Aussie author wins Man Booker!

Australian author Richard Flanagan has won the Man Booker Prize for 2014!


The Narrow Road to the Deep North is described by the judges as “a magnificent novel of love and war”.

More about the book here >>>

A novel so compelling that it begs to be read in a single setting – Man Booker winner – “The Sense of an Ending”

Man-Booker winner – The Finkler Question – full of wit, warmth, intelligence, human feeling and understanding


The Finkler Question                            

Winner 2010 Man Booker Prize

~ Howard Jacobson

Full of wit, warmth, intelligence, human feeling and understanding. It is also beautifully written … Indeed, there’s so much that is first rate in the manner of Jacobson’s delivery that I could write all day on his deployment of language without once mentioning what the book is about.”—Edward Docx, Observer (UK)
It takes in the mysteries of male friendship, the relentlessness of grief and the lure of emotional parasitism.”—Alex Clark, Guardian (UK)
“The Finkler Question is characterized by [Jacobson’s] structuring skill and unsimplifying intelligence—this time picking through the connections and differences, hardly unremarked but given fresh treatment here, between vicariousness and parasitism, and between Jewishness, Judaism and Zionism.”—Leo Robson, New Statesman

This week’s award winner

The Gathering won the Man Booker Prize winner for 2007
~ Anne Enright

The Gathering is a family epic. It is also a sexual history: tracing the line of hurt and redemption through three generations – starting with the grandmother, Ada Merriman – showing how memories warp and family secrets fester. This is a novel about love and disappointment, about thwarted lust and limitless desire, and how our fate is written in the body, not in the stars.