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So much fun! Like having besties round for dinner.

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Reviewed: 28-10-2020

This was such a treat! Intimate & fun like a visit with old friends.

Absolutely gripping!

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Reviewed: 04-08-2020

Completely captivating and wonderfully lyrical. I have listened as though entranced, unable to stop for hours on end.

Captivating- A Must Read for All

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Reviewed: 01-12-2018

Johann Hari has written nothing short of a masterpiece. This book will cut through and expose any belief you may have about depression and anxiety being a chemical imbalance in your brain. It is so much more.

Powerfully Influential

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Reviewed: 10-10-2018

With a strong mix of humour, ground-breaking research and intriguing facts, this book has the power to change lives and improve the health of a whole generation.

Alluringly simple, tragic and hopeful

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Reviewed: 02-07-2018

Alluringly simple, tragic and hopeful. Emotive yet detached. Vivian's story has no bells and whistles, but it is enough.

Swept away by another Hannah Kent Masterpiece

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Reviewed: 18-05-2017

A fascinating yet tragic story of superstition, poverty, faeries, herbs, and old Irish gossip. Brilliant narration!

Ab Icelandic horror story retold with elegance

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Reviewed: 17-03-2017

Kent's version of Agnes's story is told with warmth in contrast to the icy landscape.

An extraordinary story by a very gifted writer.

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Reviewed: 03-04-2016

Ruth Clare has managed to capture her childhood with High Definition crystal clear vision, before HD was even a thing. I could smell the bread in her father's bakery, feel the oven heat of Rockhampton, see the painfully slow telephone dial in an emergency, taste the salty air on a deserted island, feel the greasy scalp of a bank manager, see the love for her mum, feel each painful blow from her father, and experience the anger, empathy and truth in every carefully recalled experience of Ruth's life story. This is a truly courageous and inspiring Australian story. Kari O'Gorman- Melaleuca Blue Life Writing.