Word of Mouth TV's Kate Forsyth offers three inspiring book reviews to keep the lockdown demons at bay.
There's a choice of The Last Days of the Romanov Dancers by Kerry Turner, Fury by Kathryn Heyman and Only Happiness Here - In Search of Elizabeth von Arnim by Gabrielle Carey.
We hope all our followers are faring well during Covid-19 and that perhaps books are proving a great comfort to those in isolation. Kate reviews Miriam Sved's latest novel, A Universe of Sufficient Size. Kate reads many books but felt this one really deserved a review. It follows the fortunes of five mathematicians as the Holocaust presses in.
Join us for this fun and fab night with one of Australia's most talented and interesting literary couples, Debra Oswald and Richard Glover, as they share the backstories of their fantastic books: The Whole Bright Year and The Land Before Avocado. Both books were set in the 1970s and it was an absolute blast from the past as we ventured back into one of the most fun and fascinating eras in Australia's recent history. This season finale is a classic and very funny!! It was just a fantastic way to end the first season of Word of Mouth TV.
So excited! Fantasy master Raymond Feist generously shares his thoughts about food and books with Word of Mouth TV. He has just embarked on his first novel outside of the Riftwar Cycle in 30 years: King of Ashes.