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Booker Prize Judge Rick Gekoski says, "From the beginning, I was clear about my criteria. I was looking for a book that would repay sustained attention, that was worth reading for the quality of the prose itself, that took tenacious hold of one's imagination. I was...

Tonight I received a phone call from my Nanna. My Nanna is eighty-four: a tiny, silver haired woman from Manchester who, after living in Australia for fifty years, still has a strong accent. She and my Pop, who is eighty-seven, live out in Hurstville in Sydney,...