The April issue of Good Reading magazine is ready for you to read!
Deborah Rodriguez charmed the world with her novel The Little Coffee Shop of Kabul, which was based on her real-life experiences in Afghanistan. She’s finally returning with a sequel this month, so we caught up with her to find out about her character inspirations and the dangerous and fascinating places that her series is based on.
We also asked columnist and author Benjamin Law – whose hilarious memoir The Family Law was recently adapted into a TV show on SBS – about his obsessions with Roald Dahl and David Sedaris.
Check out more Books to Read Before You Die suggestions from readers, read our Q&A with Australian novelist Georgia Blain and find out about the current transformation of global religion in an article by social researcher Hugh Mackay, author of Beyond Belief.
And, of course, we’ve got your reading covered for the next month; there’s a stack of five-star reviews in this issue, a new book buying guide, and a run-down of the best books for Mum in time for Mothers’ Day in May.
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