Our top 10 bestsellers of the week

  1. The Labyrinth by Amanda Lohrey

  2. The Brilliant Boy by Gideon Haigh

  3. So You Think You Know What’s Good For You? by Dr Norman Swan

  4. Nordic Edge edited by Andrew Scott and Rod Campbell

  5. After Story by Larissa Behrendt

  6. Power Play by Julia Banks

  7. I Alone Can Fix It by Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker

  8. Late Bloomer by Clem Bastow

  9. Women in the Picture by Catherine McCormack

  10. Vaxxers by Sarah Gilbert and Catherine Green

Our best-seller from the past week is the newly announced winner of the 2021 Miles Franklin Literary Award, The Labyrinth. This novel is a ‘hypnotic story of guilt and denial, of the fraught relationship between parents and children’. You can read our review of this award-winning work, here.

Other books making an appearance on our bestseller list this week include a fierce analysis of how women have been, and continue to be portrayed in art, an exploration of successful Nordic policy and how it may be adapted to help overcome Australia’s own problems, and the behind-the-scenes story of Trump’s final year in office.

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The Labyrinth

The Labyrinth

Amanda Lohrey

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