Our top 10 bestsellers of the week

  1. Adrift in Melbourne by Robyn Annear

  2. Devotion by Hannah Kent

  3. Welcome to Country 2nd edition by Marcia Langton

  4. Old Vintage Melbourne by Chris Macheras

  5. Love Stories by Trent Dalton

  6. The Promise by Damon Galgut

  7. Quarterly Essay 84: The Reckoning by Jess Hill

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

  9. Lincoln Highway by Amor Towles

  10. Apples Never Fall by Liane Moriarty

Our best-seller from the past week is Robyn Annear’s, Adrift in Melbourne which contains a series of walks that showcase the hidden histories we might scurry past every day, the buildings now gone and the extraordinary characters who inhabited them. Our reviewer, Chris Gordon says of the work, ‘this fantastic book gifts you the gossip held in our streets. Before you know it, you’ll be completely enchanted again by our city. And it’s all because you became friends with Robyn Annear. Lucky you.’ Read her full review here.

Other books making an appearance on our bestseller list this week include the historical queer romance novel from Hannah Kent, that has jumped to number two this week, a fully revised & expanded travel guide to Indigenous Australia, and an enchanting collection of annotated historical images and contemporary photographs of historical Melbourne.

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Adrift in Melbourne

Adrift in Melbourne

Robyn Annear

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