This is my favourite Liane Moriarty book. She is an expert at the nitty gritty of personal relationships.
Seconds is one of the best graphic novels that delivers a witty story while your eyes are delighted by the fantastic illustrations.
Based on an amazing book, the movie adaption is just as wonderful! Follow Sam as she learns about compassion, maturity and kindness.
My Life As A Hashtag explores the digital age for teenagers, and where lives are documented on Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and it's not always something they want to remain online…
James captures the joy and complexity of relationships - mother to child, husband and wife, female friendships and in-laws.
Female friendship is at the heart of this very enjoyable story about the collision of two creatives at college in New York.
Soppy showcases all the beautiful small moments in a relationship that are pure joy and hilarity along with an adorable comic drawing style.
A beautifully written modern tale about marriage, friendship, grief, being different from each other with a thick dose of black humour.
Determined strong females shine in a story set in 1950s Papua New Guinea exploring mother/daughter, marital and family relationships.
This is a great family drama based in England. In 2013 it won the British Academy Television Award for BEST DRAMA SERIES.
This is the second in the Porter Sisters trilogy - although it works as a stand alone. Emma thinks she is on track for a new job and finally feeling…
This was such a beautiful movie that crosses generational boundaries. Great for young and old alike
Simon is sixteen, in high school and gay. He has an email friendship with another guy in his high school that is gay as well, but they have no idea…
Absolutely loved this one. Forgetting a decade of your life would be so scary! Alice is a true champion. Give this one a go
Set in the beautiful Sunshine Coast hinterland and Noosa coastline, this is a tale of family secrets and turmoil. Will a reunion contain a bitter sting?
Fiction books dealing with difficult topics in families and society. Thought provoking and sometimes controversial but still enjoyable.
I enjoyed this book a lot better than the first one. I was moved by the experiences Louisa has, and still have no idea how she gets herself into all…
Covers most of the hardships of adult life and still manages to be so uplifting. Have a little faith, everything will work out in the end. Another fantastic Matthew Quick…
Another beautiful novel from Roisin Meaney. Family dynamics are already in upheaval when a newcomer arrives. Will she cause more problems or provide the healing they all need?
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