Each month, our fantastic “Channel 7 x QBD Book Club” hosts Victoria Carthew and Lee Carseldine discuss great books of all different genres – from wonderful children’s stories to insightful recipe books. This month, they reviewed our Fiction Book of the Month “Zero Days” by Ruth Ware, “The Little French Village of Book Lovers” by Nina George, and MORE! To order our July picks and compare your opinion to theirs, head in-store or to the QBD Books website now.
Here are the fantastic titles we featured this month:
“Zero Days” by Ruth Ware
International bestseller Ruth Ware has returned to the book scene with her BRAND-NEW action-packed thriller, our July Fiction Book of the Month, “Zero Days.”
Hired by companies to break into buildings and hack security systems, Jack and her husband Gabe are the best penetration specialists in the business. But after a routine assignment 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 Little French Village of Book Lovers” by Nina George
Are you ready to be transported to the idyllic South of France? From Nina George – the author of the internationally bestselling novel “The Little Paris Bookshop” – comes another delightfully romantic tale…
This story begins when Jean Perdu returns to his beautiful barge on the Seine and his Literary Apothecary – the place where he spent many years prescribing just the right book to his customers. Now, it’s time for him to discover a novel that has been most important to his life.
“My Journey To The World Cup” by Sam Kerr
You know her as the captain of the “Matilda’s” soccer team, but did you know that Sam Kerr is also an incredible writer? Whilst her genre is usually children’s books, Sam is back with a tell-all memoir about her journey to the FIFA World Cup.
Sam Kerr is widely considered to be one of the best female footballers of all time. She is famous worldwide for her skills on the soccer pitch – but before she was the Matildas captain and the leading goal scorer for Chelsea, she was just an average Aussie kid who wanted to play AFL. This book tells her incredible football journey to the FIFA World Cup, from making the switch to soccer to becoming one of the best female strikers in the world.
“Southern Aurora” by Mark Brandi
Written by bestselling author Mark Brandi comes a brand-new novel that shows us how unforgiving life can be when you’re from the other side of the tracks…
This unforgettable story tells the tale of Jimmy – a young boy growing up too fast on the poorest street in town. As the glue that holds his family together, Jimmy tries to do everything to look out for his mum and younger brother. With the weight of the world on his shoulders, he soon learns that even when you get things right, everything can still go wrong.
“The Menopause Diet” by Faye James
As with any big life transition, talking about menopause can be challenging. Luckily, Faye James – a powerhouse in the world of nutrition and wellness – is here to make this time a little easier with her new book “The Menopause Diet.”
This incredible title offers delicious and easy-to-follow recipes that are specifically designed to help reset your body, blast body fat, and improve your overall health and well-being. Additionally, this comprehensive guide shares how to nourish your body and manage menopause symptoms, helping women to feel confident, energised, and informed!