September issue of Good Reading magazine is ready for you to read. Free online access for library members.

good reading magazine september 2016 issue

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Happy spring! We hope you’ve emerged from your winter reading hidey-holes with a few new favourite books under your belt. For those clinging on to the cooler weather, read about L A Larkin’s Antarctic research for her new thriller, Devour. Find your funny bone with Alan Brough as we ask him about the books that have made chuckle, and get back into the garden with Sabrina’s Dirty Deeds. Stephen Robinson takes us back to a forgotten naval attack of World War II in our cover story, and keeping in theme, read a snippet of a story about the girl who fell in love with Hitler. On a brighter note, find out about Gayle Forman’s new book for adults and have a stiff drink with Girl Waits With Gun author, Amy Stewart, in our exclusive interviews. There’s so much more, but we’ll leave you with a quote from Cath Crowley’s love-letter to secondhand bookshops:

‘Books, like lovers or friends, mark and change us. And we, in turn, mark and change them.’

Happy reading,
The gr team

Featured in the September 2016 issue:

  • Find out about forgotten naval attack on HMAS Sydney during World War II in False Flags
  • Spicks and Specks star Alan Brough on the books that fuel his comedy
  • Cath Crowley writes a love letter to secondhand bookshops
  • Amy Stewart on the anticipated sequel to Girl Waits With Gun 
  • Gayle Forman, author of If I Stay, on her first book for adults