Monthly Archives: August 2016

The Quiet Spectacular by Laurence Fearnley – 2016

A character in The Quiet Spectacular declares that the literary establishment considers men to be the north on the compass and “…it’s only by sending the whole compass completely haywire that anyone other than Western men get a look-in.”  And … Continue reading

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Something is Rotten by Adam Sarafis – 2015

I loved this book from when one of the wheeler dealer characters arrives back from London and as he makes his way towards the Beehive muses how he is now “Smack in the centre of power”.  This New Zealand is … Continue reading

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