Our top 10 bestsellers of the week

  1. How to End a Story: Diaries 1995-1998 by Helen Garner

  2. Devotion by Hannah Kent

  3. QAnon and On by Van Badham

  4. Game by Sean Kelly

  5. Seven and a Half by Christos Tsiolkas

  6. Love Stories by Trent Dalton

  7. Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty

  8. Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

  9. Silverview by John le Carre

  10. Ottolenghi Test Kitchen: Shelf Love by Yotam Ottolenghi & Noor Murad

Our best-seller from the past week is the third volume of Helen Garner’s diaries, How to End a Story. Our reviewer Tye Cattanach describes reading ‘a devastating yet enlightening look into the private thoughts and feelings of an incredible woman.’ You can read Tye’s full review here.

Other books making an appearance on our bestseller list this week include a new release exploring the history and current impacts of internet conspiracy cults, an incisive look into the personal motivations as well as political moment that led to Australian’s current prime minister, and the historical queer romance novel from Hannah Kent, which seems to fly from the shelf as soon as it’s restocked.

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How to End a Story: Diaries 1995-1998

How to End a Story: Diaries 1995-1998

Helen Garner

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