In true crime, two books take on the case of vanished William Tyrrell: Caroline Overington (Missing William Tyrrell, March, HarperCollins) and Ally Chumley (Searching for Spiderman, March, Hardie Grant). The German invasion of Russia during World War II forms the backdrop of Prime Minister’s Literary Award-winner Steven Conte’s second novel, The Tolstoy Estate (August, Fourth Estate). The apocalypse has well and truly hit Australian fiction, with climate catastrophe, extinction, human/animal relationships and the collapse of civil order recurring themes. siteads.queue.push( {"site":"lifehacker","pagetype":"article","ad_type":"article","sec":"entertainment","amp":false,"ctype":"article","article":"the best australian books to grab before christmas 2020","article-tags":["authors","books","reading"],"native":["null"],"aggregate":["authors","books","reading"],"pageID":["null"],"sub-sec":"","cat":"entertainment","cat1":"","ad_location":"mrec-content-mobile","targeting":{"pos":"2"},"provider":"google-dfp","element_id":"ad-slot_mrec-content-mobile_section-index-1_pos-2"} ); Share via facebook; Share via twitter; Share via whatsapp; SMS Share via SMS; Share via e-mail; Leave a comment. Look out for rising talents: S.L. And now that we've messed it all up, Elise Bohan argues that we should embrace the transhuman in the thought-provoking Future Superhuman (October, NewSouth). Expect biographies on New Zealand PM Jacinda Ardern (Madeleine Chapman, April, Black Inc.); NRL stars Owen Craigie (OCD : The Owen Craigie Disorders, Rupert Guinness, September, Affirm) and Cameron Smith (second half 2020, A&U); and Australian Jewish leader Mark Leibler (The Powerbroker, Michael Gawenda, May, Monash). Australian Book Review acknowledges the Kulin Nation as the Traditional Owners of the land on which it is situated in Southbank, Victoria, and pays respect to the Elders, past and present. books published. Clive Hamilton follows his controversial Silent Invasion with a comprehensive exploration, written with academic Mareike Ohlberg, of communist China (Hidden Hand, May, Hardie Grant). Walkley Award winners Anthony Dowsley and Patrick Carlyon expand their journalism about lawyer turned police informant Nicola Gobbo in Lawyer X (June, HarperCollins), while embroiled cop Paul Dale has Cops, Drugs, Lawyer X and Me (March, Hachette). Buy it here. This year, we were captivated by stories from literary icons, debut novelists, and more. There is a buzz about Greek-Australian author Andrew Pippos’ debut novel ‘Lucky’s’. Languages. In what is set to be the biggest release of the year, two-time Booker Prize winner Hilary Mantel brings her Thomas Cromwell trilogy to an exultant close with The Mirror and the Light (March, Fourth Estate), eight years in the making. Each year, Better Reading asks young Australian readers, their families, librarians and teachers to vote for their favourite book. Bargain Shop. Dervla McTiernan will publish her third crime novel in 2020.Credit:Julia Dunin. They are books that I read this year, not necessarily published this year. reveals a lost narrative, hidden between the lines of a history written by men. Books » Our lists » Australian top 10 of 2020 The home grown talent topping the charts this year. It’s a delightful, lyrical and deeply thought-provoking celebration of words, and the power of language to shape the world and our experience of it. A post shared by Craig Silvey (@craigsilveyauthor) on Sep 28, 2020 at 4:44pm PDT. Locally, expect to see Ketan Joshi (Road to Resolution, August, NewSouth); Paddy Manning (Body Count, May, S&S); Jonica Newby (Climate Grief, September, NewSouth); and Marian Wilkinson (Carbon Club, June, A&U). The three musketeers of Australian crime writing return: Jane Harper (second half 2020, Pan MacMillan), Chris Hammer (second half 2020, A&U) and Dervla McTiernan (The Good Turn, March, HarperCollins… The Books That Broke Through the Noise of 2020 Lifehacker Australia. Also playing with form is Michael Christie’s ambitious Greenwood (February, Scribe), an intergenerational saga that covers hundreds of years and is structured like the rings of a tree. Ends 23:59 22nd January. The Australian Booksellers Association data also reports that book sales are up 7% this year-to-date. In current affairs, Bernard Collaery, a lawyer charged after exposing an Australian bugging operation in East Timor, publishes (Oil Under Troubled Water, March, MUP), and regional tensions are explored in Rory Medcalf’s Contest for the Indo-Pacifc (March, La Trobe). A new book argues the keys to the … Australia genre: new releases and popular books, including The Boy Toy by Nicola Marsh, Tic-Tac-Mistletoe by N.R. Inspired by all the active wear she saw during a trip to Australia, Lionel Shriver’s The Motion of the Body Through Space (Fourth Estate, May) promises a hilarious evisceration of the cult of fitness. I’m so excited to share HONEYBEE with you all, and introduce you to its cast of characters. The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes (The Hunger Games, #0) Suzanne Collins. In matters of gender, race and representation look out for Ada Calhoun's Why We Can’t Sleep (January, Text); Ariel Gore’s F*ck Happiness (May, Black Inc); Peggy Orenstein’s Boys and Sex (July, HarperCollins, July); Layla F. Saad’s Me and White Supremacy (February, Quercus); and Tanya Talaga’s All Our Relations (March, Scribe). In short fiction, Mark O'Flynn brings his wit to Dental Tourism (February, Puncher & Wattmann); Laura Elvery’s collection is inspired by the 20 times women have won Nobel Prizes for science (Ordinary Matter, second half 2020, UQP); Elizabeth Tan’s Smart Ovens for Lonely People is recommended for fans of Black Mirror (June, Brio); and Emma Ashmere takes on the world around us in Dreams They Forgot (April, Wakefield Press). ''Credit:The Age. Adelaide About Blog Clique Magazine is a … Storm and Grace novelist Kathryn Heyman details her remarkable story of being a deckhand on a trawler in the Timor Sea after experiencing poverty, violence and assault in Fury (July, A&U). Thank you to the many booksellers and librarians who have been such spirited advocates for my work for so many years. Biographer Darleen Bungey, the sister of writer Geraldine Brooks, turns the lens on herself with a memoir of their father, crooner Laurie Brooks in Daddy Cool (May, A&U). Yes, I wish to receive exclusive discounts, special offers and competitions from our partners. I think it matters. Books by Language. Other for crime buffs include: Stuart Turton's second novel set on the high seas Devil and the Dark Water (second half 2020, Raven); Stephanie Wrobel’s The Recovery of Rose Gold (March, Michael Joseph); Max Brooks’ Devolution (May, Century); Dugald Bruce-Lockhart’s The Lizard (April, Bloomsbury); Jessica Moor’s Keeper (April, Viking); and and Iain Ryan's The Spiral (June, Echo). Proudly supported by smart wfm . __________________________________So, what’s with all the crime thrillers coming out of Australia? Kate Grenville publishes A … In 2020, Jubelin was found guilty of illicitly recording conversations during the Tyrrell investigation. Top 200 books published in 2020 that people have added on Goodreads. A recent Australia Council study found that despite COVID-19 disrupting the publishing industry and pushing back big release dates, Aussies are reading 36% more amidst the pandemic. From their broad experience on the world stage in politics, economics and global not-for-profits, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Julia Gillard have some strong ideas about the impact of gender on the treatment of leaders. Former PM Julia Gillard explores gender bias in Women and Leadership (July, Vintage), written with Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Carly Findlay edits the anthology Growing up Disabled in Australia (Black Inc, June). Australian Book Review (ABR) is Australia's leading arts and literary review. More than a decade after her multimillion-selling debut, Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, Susanna Clarke returns with Piranesi (second half 2020, Bloomsbury). There are some well known Australian authors bringing us their new work in 2020. Clementine Ford explores love through her own experiences in How We Love (second half 2020, A&U), while publisher Donna Ward reflects on being a spinster in She I Dare Not Name (March, A&U). For the first eight months of 2020, adult fiction sales were up 12% in value compared to the same period in 2019, and children’s, YA and educational sales were up 7%, according to data from Nielsen BookScan. 25% Off Booktopia's Top 100 Bestsellers. Though she’s written more than 20 books for adults, Louise … 68th Australian Book Design Award Longlist Announcement. Other new releases include: Margaret Bearman (We Were Never Friends, March, Brio); Jon Doust (Return Ticket, March, Fremantle); Ceridwen Dovey (Life After Truth, Hamish Hamilton, November); Bem Le Hunte (Elephants with Headlights, March, Transit); and Kirsten Krauth (Almost a Mirror, March, Transit). It is a love letter to Australia and an ode to the art of looking up – a buoyant, beautiful and magical novel, abrim with warmth, wit and wonder. From the quiet anxiety of Jenny Offill and Otessa Moshfegh to laugh-out-loud collections from Samantha Irby and ELLE's own R. Eric Thomas, 2020's sole upside is an embarrassment of … Specialising in Australian books and Australian authors, Boomerang Books has all your book buying needs. By Keely Weiss. Lindy Edwards looks at big business (Corporate Power in Australia, February, Monash); Royce Kurmelovs at our debt (Just Money, second half 2020, UQP); Supreme court justice Michael Pembroke (August, Hardie Grant) looks to the US in Play by the Rules; Peter Cronau reveals Australia’s role in the War on Terror (The Base, June, ABC); and political journalist Samantha Maiden takes us inside the Australian Labor Party’s failed election campaign (March, Viking). Bron Bateman has a deeply feminist project in Of Memory and Furniture (February, Fremantle). In 2020, Jubelin was found guilty of illicitly recording conversations during the Tyrrell investigation. Publishers were clamouring after Sophie Hardcastle’s Below Deck (March, A&U). In November, we’re inviting Australians of all ages and from all walks of life to share and celebrate the joys of reading. Click here for terrific free resources created by the CBCA and our partners to help you make the most of your CBCA Book Week celebrations. Matthew Reilly’s new book comes out next month. View the Top 100 best sellers for each year, in Amazon Books, Kindle eBooks, Music, MP3 Songs and Video Games. Important dates. Big Sky Publishing. I’m so proud of this book. View Promotions. The Speech Pathology Australia Book of the Year Awards aim to promote quality Australian books that help children get the best, most literate start in life. During his 34-year career, former Detective Chief Inspector Jubelin also ran the crime scene following the Lindt Cafe siege, investigated the death of Caroline Byrne and recovered the body of Matthew Leveson. Discover Amazon’s Top 100 best-selling products in 2012, 2011, 2010 and beyond. Pups, vampires and a president: The bestselling books of 2020 It’s clear that Australian love reading across a broad range of children’s titles in all formats – paperback, hardcovers and board books. Former Booker Prize winner Tom Keneally reimagines the life of Plorn, the 10th child of Charles Dickens who was sent out to Australia, in The Dickens Boy (April, Vintage). Rich Bosses; The secret to Jeff Bezos' success. Signed copies, prizes, giveaways and Limited Editions! This is his story. Lionel Shriver won't pull punches in The Motion of the Body Through Space.Credit:Edwina Pickles. Also from UQP comes Ellen van Neerven’s second collection, Throat (May), and an anthology of First Nations poetry, Fire Front edited by Alison Whittaker (April, UQP). After her own hiatus from fiction, Kate Grenville returns to the historical landscape of The Secret River with A Room Made of Leaves (July, Text), a novel that follows Australian pastoralist and merchant Elizabeth Macarthur in a fledgling Sydney colony. Its the sixth in a series, so not really a jumping point. The Australian Booksellers Association data also reports that book sales are up 7% this year-to-date. Late in the night, 14-year-old Sam Watson steps onto a quiet overpass, climbs over the rail and looks down at the road far below. Author Alice Pung will publish her first adult novel, One Hundred Days.Credit: Other new voices include: Laura McPhee-Browne (Cherry Beach, February, Text); Catherine Noske (The Salt Madonna, first half 2020, Picador); Dani Powell (Return to Dust, UWA); Madeleine Ryan (A Room Called Earth, September, Scribe); Rebecca Starford (Hidden, July, A&U); Josephine Taylor (The Rook, November, Fremantle); and Jessie Tu (A Lonely Girl is a Dangerous Thing, July, A&U). Katerina Bryant looks at mental illness and how medical institutions treat women in Hysteria (May, NewSouth). 〰️ Huge thank you to the @harpercollinsaustralia team for gifting me this early review copy. But it may still be one of the best books Australia reads in 2020, if only for the sheer escapism! 9 Nov 2020. Here are your 2020 ABIA Book and Business Award Shortlistees. IBBY Australia is proud to announce the names of the Australian nominees for the Hans Christian Andersen Awards 2020: Ann James (for Illustration) and Libby Gleeson (for Writing). All in all, it was wonderful read and i’m certain that it will be loved by many. I’m happy to report that…it ???????? AO's funniest moments. As she runs away from bomb-ravaged Darwin into deep-country Northern Territory in 1942, she comes across Greta, a sassy actress from her hometown and Yukio, a fallen Japanese pilot. The Australian book you should read next: Tracker by Alexis Wright Read more It is true that none of the characters in Too Much Lip ever pick up a book, but they are not without culture – yet … Ann James, AM is one of Australia’s best loved and most respected picture book artists. From their broad experience on the world stage in politics, economics and global not-for-profits, Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala and Julia Gillard have some strong ideas about the impact of gender on the treatment of leaders. Literacy. But I grew up reading about things exploding thanks to the talented Mr Reilly, so thought I would mention it. It might feel like an ordinary Tuesday, but for novelists, publishers and bookworms, today is Super Tuesday 2020, the biggest and best day in Australian books in a decade. Giramondo has collections from Michael Farrell (Family Trees, March), Laurie Duggan (Homer Street, April) and J.S. The Awards aim to support, develop and recognise excellence in writing. Others to look out for include Melissa Davey’s book on Cardinal George Pell, A Fair Trial (second half 2020, Scribe);Stephanie Convery's account of the death of Sydney boxer Davey Browne (After the Count, Viking, March); GP Karen Hitchcock’s The Medicine: A Doctor’s Notes (February, Black Inc); Teacher author Gabbie Stroud’s Dear Parents (February, A&U); Robert Dessaix on ageing (Time of Our Lives, second half 2020, Brio); and Randa Abdel-Fattah’s Growing up in the Age of Terror (July, NewSouth). This year we’ve been overwhelmed by the enthusiastic response! Craig Silvey will publish his first new novel in a decade in 2020. Most Popular Books Published In 2020. I listened to ‘Australian Nature Sounds’ playlist on Spotify the whole time and felt like this really added to the experience so I’d suggest you do the same haha ???? Bernard Collaery, author of Oil Under Troubled Waters. 6 days The Books That Broke Through the Noise of 2020 – Lifehacker Australia The Motley Fool . Every year our staff vote for their favourite books and music of the past 12 months. Clementine Ford: ''I could have been good at yes. About Blog Founded in 2002, Boomerang Books is Australia's online independent bookstore, with a distinct focus on Australian books, Australian authors and Australian publishers. Latest news . Privacy Policy. Women and Leadership takes a consistent and comprehensive approach to teasing out what is different for women leaders. Indigenous fire practitioner Victor Steffensen looks at how Indigenous fire practices could help our country in Fire Country (March, Hardie Grant) while poet John Kinsella explores his relationship to the environment in Displaced (March, Transit). Since publishing her first book… Shuggie is the youngest of three children, and Agnes is his … AO 2021 - No Place For Impossible. ???????? The leader of the Hong Kong protests, Nobel Prize nominee Joshua Wong, tells his story in Unfree Speech (January, WH Allen) and long-term resident Antony Dapiran looks at the history of the protests and what they mean for the future in City on Fire (May, Scribe). Whether you join us in person or online, we look forward to saluting the best books of 2020 … Two novels offer intriguing examinations of human/non-human relationships: Erin Hortle's The Octopus and I (April, A&U) and Laura Jean McKay's The Animals in that Country (April, Scribe). Barty and Kyrgios lead stellar Melbourne Summer Series fields. Isabel Allende's A Long Petal of the Sea (Bloomsbury, January) is an epic about refugees who escape Spain’s civil war and embark on a boat voyage arranged by the poet Pablo Neruda. Pollies in need of more air time include Malcolm Turnbull (A Bigger Picture, April, Hardie Grant), Scott Ludlam (Full Circle, August, Black Inc.), Christopher Pyne (July, Hachette) and Derryn Hinch (Unfinished Business, April, MUP). Author Hilary Mantel will conclude her Thomas Cromwell trilogy in 2020. A summer of smoke and red-stained skies has brought the environment to the forefront of our daily lives, and human interaction with the natural world is dominating the pages of contemporary fiction and non-fiction. November 1-12, 2020. The ABDA committee are thrilled to present the Shortlist for the 68th Australian Book Design Awards 2020. This is also true of the relationship between a reader and a writer. Entries open: 29th July 2020. It’s a delightful, lyrical and deeply thought-provoking celebration of words, and the power of language to shape the world and our experience of it. Now you can get the top stories from Lifehacker delivered to your inbox. I put everything I have into writing it. Harry's posthumous New and Selected Poems (May, Giramondo). 68th Australian Book Design Award Shortlist Announcement! In 2020 we’ve been overwhelmed by the enthusiastic response! Bestsellers; Coming Soon; New Releases; Bargain Shop; English. Look out for Emily Clements' The Lotus Eaters (February, Hardie Grant); Bastian Fox Phelan (September, Giramondo); Eloise Grills' Big Beautiful Female Theory (August, Brow Books); and Ellena Savage’s Blueberries (March, Text). Twenty-one-year-old Olivia hears the world in colour, but her life … Crime writers to watch include Gabriel Bergmoser, who has signed a two-book deal and movie rights, starting with his debut The Hunter set on a deserted Australian highway, and Kyle Perry’s Tasmanian-based The Bluffs (July, Michael Joseph), described as "Scrublands meets Picnic at Hanging Rock". AOSS is part adventure in the bush, part family drama and, just like BSU, it’s sprinkled with many magical realism elements. With National Love Your Bookshop Day approaching this Sunday, October 3, here are 5 of the best Australian books of 2020 to nab before they fly off shelves in the lead-up to Christmas: Best Australian Books 2020 Honeybee … Puncher and Wattman’s list includes: Martin Langord's Eardrum (February); Ella Jeffery's debut Dead Bolt (April); Todd Turner’s The Thorn (June); Rebecca Edwards’ Plague Animals (July); and Louise Crisp’s Glide (November). Here is a selection of books we are looking forward to reading next year. Hong Kong protest leader Joshua Wong tells his story for the first time in Unfree Speech. Browse … Look out for a biography of New Zealand PM Jacinda Arden. Book reviews, brought to you by Australian Financial Review. Since publishing her first book, A Pet for Mrs Arbuckle (1981), by … Torres News editor Aaron Smith pulls no punches as he looks at the nation from its most northerly outpost, Thursday Island, in The Rock (November, Transit) and former ABC Middle-East Correspondent Sophie McNeill shares stories from war-ravaged corners of the earth in We Can’t Say We Didn’t Know (March, HarperCollins). A Couple of Things Before the End by Sean O'Beirne. Cassandra Pybus publishes her long-awaited work Truganini (March, A&U). In 2020, for the first time, we are offering a feast of resources for each of the CBCA Shortlisted titles, so you'll be able to dig deeper! #instagood #nofilter #instapic #instadaily #instamood #bookstagram #books #dymocks #booklovers #literature #readersofinstagram #readers #nonfiction #nonfictionreads #nonfictionbooks #icatchkillers, A post shared by Dymocks Waurn Ponds (@dymockswaurnponds) on Aug 23, 2020 at 2:44pm PDT. Ann James, AM is one of Australia’s best loved and most respected picture book artists. Here are our top 10 Australian fiction books of the year, voted for by Readings' staff, and displayed in no particular order. At the other end of the same bridge, an old man, Vic, smokes his last cigarette. According to The Guardian ’s … Booktopia - Buy Australian Authors Books books online from Australia's leading online bookstore. ⏰, A post shared by Trent Dalton Author (@trentdaltonauthor) on Sep 25, 2020 at 7:14pm PDT. A readers goldmine. Ellen van Neerven has a second poetry collection due. CBCA Book Week 2020 Theme: Curious Creatures, Wild Minds Dates: Term 4: October 17-23 #CBCA2020 CBCA Book Week Resources . View Books. A couple give polyamory a crack in Paul Dalgarno's Poly (August, Ventura) and Tobias McCorkell draws on his childhood growing up with his grandparents and troubled mother in Everything in its Right Place (July, Transit). Dalton’s 2018 debut, Boy Swallows Universe, inspired by his childhood in working-class Brisbane, broke Australian sales records and is being transformed for the silver screen. is a heartbreaking, life-affirming novel that throws us headlong into a world of petty thefts, extortion plots, botched bank robberies, daring dog rescues and one spectacular drag show. Eyes and expectations will also be on Craig Silvey as he publishes his first novel, working title Honeybee (second half 2020, Allen & Unwin), since Jasper Jones became an instant Australian classic a decade ago. 2020 CBCA Shortlist Resources. And thank you, most importantly, to the readers who do me the great honour of lending their time and imagination to my work. siteads.queue.push( {"site":"lifehacker","pagetype":"article","ad_type":"article","sec":"entertainment","amp":false,"ctype":"article","article":"the best australian books to grab before christmas 2020","article-tags":["authors","books","reading"],"native":["null"],"aggregate":["authors","books","reading"],"pageID":["null"],"sub-sec":"","cat":"entertainment","cat1":"","ad_location":"out-of-page-mobile","provider":"google-dfp","element_id":"ad-slot_out-of-page-mobile_section-index-1"} ); 'This will be an historic Australian Open' - Craig Tiley. A story about gifts that fall from the sky, curses we dig from the earth and the secrets we bury inside ourselves. if (typeof siteads.queue !== 'undefined') { Vote for your favourite Australian book of 2020! A story about gifts that fall from the sky, curses we dig from the earth and the secrets we bury inside ourselves, All Our Shimmering Skies is an odyssey of true love and grave danger, of darkness and light, of bones and blue skies. Internationally, keep your eye on: L. Annette Binder (The Vanishing Sky, Bloomsbury, June); Kiley Reid (Such A Fun Age, January, Bloomsbury); Kate Elizabeth Russell (My Dark Vanessa, April, Fourth Estate); Kawai Strong Washburn (Sharks in the Time of Saviours, March, Farrar Straus Giroux); An Yu (Braised Pork, February, Harvill Secker); and C Pam Zhang (How Much of These Hills is Gold, April, Hachette). There’s one name on the cover, but the truth is, it takes a community to build a book. Audiobook of the Year. Honeybee is a heartbreaking, life-affirming novel that throws us headlong into a world of petty thefts, extortion plots, botched bank robberies, daring dog rescues and one spectacular drag show. Late in the night, 14-year-old Sam Watson steps onto a quiet overpass, climbs over the rail and looks down at the road far below. The Best Books of 2020. In 2020, for the first time, we are offering a feast of resources for each of the CBCA … Dervla McTiernan will publish her third crime novel in 2020. Celebrate the joy of making books at The Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) on Wednesday 28 April 2021 at Carriageworks, in association with the Sydney Writers’ Festival. Haunting psychological thriller about two key cases for … Our favorite books of 2020 report on issues ranging from teenage sexuality to Big Tech, while also telling deeply human stories of identity, romance, and family. Jamie Marina Lau follows her success debut with Gunk Baby. To enter the 2020 Smart WFM Australian Business Book Awards, complete the online entry form, post your books, supply the required files and make your payment. Australia (/ɒˈstreɪliə/, /ə-/, colloquially /-jə/), officially known as the Commonwealth of Australia, is an Oceanian country comprising the mainland of the Australian continent, the island of Tasmania, and … Bernard Collaery, author of Oil Under Troubled Waters.Credit:AAP. Browse Amazon’s “Best Sellers of 2012 (So Far)” list to find the most popular products throughout the year based on sales, updated hourly. If you’re after something a little more hopeful, Julia Baird explores “the light within”, the internal happiness, that she calls Phosphorescence (April, Fourth Estate) and Utopia for Realists author Rutger Bregman looks at how altruism offers a new way to think in Human Kind (second half 2020, Oneworld). IBBY Australia is proud to announce the names of the Australian nominees for the Hans Christian Andersen Awards 2020: Ann James (for Illustration) and Libby Gleeson (for Writing). The three musketeers of Australian crime writing return: Jane Harper (second half 2020, Pan MacMillan), Chris Hammer (second half 2020, A&U) and Dervla McTiernan (The Good Turn, March, HarperCollins). Call Me Evie author J.P. Pomare captures the dark side of small town life In the Clearing (January, Hachette). In a difficult year for the book trade, sales rose by nearly 10 per cent and Australian authors proved to be the most popular. Set when the women’s suffrage movement was at its height and the Great War loomed. is an odyssey of true love and grave danger, of darkness and light, of bones and blue skies. I don’t want to give too much away as I know many of you have this pre-ordered and looking forward to reading it yourself (if you haven’t pre-ordered…this is your reminder to do it NOW!). 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