Welcome GuestRegister/Login? View CartCheckout
All Reviews - The Floating Garden
Write a review.

Finely crafted, The Floating Garden is at once an elegy for the forgotten and a subversive counter-history to the tumult of rapid progress.
Sydney Morning Herald
The Floating Garden is a beautifully written, gently humorous and highly detailed slice of history. It also has an absorbing story-line which kept me turning the page.
Lisa Walker
This novel is driven by character rather than plot. I like people and so I enjoy these kinds of books, but what I enjoyed even more was the evocation of 1920s Sydney and the wealth of sensory description – not just visual details, but touch and smell as well...
Jessica White
The Floating Garden is a fine example how fiction can be useful in expanding our understanding of the past ... I enthusiastically recommend this book to other readers, especially those who care about Sydney, and those interested in a new type of historical fiction.
M. D. Brady, Me, You, and Books
It's impressive that these disparate narratives come together so naturally to enrich each other. What a wonderful book.
Booklog for Charlotte
Out Now
Surrogacy

Surrogacy


Renate Klein

   Pared down to cold hard facts, surrogacy is the commissioning/buying/ renting of a woman into whose womb an embryo...


The Pimping of Prostitution

The Pimping of Prostitution


Julie Bindel

This book examines one of the most contested issues facing feminists, human rights activists and governments around the...

I'm the Girl Who Was Raped

I'm the Girl Who Was Raped


Michelle Hattingh

I am the statistic that I read about. I am the thing I always feared most. I am rape.

That morning, Michelle had...


Dark Matters : A novel

Dark Matters : A novel


Susan Hawthorne

In a dawn raid, Kate is arrested. She is imprisoned, beaten, kept awake and tortured. She has no idea what has happened...


Content © Spinifex Press • Terms & ConditionsContact UsAbout Us