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Days Are Like Grass by Sue Younger

Brand: Eunoia Literature

Product Code: 9780994104762

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 A beautiful summer. An ugly past that won’t stay buried.

Paediatric surgeon Claire Bowerman has reluctantly returned to Auckland from London. Calm, rational and in control, she loves delicately repairing her small patients’ wounds. Tragically, wounds sometimes made by the children’s own families.
Yossi wants to marry Claire. He thinks they’ve come to the safest place on earth, worlds away from the violence he knew growing up. He revels in the glorious summer, the idyllic islands of the Hauraki Gulf. But Roimata, Claire’s fifteen-year-old daughter, is full of questions. Why is Claire so secretive about her past? Why won’t she talk to the man who could solve the mystery that dominated her childhood? All Claire wants to do is run.

This is a novel about a woman caught between the past and the present. And about her need to keep everybody safe. Especially herself.

SOFTCOVER: 240 pages


 A beautiful summer. An ugly past that won’t stay buried.Paediatric surgeon Claire Bowerman has..
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Red Dust Over Shanghai by Tyl von Randow

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Product Code: 9780994104779

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Imagine the flipside of Empire of the Sun.

A German boy grows up in Shanghai’s International Settlement in the shadow of World War II. He is the son of a diplomat and lives a sheltered, privileged life.
But his world is changing. It is the time of the Japanese occupation, Chennault’s Flying Tigers, the atom bomb, the Japanese surrender and Mao’s Red Army gathering in the hills.

The family flees Red China and in 1952 finds a new home in New Zealand. The boy is fourteen. Sixty years later he dusts off his memories and writes them down. This memoir tells of the personal loss and change that those crossfire times bring to the boy’s family. It also tells of the love and courage that help him through.


Imagine the flipside of Empire of the Sun.A German boy grows up in Shanghai’s International Settleme..
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Rich Man Road by Ann Glamuzina

Brand: Eunoia Literature

Product Code: 9780994104731

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Rich Man Road is the story of two women immigrants to New Zealand and their interconnecting stories.


Olga - In 1944, twelve-year-old Olga allows an untrue rumour to circulate in her Dalmatian village. That misunderstanding reverberates through the final stages of World War II, the refugee camps of Egypt and finally, a new life in New Zealand.

Pualele - Nine-year-old Pualele arrives in New Zealand in 1978 as part of an illegal family adoption. Life is confusing and frightening as police conduct dawn raids searching for Pacific Islanders who have overstayed their visas. When she is finally called back to Samoa as an adult, she must decide who she is and where she belongs.


Rich Man Road is the story of two women immigrants to New Zealand and their interconnecting stories...
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Sleep Sister by Karen Breen

Brand: Eunoia Literature

Product Code: 978099410472

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When the past won't leave you alone...

On the last day of 1979, sisters Gilly and Marina and their little brother Davy are running wild with all the other children at a remote campsite on a beautiful Northland beach. While the adults party, the children’s games grow more reckless.
Over the next seven years, the Duggan family tries to forget the tragic events of that night. But 1987 is the year that blows everything apart. A death in the family creates seismic shifts in loyalty. Trust is betrayed and new allegiances are formed. As the excesses of the early 80s come to an abrupt halt, the past resurfaces in the most unexpected ways.

This beautiful coming-of-age story revels in its time and place. A sharply intelligent novel that is both compassionate and cutting, Sleep Sister is an evocative and moving debut.
When the past won't leave you alone...On the last day of 1979, sisters Gilly and Marina and their li..
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The Bitter Sweet Philosophies by KK Jart (Hardback)

Brand: Eunoia Literature

Product Code: 9780994104700

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A quirky book for grownups


People interpret paintings in various ways. But ask a group of writers to respond, and you enter strange and unexpected worlds.

The Bitter Sweet Philosophies is an art book with a difference, in which a collective of writers known as KK Jart engage with the surrealist vision of internationally acclaimed artist, Nick Fedaeff
A quirky book for grownupsPeople interpret paintings in various ways. But ask a group of writers to ..
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Vivienne's Blog by Stephen Leaton (Deluxe Leatherbound)

Brand: Eunoia Literature

Product Code: 9780994104793

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A work of chilling suspense

An acclaimed masterpiece of suspense, this psychological thriller is a mesmerising journey into the mind of a brilliant but disturbingly deceitful woman who uses an encrypted blog to communicate with her ex-lover, Callum. Hauntingly poetic, the ingenious plot leaves you guessing till the end. Through her often lyrical, at times deeply philosophical, and always utterly engrossing writing, Vivienne conveys her thoughts, her memories, and her peculiar version of events. Obsession leads Vivienne to stalk Cal and his new partner, Mary—and worse. But when she is arrested and placed in a psychological hospital, a shocking truth causes her entire narrative to become suspect. Does her refusal to acknowledge this point to truth, manipulation and deceit, or the delusions of an increasingly demented mind?

“Books like ‘Vivienne’s Blog’ are the reason I love being a book reviewer . . . every now and then I’ll find a piece of gold. When that golden nugget turns out to be a from a first-time Kiwi novelist it’s all the more special.”
- Diane McCarthy, Whakatane Beacon

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