THE WHEEL OF TIME – Book Thirteen

Towers of Midnight

Towers of Midnight by Robert Jordan and Brandon Sanderson

This title is based on materials the author left behind when he died in 2007.  It brings dramatic and compelling developments to many threads in the Pattern.  The end draws near.

It’s time to roll the dice.

NEW BOOK — LEGENDS OF AUSTRALIAN FANTASY

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HarperCollins Publishers Australia, 2010 – 560 pages

Eleven of Australia’s biggest selling and most loved writers create all new stories set in either their most famous worlds or, excitingly, in brand-new worlds — a taste of bestsellers to come! The stories in LEGENDS OF AUSTRALIAN FANTASY see authors exploring characters and stories from their best-loved or newest books, stories they’ve not had the chance to tell before. These tales will captivate readers, providing new perspectives on old friends, as well as the chance to meet new ones. And what a bestselling line-up: Sean Williams (Books of the Change), Kim Wilkins (Thrysland), Cecilia Dart-Thornton (Bitterbynde), Isobelle Carmody (Obernewtyn), Trudi Canavan (Black Magician), Garth Nix (Sir Hereward & Mr Fitz), John Birmingham, D.M. Cornish (Lamplighter), Jennifer Fallon, Ian Irvine (Tainted Realm), and Juliet Marillier (Sevenwaters). This is a book that every fantasy fan will crave, a book that they will have to have!

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ANZAC DAY – LIFE AT THE FRONT

Brand new to the library are the following titles

CREFORCE: THE ANZACS AND THE BATTLE OF CRETE

This book captures the litttle known story for the Greek community and the anzacs. When invading Crete the Germans had not anticipated the combined resistance of the Allies that stood shoulder to shoulder with the guerillas. A crucial bond was formed that ended up taking the Greek culture half way around the world. An EASY read organised into manageable segments  with heaps of visuals.

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 ZERO HOUR makes the ANZAC involvemt understandable and human as opposed to the academic approach taken in many adult retellings. Students can gain enough factual information and is a useful tool in studies of World War 11.