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FICTION & LITERATURE SALON

Fiction Books, Novels, Historical Sagas, Literature...

Abbey's Bookshop at 131 York Street Sydney is an Aladdin's cave for readers. Whatever your tastes - classic tales, historical fiction, epic sagas, romance, erotic, adventure, experimental, short stories, urban fiction, rural fiction, Australian stories, award winners, bestsellers - you will find them all here.

And if you ever need more assistance in picking your next reading adventure, email info@abbeys.com.au or phone 02 9264 3111 or ask our booksellers in the shop!

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TOM LAKE

ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- It's the summer of 2020, and Lara and her three adult daughters, who have returned home during the pandemic, are picking cherries on the family farm in Michigan. To pass the time, the girls beg Lara to tell a story they have always known – that when she was younger, she was an actress and for one season worked in a summer theatre with a man who went on to become a very famous actor. Each of the girls have a romantic and differing vision of this time, but as Lara retells the old story, she corrects their assumptions – but is she telling the whole story even now?

This is a beautiful novel about love and family, of how children never see their parents as anything else but parents, and certainly not as people with complicated pasts and desires. It is warm and wise and wholly engrossing, and because it's Patchett, full of gorgeous imagery and quietly impressive turns of phrase and characters you believe in. Every new Patchett book that comes out, I think is better than the last, but this one – this is her best. Lindy

PROPHET SONG

In Paul Lynch's Booker Prize winning novel Ireland is falling apart. The country is in the grip of a government turning towards tyranny and Eilish Stack can only watch helplessly as the world she knew disappears. When first her husband and then her eldest son vanish, Eilish finds herself caught within the nightmare logic of a collapsing society. How far will she go to save her family? And what – or who – is she willing to leave behind?

TO SING OF WAR

ABBEY'S BOOKSELLER PICK ----- Taking place over the course of the last year of WWII, this follows the fates of different people: Lotte, a nurse stationed in Aitape, New Guinea; Virgil, her first love, fighting in the jungles of New Guinea; Hiroko who runs the family ryokan on the sacred island of Miyajima and worries about her husband fighting for the Emperor 'somewhere hot'; and various scientists developing the 'gadget' at Los Alamos, including Robert Oppenheimer, his disaffected wife Kitty, and a young woman physicist, Mim Carver. Although it sounds like a lot of viewpoints in different places, McKinnon braids the stories together with a deft touch and distinctive voices, so it is easy to follow the strands. Each person is doing what is necessary to survive this episode of history, each has to put aside scruples or ingrained expectations, each yearns for something more...

A rich and moving novel about people caught up in something so much larger than them, but who are determined to keep something fine and true amongst the uncertainty and chaos, and to make connections that will sustain. Lindy

WHY DO HORSES RUN?

Cameron Stewart's Why Do Horses Run? depicts the darkest aspects of life with frankness, humour and lyrical brilliance.

Missing in every sense of the word, a man walks into the landscape and doesn't stop. For three years he doesn't know why he keeps going, or whether he is walking towards something or away from it, until he comes to a remote tropical valley harbouring secrets and misfits. There a recently widowed woman, Hilda, allows Ingvar to live in a shed on her property. He hasn't spoken for three years and Hilda chats frequently with her dead husband, but somehow they tolerate each other as they both struggle with the haunting impact of their pasts and grief that won't let them go.

THE LOST LETTERS OF ROSE CAREY

Julie Bennett brings us a stirring tale of mystery and romance, inspired by the life of 1920s Australian film icon and ‘million-dollar mermaid’ Annette Kellerman.

BLUE MOUNTAINS, 2024: Working on a documentary at the historic Carrington Hotel, videographer Emma Quinn discovers a box of handwritten letters belonging to Rose Carey, water dancer and golden girl of the silent film era.

SYDNEY, 1923: Rose Carey has faced enough scandal to last a lifetime. After an accident and near-death experience, the threat of bankruptcy, and rumours of her romantic entanglements, Rose decides to take matters into her own hands and propose to her business manager, Walter ...

ALL THE BEAUTIFUL THINGS YOU LOVE

Jonathan Seidler offers a story of love and loss, 'soundtracked' with a playlist.

Elly and Enzo love each other. Elly and Enzo are breaking up. Now, everything must go.

When Enzo suddenly walks out on Elly after ten years together, she finds herself marooned in an expensive East London flat, surrounded by all their belongings. She is shell-shocked. Inconsolable. She can't bear to look at the objects that she and Enzo collected together. Now she's listing it all on Marketplace: the table they found in Italy. The bike he bought for her birthday. Elly thinks that selling these items to total strangers will help her move on from Enzo and heal. But she's about to get a lot more than she bargained for.

THE ENGRAVER'S SECRET

Lisa Medved presents mystery in the art world.

Spanish Netherlands, 1620s: raised by her father Lucas to know her mind, Antonia Vorsterman sees everything that goes on in her world – all the rivalries and jealousies that course through the artists' studios and workshops of Antwerp.

Belgium, present day: haunted by the recent loss of her mother, art historian Charlotte Hubert moves to Antwerp to research her hero, the Baroque master Rubens, and to seek answers about the father she's never met.

Centuries apart, Charlotte's and Antonia's lives intertwine ...

THE STORY THIEF

Kyra Geddes deftly weaves literature, history and the possibility of truth to give the Drover's Wife a name.

Her family's story made Henry Lawson famous. But was it his story to tell? Fact and fiction meld into one in this stirring family saga set against shifting landscapes and pivotal moments in Australian history.

THE PLAYERS

Deborah Pike takes us on an emotional journey through the lives of a group of university students as they fall in and out of friendship and love.

In this dramatic coming-of-age story, bonds formed during an intense summer of rehearsals will be tested across decades.

THE BEAUTIES

Lauren Chater takes us into the world of the 17th century restoration court of King Charles II. It is a world in which women, as a necessity, must use their beauty to advance their cause.

The Beauties is a seductive story of rivalry, artistic passion and a woman bold enough to wield her beauty as a weapon.

THE GLASS HOUSE

Anne Buist and Graeme Simsion have created an enlightening story revolving around psychiatry registrar, Doctor Hannah Wright, a country girl with a chaotic history, who thought she had seen it all in the emergency room. But that was nothing compared to the psychiatric ward at Menzies Hospital. Hannah must learn on the job in a strained medical system, as she and her fellow trainees deal with the common and the bizarre, the hilarious and the tragic, the treatable and the confronting.

THE WILD DATE PALM

Diane Armstrong creates a gripping novel based on a true story of espionage, passion and sacrifice set in the Middle East during World War I.

During a train journey across Turkey's Anatolian Plain in 1915, Shoshana Adelstein witnesses the slaughter of the Armenians and knows she has just come face to face with her destiny ...

THE PYRAMID OF NEEDS

Ernest Price brings a tale for the age: this one has all the elements … a wellness guru family matriarch, a pyramid scheme in play, a transgender son estranged from the family and a major family crisis ...

THUNDERHEAD

Miranda Darling's Thunderhead tells of the 'inner life' of Winona Dalloway. When the young mother begins her day – in the peaceful early hours before her children, that 'tiny tornado of little hands and feet', wake up – she doesn't know that by the end of it, everything in her world will have changed

On the outside, Winona is seemingly unremarkable – unobtrusive, quietly going about her tasks. But within is a vivid, chaotic self, teeming with voices – a mind both wild and precise.

And meanwhile, a storm is brewing ...



FIRST NATIONS CLASSICS SERIES

UQP - winners of the ABIA 2023 Small Publisher of the Year award for the third year running - have released their First Nations Classics series.

The first instalment features eight award-winning titles by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander writers dating back to 1988. They feature new introductions from contemporary writers and the series covers a range of genres including memoirs, novels, short stories and poetry.

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HISTORICAL FICTION SHOWCASE

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