Homes for Moms | Fiction Reviews, May 1, 2016

house for happy mothers

An interesting novel that explores the history of Melbourne through the eyes of a series of single mothers; a poignant novel from two difficult perspectives that spans several complex and often controversial topics; an absorbing modern family saga about a 48-year-old Indian-American woman who becomes a surrogate with her younger lover

The Natural Way of Things by Charlotte Wood | LJ Review

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Making her U.S. debut with a novel that won the Australian Independent Booksellers Award as Best Novel and Best Book of the Year, Wood effectively renders the captors’ brutality and the women’s Lord-of-the-Flies struggle to survive.

Wonder from Down Under: Australian Fiction |The Reader’s Shelf, January 2012

Cloud Street

Wonder from Down Under: Australian Fiction |The Reader’s Shelf, January 2012