Monthly Archives: September 2015

The Fixer by John Daniell – 2015

I almost bailed on John Daniell’s The Fixer – the misogynist world of professional male rugby not being very attractive.  But I stuck with it – Daniell was a player in the French premier league so presumably the sexist repartee … Continue reading

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The Antipodeans by Greg Magee – 2015

There is much about The Antipodeans that I liked – the intricacies of the politics and loyalties in occupied Italy during World War 2 – and the very human experiences of young New Zealanders who find themselves enmeshed in them.  … Continue reading

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