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July – Books of the Month

Just like that, July is here… and we can’t wait to share our Books of the Month with you! This time, we are featuring “Zero Days” by Ruth Ware, “The Art of Risk” by Richard Harris, and “Ember And The Island Of Lost Creatures” by Jason Pamment. Keep reading to order and find out more about these incredible books! 

“Zero Days” by Ruth Ware

This thrilling story follows Jack and Gabe – a married couple who are the best penetration specialists in the business. After a routine assessment goes horribly wrong, Jack arrives home to find her husband dead. To add to her horror, the police are closing in on their only suspect – her.

“The Art of Risk” by Richard Harris 

In this incredible book, diving doctor on the Thai Cave Rescue and former joint Australian of the Year Richard Harris explores the stories of other people who regularly risk their lives and what we can learn from their expertise. We will meet base-jumpers, drag-racers, snipers, surfers, people adventuring from the highest of skies to the deepest of oceans, and more, giving us insight into their motivation and why a life without risk is no life at all…

“Ember And The Island Of Lost Creatures” by Jason Pamment

This charming story of unexpected friendships and endless wonder follows Ember – a boy struggling to fit in. Soon, he finds himself at the heart of an otherworldly mystery, facing a strange monster from the deep. And though Ember’s classmates may seem of little help, any good student knows appearances can be deceiving – and friendship can come from the most unexpected of places…

For more information, you can visit our website here: https://www.qbd.com.au/botm/ 

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