Bluewolf Reviews

Font Size




Editor's Pick


Latest Additions

  • Love, Live, Forgive – Insights from Artists
    Love, Live, Forgive – Insights from Artists I opened this latest compilation of stories from Justin St Vincent in the middle of the book, simply because I could. The words that came immediately to view are from  the Artistic Director of the Washington Master Chorale, Thomas Colohan, ‘ When I stand in front of my chorus and hear their unified voices raised in song, I know I am hearing the very heart of compassion, the true voice of humanity’. These words struck a powerful chord.
  • Deadly Obsession
    Deadly Obsession Young Detective Lexie Rogers is back in another tantalising thriller when she and her partner Brad Sommers are called to the scene of a murder at one of the popular Sydney beaches on an chilly winters morning. The body of a young woman has been found, beautifully laid out with her hands holding red rose.  The red rose is obviously significant but at this early stage the question is why? Why was she murdered and why was she holding the rose?
  • Let’s Eat Raw
    Let’s Eat Raw Raw food! So what you say! What’s so fantastic about eating raw food? Well, according to Scott Mathias, raw food is the best way to living a healthy , energetic and vital lifestyle and he has proven this, turning his life of a semi-invalid around, becoming a healthy person enjoying all life can offer;  All by eating his food raw.
  • Pearls from the Heart
    Pearls from the Heart When you are having one of those days, or weeks, or months life has an habit of presenting you with from time to time, Sa Silvano has the answer, or if not the answer, along with some guidance to help you through the tough stuff.
  • Riding a Crocodile - A Physician tale
    Riding a Crocodile - A Physician tale This is an intense and tightly woven story that has layers of complexity.  The health system, hospital life, personnel and ethics are closely woven together with mystery and death.  It is very difficult to put this book down as it is so topical, blending mystery and drama with everyday hospital life.  The dilemma of aged-care, new developments of Technology to extend life and budget constraints, are all topical issues which the  author has used in a rattling good murder mystery.
  • Back of Beyond
    Back of Beyond When Hugh Tindall a was a lad he lived out in the backblocks of Queensland, in the Diamantina river country on a  collective of land, known then as a poor man’s selection, which was nothing but hard work to get it to produce anything. This is his and his families story of making the best out of every circumstance and reflecting back on a time in Australia's history that is no longer.
Blue Wolf Home

News Bytes

Who are we?

We are a group of people who love books, music and film.
We bring to you reviews of the latest and the best from all genres.
If you have a new book or album that you would like us to review for you contact us on
You are here: Home