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Books On The Go

Nov 10, 2019

Anna and Annie are thrilled to be chatting with Heather Rose about her new novel Bruny.

Heather is best known for her novel The Museum of Modern Love, winner of multiple awards including the 2017 Stella Prize. Bruny is a political satire set in Tasmania, with Astrid (Ace) facing a conflict over a bridge to Bruny Island.  It touches on family, climate change and the influence of China.  We loved this mix of satire, dystopia and spy thriller.

Heather recommends City of Trees by Sophie Cunningham and There Was Still Love by Favel Parrett, which she calls a 'salted caramel book' (our new favourite book descriptor).

Heather's podcast recommendations are Oprah's Super Soul Conversations, Under the Skin with Russell Brand and Our Cinematic Universe.

Next week, Anna and Amanda will be reading When I Hit You by Meena Kandasamy. 

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