I make a point of never looking up details of overseas-published novels just in case they've received literary awards, but my guess is that & Sons will win something big, a Pulitzer maybe?
shadow of Norman Kirk still looms large on New Zealand's
Australian Craig Sherborne's second novel pivots
around a family of itinerants, or ''trants'', who roam the
outskirts of Melbourne, trying to survive.
Watney is not dead but by rights he ought to - and might as
well - be.
Rather like US wildlife photographer Ansel Adams, as
a child, author Paul Rosolie failed totally in conventional
education, but has gone on to do great things.
Silver is at home after school, shooting a stop-motion film
on his old video camera.
Naveed is part of an educational series of
fictional stories about children's experiences of real wars.
is 13, lives in London and wants to be a rock star. He has
made a start, forming a band with three of his mates but the
drummer is rubbish.
Viola lives on a sheep farm in the Canterbury
foothills with her farmer dad and classical musician mum.
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