A reluctant traveller in a strange land, and a moving portrait of a life and a marriage facing challenges never expected
We're 300 years in the future, and a tiny patch of Northern Australia has become the world's hottest real estate market. Or to be more precise, a tiny patch of Northern Australia – Darwin – has become the entire world...
Brendan Shanahan’s compelling Travel Noir collection showcases an engaging writer happy to leave the rose-tinted glasses behind
An episodic novel deserves an episodic review. Part one...
A neat, episodic debut novel from Tina Seskis – is running away ever the answer?
Politically aware and unafraid to run towards complexity, "The Massive: Black Pacific" is thoughtful and idea-rich.
Jodi Ettenberg’s Food traveller’s handbook is an evocative and practical distillation of hard lessons and culinary highs experienced over a decade and then some of long-haul adventures.
Ian Sales teases out new narrative journeys from the Apollo timeline in this standout novella.
Caliban's War gives readers a tight, high-quality, highly-plausible near-future space opera and a worthy sequel to Leviathan Wakes
“Three friends, four continents” is the cover tagline of this rewarding, if lengthy, account of modern independent travel.