Meaghan Wilson Anastasios

Screenwriter and bestselling author of 'The Honourable Thief', 'The Water Diviner', and 'The Pacific: In the Footsteps of Captain Cook.'

Canberra Weekly cropped

It would be nice to delude myself into thinking reviews don’t count. But they do. Of course they do.

It can work either way, of course. I’d be lying if I said I’d never been swayed by a Trip Advisor contributor pointing out the less attractive aspect of having a fully-functioning twenty-four hour nightclub located directly beneath your hotel room. Or the movie reviewer who waxed lyrical about the lingering, twenty minute single shot view of a train pulling into a station in the latest French independent film release. Colour me snoring in the back row.

Which is what makes this absolute corker of a review of The Honourable Thief that appears in this week’s Canberra Weekly so special (copied below.) ‘Masterfully weaves…’… ‘Powerful and remarkable.’ Thank you, Mr. Popple. Going onto the business cards.

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