Get Reading Top 50 Books you can't put down 2013

Top 50 books you can't put down

Australia's largest celebration of books and reading, Get Reading! is back in 2013 with the ultimate guides to the best Australian reads.


Three hours late by Nicole Trope
Questions of travel by Michelle de Krester
Watching You by Michael Robotham 
Lexicon by Max Barry
The Shadow Year by Hannah Richell
Man Drought by Rachael Johns
Queen of the Road by Tricia Stringer
Dreaming of Zhou Gong by Traci Harding
The Young Lion by Blanche d'Alpuget
Good News, Bad News by Maggie Groff
Dark Heart by Tony Park
Burial Rites by Hannah Kent
Mateship with Birds by Carrie Tiffany
A Bitter Taste by Annie Hauxwell
The Night Guest by Fiona McFarlane
Mallee Sky by Kerry Mcinnes
The First Third by Will Kostakis
The Lavender Keeper by Fiona McIntosh
Blood Secret by Jaye Ford
Sunset Ridge by Nicole Alexander
Cairo by Chris Womersley
Thornwood House by Anna Romer
The Watch Tower by Elizabeth Harrower
The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion


Dark Paradise by Robert Macklin
Too Bold To Die by Ian McPhedran
Boom by Malcolm Knox
Left for dead: A True Story of Resilience and Courage by Laurence and Samantha Barlow with Sue Williams


 Tsunami and the single girl by Krissy Nicolson
Bill the Bastard by Roland Perry
Stillways by Steve Bisley
In Great Spirits by Archie Barwick
Planet Elephant by Tammie Matson
Dick Johnson: Biography by Dick Johnson
Accept The Challenge by Leigh Matthews

Young Adult

The Vale Girl by Nelika McDonald
The First Third by Will Kostakis
The interrogation of Ashala Wolf by Ambelin Kwaymullina


Don't Look Now Book 1 by Paul Jennings and Andrew Weldon
Truly Tan Jinxed by Jen Storer
The Children Who Loved Books by Peter Carnavas
The 39-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths and Terry Denton
I'm a Dirty Dinosaur by Janeen Brian;Illus. Ann James
Alice-Miranda Shines Bright by Jacqueline Harvey
Boy vs Beast: Water Beast by Mac Park
Eric Vale Book 3: Off the Rails by Michael Gerard Bauer; Illustrator: Joe Bauer

Here's  the list of Top 50 books you can't put down with book summaries to help you choose your next read to borrow from the library.