Posted by: Lisa Hill | August 22, 2020

Book Giveaway winner: The Labyrinth, by Amanda Lohrey

It’s time to draw the winner of the giveaway for Amanda Lohrey’s new novel The Labyrinth.

There were 16 entries:

  1. Karenlee Thompson
  2. Fay Kennedy
  3. Travellin’ Penguin (Pam)
  4. Jenny (Jeniwren)
  5. RobinandIan
  6. Robyn Cadwallader
  7. Thoughts Become Words
  8. Jennifer (Tasmanian Bibliophile at Large)
  9. Kimbofo (Reading Matters blog)
  10. Jess White
  11. Meg (Margaret Broughton)
  12. Rose Reads Novels
  13. Michelle J
  14. Elaine Lewis
  15. Sarah Ellwood
  16. Cristina Ferreiro

So, off we go to a random number generator…

*drum roll*

And lo! Number 9 is the winner! That’s you, Kim, and it’s a fitting thankyou for all the years I’ve enjoyed your blog:)

You’ll need to email me your postal address please…

If you missed out, this is the blurb, to entice you to get a copy.

Erica Marsden’s son, an artist, has been imprisoned for a monstrous act of revenge. Trapped in her grief, Erica retreats from Sydney to a sleepy hamlet on the south coast, near where Daniel is serving his sentence.

There, in a rundown shack by the ocean, she obsesses over building a labyrinth. To create it—to navigate the path through her quandary—Erica will need the help of strangers. And that will require her to trust, and to reckon with her past.

The Labyrinth is a story of guilt and denial, of the fraught relationship between parents and children. It is also an examination of how art can be ruthlessly destructive, and restorative. Mesmerising yet disquieting, it shows Amanda Lohrey to be at the peak of her powers

Author: Amanda Lohrey
Title: The Labyrinth
Publisher: Text
ISBN: 9781922330109


Responses

  1. I hope she enjoys it. Love seeing people win things🤠🐧🐧

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  2. Thanks for the draw, Lisa. I agree, it’s fitting for Kim to win the novel. Enjoy it, Kim!

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    • The trouble is, amongst the names I know, there’s a whole lot of deserving entries.
      Thank goodness for random number generators which absolve me from making the decision.

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  3. Oh Lisa, I’m chuffed! Thanks so much. I will look forward to reading this very much now that September is just around the corner and my #20booksofsummer challenge (which I have failed miserably) is almost over — this means I can get back to read new books again and not ones that have been languishing in my TBR for years.

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  4. LOL I’ve never signed up to #20 Books of Summer…
    I’ll post the book tomorrow:)

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  5. Congrats Kim, Labyrinth, also received a good review in The Australian yesterday.

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    • I saw that too. I’ve cut it out to read it after I’ve read the book…

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