This month's book club has you covered; with everything from killer new releases to a must-read on how animals think. Keep scrolling for our top suggestions for June!
Somebody I used to know by Wendy Mitchell and Anna Wharton
RRP $24.99 | bloomsbury.com/au
A real life Still Alice, Wendy was diagnosed with Young Onset Dementia in July 2014 at the age of 58. Since then, Wendy has spent her time raising awareness about dementia and encouraging others to see there is life after diagnosis. For readers of When Breath Becomes Air and Still Alice.
Something in the water by Cat Steadman
What it’s like to be a dog by Gregory Burns
RRP $27.99 | bloomsbury.com/au
New York Times best selling author Gregory Burns applies the tools of neuroscience to understand how animals think. His team discovered what makes dogs individuals with varying capacities for self-control, different value system , and a complex understanding of human speech. This is essential reading for animal lovers.
The love that I have by James Maloney
RRP $27.99 | Harper Collins
From award-winning Australian author James Moloney, comes a fresh and compelling story about love, loss and profound bravery.
The Favourite sister by Jessica Knoll
$29.99 | Pan Macmillan
From the author of the bestselling debut novel of 2015 Luckiest Girl Alive comes Jessica Knoll’s new thriller, The Favourite Sister, featuring a pair of competitive and uber-successful sisters whose secrets and lies result in murder.