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User Review  - gypsysmom - LibraryThing

It was a pure fluke that I happened across this book. Carrie Tiffany has won the inaugural Stella prize in Australia for her second book, Mateship with Birds. I checked my library to see if they had ... Read full review

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User Review  - markfinl - LibraryThing

What a sad, strange, beautiful little book. It's the story of a couple who meet on a Better Farming Train that travels across Australia giving demonstrations to remote farm communities. Jean and ... Read full review

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User Review  - tcarter - LibraryThing

An incisive book that lays bare the follies of the scientific humanism and centralised government managerialism. The eponymous rules fail to conquer the natural world and also fail to enable ... Read full review

Review: Everyman's Rules for Scientific Living

User Review  - Ange - Goodreads

It is a modest, quiet book. But it is also harsh and tragic. Almost more than any other author I've read recently, Carrie Tiffany has a way of getting right at the nub of an issue with her beautiful ... Read full review

Review: Everyman's Rules for Scientific Living

User Review  - Alice - Goodreads

A small quiet beautifully written read. Both funny and sad. About resilience, depression - both personal and economic, and a piece of Australian history I knew nothing about. Read full review

Review: Everyman's Rules for Scientific Living

User Review  - Sonya - Goodreads

This is one of the best books you've never heard of. It came to my attention via my editor, who is also Carrie Tiffany's editor. The book won accolades and awards throughout the Commonwealth, but ... Read full review


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