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'In 'Nanoparticles', Lisa cannily observes the people waiting alongside her at the motor registry, from the harried mother of two to the man engrossed in his newspaper. With her characteristically sharp and tender observations, Charlotte Wood examines the smallest things that draw us together and the many larger issues that wrench us apart.'
'Paul Bannerman is the newly elected deputy premier of Victoria, and he has a story to tell.
For politics hasn't always been his life. Thirty years ago he was a young university student without a sense of purpose or any real ambition.
Until a chance meeting one morning with the infamous Brother Ruhamah gives him the direction he seeks - straight into the cult of the Jesus People...' (Publisher's blurb)