Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen

Giselle Au-Nhien Nguyen works as a bookseller at Readings Doncaster.

Reviews

The Coconut Children by Vivian Pham

‘The coconut children on the trees need to drop into the water. That way the ocean can carry them to another island, where they can grow.’

Cabramatta, 1998. Vincent Tran has returned after two year…

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I Am Easy to Find by The National

For the first time in their storied career, The National is bringing new voices into the fold. This, their eighth album, marries singer Matt Berninger’s distinctive baritone with collaborators includ…

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This (Is What I Wanted to Tell You) by Lambchop

Lambchop frontman Kurt Wagner is a master of reinvention. From his beginnings over three decades ago as an alt-country musician, the Nashville native has swirled through a litany of phases, landing n…

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Louis and Louise by Julie Cohen

Lou Alder is one person, but exists in two separate realities: one in which he is Louis, and one in which she is Louise. The prolific Julie Cohen’s latest book is a Sliding Doors-esque tale, explorin…

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No Country Woman by Zoya Patel

Zoya Patel was born in Fiji to Indian parents, and came to Australia at three years old. In her thoughtful debut essay collection, she grapples with the idea of identity, and the often confusing expe…

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