t. 96, REVIEWS AUGUST, 2019

               WELCOME to the t. 96 REVIEWS, August 2019

Michael Botur, True? Stories. Reviewed by Liz Breslin

Tony Chapelle, A Distant Belonging. Reviewed by Patricia Prime 

Gavin Hipkins, The Domain. Reviewed by Andrew Paul Wood

Peter Hoar, The World’s Din: Listening to Records, Radio, and Films in New Zealand, 1880-1940. Reviewed by Andrew Paul Wood

Colin Hogg, Sam Hunt: Off the Road. Reviewed by Jeremy Roberts

HOOPLA, Series 5: Reihana Robinson, Her Limitless Her; Jo Thorpe, This Thin Now; and Elizabeth Welsh, Over There a Mountain. Reviewed by Janet Charman

Mike Johnson, Confessions of a Cockroach / Headstone Reviewed by Patricia Prime

Anne Kennedy, The Ice Shelf. Reviewed by Jessie Neilson

Michele Leggott, Vanishing Points. Reviewed by Carolyn McCurdie

Sarah Madden, Blue in the Red House. Reviewed by S J Mannion

Cilla McQueen, Poeta, Selected and new poetry. Reviewed by Janet Charman

Stephen Oliver, Luxembourg. Reviewed by Patricia Prime

Vaughan Rapatahana, Novel. Reviewed by Piet Nieuwland

Angela Readman, Something Like Breathing. Reviewed by Sandra Arnold

Diane Simmons, Finding a Way. Reviewed by Sandra Arnold

Laura Solomon, Awakening: Poems. Reviewed by Patricia Prime

Tayi Tibble, Poūkahangatus. Reviewed by Piet Nieuwland

Rachel Tobin, Say it Naked and Robin Peace, A Passage of Yellow Red Birds. Reviewed by Janet Charman 

Various, The Big Questions: What Is New Zealand’s Future? Reviewed by S J Mannion

Iona Winter, then the wind came. Reviewed by Sandra Arnold

Ashleigh Young, How I Get Ready. Reviewed by Mary Cresswell