ANZLL Archives 2007

To view the schedules from previous years, and our ratings, click the links.

Please note that the rating may refer in part to the quality of the discussion rather than the merits or otherwise of the book.

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The Mystery of the Hansom Cab by Fergus Hume Rating7.0 mystery_hansom_cab
Miles Franklin Winner 2006The Ballad of Desmond Kale by Roger McDonald Rating9.0  Ballad of Desmond Kale
Australian FictionEveryman’s Rules for Scientific Living, by Carrie Tiffany Rating7.0 Everyman's Rules
Australian FictionThe Garden Book by Brian Castro Rating6.0  gardenbook
Australian FictionSummer at Mt Hope by Rosalie Ham Rating8.0  Summer at Mt Hope
Commonwealth Writers Prize nominationSmall Island by Andrea Levy Rating9.0 Small Island
The Transit of Venus by Shirley Hazzard Rating8.0  transitvenus
Australian non-fictionMermaids Are Singing/Peel Me A Lotus by Charmian Clift Rating8.5  mermaidssinging
Vogel Nomination          (any year)Listening For Small Sounds by Penelope Trevor Rating7.5  ListeningSmallSounds
New Zealand FictionThe Captive Wife by Fiona Kidman Rating7.5 Captive Wife
International Award WinnerOld Filth by Jane Gardam Rating8.5  Old Filth
International FictionTalk Talk by T.C. Boyle Rating7.5  talktalk
Australian FictionThe Book Thief by Markus Zusak Rating8.0  bookthief
Australian FictionRendezvous at Kamakura Inn by Marshall Browne Rating6.0  rendezvous
Summer Holiday Classic Choice:A Fortunate Life by A. B. Facey Rating 7.0  a fortunatelife


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