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Theresa Smith
Writer, avid reader, keen reviewer, tea connoisseur, modern history enthusiast. Historical Fiction Editor for Australian Women Writers Challenge.
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Lauren Chater 8h
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Theresa Smith 8h
Replying to @WellReadCookie
It was! Very atmospheric!
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Allen & Unwin 10h
"The child narration hits a perfect note and balances the horror and evil that is present within the story. I’m still thinking about this novel and expect to be for some time.” on
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Allen & Unwin 10h
“Swiss Family Robinson meets The Island of Doctor Moreau in this exceptional novel of historical fiction set in 1879 on a remote Oceanic volcanic island… I loved this novel, so completely, it was gripping & absorbing and thrilled me all the way through."
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Theresa Smith Jun 20
👏 It was a pleasure to get lost on Monday Island for the weekend! I loved it and want to make sure I convince others to read it too! That line about the whales...so beautiful!
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Theresa Smith Jun 20
Replying to @LydiaSyson
Thank you Lydia, that's so kind of you to say. I loved Mr Peacock's Possessions and want to convince everyone to read it!
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Lydia Syson Jun 20
One of the loveliest reviews I've ever read. . .(and many apologies for something of a stream of self-regarding tweets this last month. They will soon die down, I promise. . .)
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Allen & Unwin Jun 19
"The writing within was often beautiful, vivid in its imagery, quiet and present, almost veering across the line into literary fiction while still remaining dressed as popular fiction."
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Theresa Smith Jun 19
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Allen & Unwin Jun 19
"Belinda Castles has given us a novel that demonstrates perfect pacing and the art of knowing when less is more. The beauty of her narration secures her place as one of my favourite Australian authors."
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Theresa Smith Jun 19
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Theresa Smith Jun 19
New Release Book Review: Mr Peacock’s Possessions by Lydia Syson
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Theresa Smith Jun 18
The latest Children's Round-up for June 2018 with thanks to via
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AusRomToday Jun 17
's "(it) subtly announces itself as a novel that defines and defies. From the exquisite detailing embossed on its cover through to the delicately woven story within. The Peacock…
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Theresa Smith Jun 18
Congratulations!
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Allen & Unwin Jun 18
“so uniquely Irish… is utterly brilliant… It was a beautiful reading experience from beginning to end.”
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Allen & Unwin Jun 17
is utterly brilliant… It was a beautiful reading experience from beginning to end.”
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Theresa Smith Jun 17
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Theresa Smith Jun 17
New Release Book Review: The Kookaburra Creek Cafe by Sandie Docker
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Theresa Smith Jun 16
I can understand why!!
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