Spring 2014 Giveaway Bundle #1
This draw is now over. Congratulations to the winner, Margot Korbell.
Christos Tsiolkas Barracuda
The new novel from the multi-award-winning author of The Slap. Class, ethnicity, elite sports, private schools, and rage.
Our reviewer said: ‘Barracuda doesn’t miss a beat.‘
Courtesy of Allen & Unwin
Yuka Igarashi (Ed) Granta 127: Japan
Contributors include: Toh Enjoe, Kimiko Hahn, Tomoyuki Hoshino, Pico Iyer, Adam Johnson, Hiromi Kawakami, Tao Lin, David Mitchell, Yukiko Motoya, Sayaka Murata, Kyoko Nakajima, Toshiki Okada, Hiroko Oyamada, Ruth Ozeki, David Peace, Andres Felipe Solano, Rebecca Solnit. Plus photography by Yuji Hamada, Yumiko Utsu and Daisuke Yokota.
Courtesy of Granta
Michael Kimball Big Ray
Big Ray’s obesity and his mean temper define him, at least to his family. When Big Ray dies, his son Daniel puts his feelings aside, for a while. Years later, Daniel attempts to reckon with the enduring, outsized memory of his father. ‘An uncompromising work of power and grace. I finished reading it a week ago, but I still can’t put it down.’ – John McGregor
Courtesy of Bloomsbury Circus
Jennifer Egan The Invisible Circus
From the author of A Visit From the Goon Squad, The Invisible Circus is Pulitzer-winner Jennifer Egan’s first novel. Set in 1978, the political drama and tensions of the 1960s form a backdrop for the world of 18-year-old Phoebe O’Connor, obsessed with the memory of her sister Faith. ‘Punches home like a blow to the stomach.’ Elle
Courtesy of Constable & Robinson
Remember, to enter, email your name and address to email@example.com with ‘Spring Giveaway 1’ in the subject line by no later than 6pm Thursday Sep 11 2014, Australian Eastern Standard Time. Please note we cannot afford to post giveaway bundles overseas, so entries are restricted to Australian residents only.