Our top 10 bestsellers of the week

  1. Animal by Lisa Taddeo

  2. Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray by Anita Heiss

  3. Farmers or Hunter-gatherers?: The Dark Emu Debate by Peter Sutton & Keryn Walshe

  4. One Hundred Days by Alice Pung

  5. How to Do the Work by Nicole LePera

  6. Who Gets to Be Smart by Bri Lee

  7. Hamnet by Maggie O'Farrell

  8. At Night All Blood Is Black by David Diop

  9. She’s On the Money by Victoria Devine

  10. Klara and the Sun by Kazuo Ishiguro

Animal by Lisa Taddeo continues to hold steadfast at the top of our best sellers for another week running. Our reviewer said of the novel, ‘I found myself unable to resist its flow. There are so many brilliant one-liners in this book; Taddeo is particularly skilled in distilling a whole gamut of historical iniquities against women into one pithy sentence. Animal is full of emotion and you’ll find it infuriating, disgusting, outrageous, depressing and triumphant.’ Animal is the natural evolution of themes explored in Taddeo’s debut work of non-fiction the acclaimed, Three Women and it seems she does them justice once again.

Other books making an appearance on our bestseller list this week include the timely work of non-fiction How to Do the Work, which encourages and empowers readers to improve their lives through investigating their behavioural patterns in a meaningful and productive way; Bila Yarrudhanggalangdhuray, an epic tale of love lost and love found from one of Australia’s best writers; and the recently back in stock winner of the 2021 International Booker Prize, At Night All Blood is Black.

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