sarah Winman

Mr Wigg – Inga Simpson

Mr Wigg is another mesmerising piece by one of my favourites Inga Simpson. Mr Wigg lives along on his farm after the passing of his wife. His son wants him to move to town where he has less to look after in his older days but Mr Wigg loves his fruit trees and his chooks … Continue reading Mr Wigg – Inga Simpson

The Heart’s Invisible Furies – John Boyne

Acclaimed author John Boyne's recently released novel, The Heart's Invisible Furies has received rave reviews across the bookish world. The Heart's Invisible Furies follows the story of Cyril Avery (although, he isn't a real Avery, not really) born out wedlock in a rural town in Ireland, Cyril is adopted by a wealthy but distant and … Continue reading The Heart’s Invisible Furies – John Boyne