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- University of Queensland Press 2015; US$ 12.99
In The Ash Burner , a sensitive, poignant novel about growing up, running away, and the many guises of love, 12-year-old Ted lives with his father, the local magistrate, in the small coastal town of Lion?s Head. All Ted knows about his mother is that she died when he was a boy, and that his father?despite moving halfway across the world to start... more...
- University of Queensland Press 2015; US$ 7.99
A compelling verse novel about sibling rivalry, sporting excellence and self-doubt from a fresh new Australian voice. Everyone says you couldn?t get two brothers more different than Shaun and Toby. Toby struggles at school, has a stumbly, fumbly, bumbly body and thinks that Sports Day is the worst day of the year. No matter how hard he tries,... more...
- Little, Brown Books for Young Readers 2008; US$ 7.99
Lights. Camera. Slawter! Grubbs Grady and his half-brother Bill-E are thrilled to join their uncle Dervish as onset consultants for the newest movie by cult horror producer David A Hayms. Shot in a deserted town renamed Slawter, the demon-themed movie is to be Hayms's masterpiece. But as strange incidents disrupt the set, Grubbs begins to wonder whether... more...
- The Floating Press 1916; US$ 4.95
The Cherry Orchard was written by Chekhov as a comedy, but directed by Stanislavski as a tragedy on its premier. The play has maintained the dual nature of these intentions ever since. An aristocratic family return to their estate on the eve of auction. Though alternatives present themselves, the family is apathetic and their property is sold. The... more...
- Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 45.00
This collection of stories from Tim O'Brien paints an often-brutal portrait of soldiers' lives during the Vietnam War. More than two decades after its initial publication, this new classic of American fiction is being featured for the first time in the long-running Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations series. Complete with an introduction... more...
- University of Queensland Press 2012; US$ 12.99
Lexi and Al Hunter are twins with almost nothing in common aside from their parents and their birthday. At school Lexi hangs with her friends in the cool crowd, while Al hides in the library reading about history, battles, and faraway places. When the twins stumble upon an old dictionary, their world as they know it changes. They are blasted into history... more...
- University of Queensland Press 2013; US$ 8.99
Telepathy, technology, and 80 years of unbroken peace: for the younger generation, life on Deucalion is utopian but maybe just a little bit too predictable. But now, a thousand years after the settlement of the planet?and centuries after all contact was lost with Earth?an expedition, using a new and untried technology, is setting out into the unknown... more...