This week Mischa reviews
I Am Juliet
by Jackie French

This is a gorgeous and realistic portrayal of Shakespeare's classic play Romeo and Juliet, in which we finally get to see the star-crossed romance from the perspective of the alluring and mysterious Juliet. French weaves a meticulously crafted Elizabethan world with the untold helplessness Juliet feels as she realises that unlike young men her age, her life will effectively be determined and controlled by others. Mixing in the point of view of Rob, the thirteen-year-old boy who is the first to play the role of Juliet on the Elizabethan stage, I Am Juliet is the perfect introduction to the Shakespeare phenomena for ages 10+.




This week Kate reviews
Sight Lines
Foreword by Hannah Kent

I had the privilege of being an editor for this year’s UTS Writers’ Anthology and that means I can guarantee that the short works of fiction, memoir, poetry and screen writing showcased in this collection are an outstanding example of the emerging literary talent we have here in Australia. Personal favourites include ‘Not the Sea’ by Ashleigh Synnott, a lyrical and devastating story of the 2005 tsunami in Sri Lanka, ‘Boy’s Own Adventure Tale’ by Emily Brugman and ‘The Ends of the Earth’ by Alison Gibbs.



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 This Week's Top 10


1. The Goldfinch
Donna Tartt
Currawong Manor
Josephine Pennicott
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2. The Silkworm
Robert Galbraith
3. Burial Rites
Hannah Kent
4. All the Birds, Singing
Evie Wyld
5. Dragon's Tail Quarterly Essay
Andrew Charlton
6. Alphabetical Sydney
Hilary Bell
7. Community
Hetty McKinnon
8. All the Light We Cannot See
 Anthony Doerr
9.A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing
Eimear McBride
10. Lost & Found
Brooke Davis