One Title One Townsville

The annual One Title One Townsville event provides our vibrant community with the opportunity to come together, meet listen and participate in a book club style Q&A with an author.

This year we want you to help us select the next One Title One Townsville book!

Simply choose between the three books below and nominate your favourite using the One Title One Townsville form. Nominations close at 5pm, Monday 6 January 2020.

NOMINATE HERE!

Bruny - Heather Rose
Bruny - Heather Rose  

Why is a massive bridge being built to connect the sleepy island of Bruny with the mainland of Tasmania? And why have terrorists blown it up?

When the Bruny bridge is bombed, UN troubleshooter Astrid Coleman agrees to return home to help her brother before an upcoming election. But this is no simple task. Her brother and sister are on either side of politics, the community is full of conspiracy theories, her mother is fading and her father is quoting Shakespeare. Only on Bruny does the world seem sane. Until Astrid discovers how far the government is willing to go.

Bruny is a searing, subversive novel about family, love,loyalty and the new world order. It is a gripping thriller with a jaw-dropping twist, a love story, a cry from the heart and a fiercely entertaining and crucial work of imagination that asks the burning question: what would you do to protect the place you love?

Find out more by visiting this book’s Publisher page.

The Best Kind of Beautiful - Frances Whiting
The Best Kind of Beautiful, Frances Whiting 

Florence Saint Claire is a loner. Albert Flowers is a social butterfly. Good friends who think they know each other.

But, somewhere between who they are, and who people think they are, lies The Best Kind of Beautiful.

Find out more by visiting this book’s Publisher book page.

Sand Talk - Tyson Yunkaporta
Sand Talk 

Sand Talk provides a template for living. It’s about how lines and symbols and shapes can help us make sense of the world. It’s about how we learn and how we remember. It’s about talking to everybody and listening carefully. It’s about finding different ways to look at things.

Most of all it’s about Indigenous thinking, and how it can save the world.

Find out more by visiting this book’s Publisher book page.