Better Reading Preview: All the Tears in China Registration Form

Better Reading Preview: All the Tears in China Registration Form

Our next Preview title is All the Tears in China by Sulari Gentill! To register your interest in being a Preview reviewer for this title, just fill out the form below. Please only enter once:

Sorry, the number of entries for this title has been reached. Please look out for our next Preview title, coming soon!

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We invite our trusted community to engage directly with the nation-wide conversation about books by registering for Preview, our new crowd-sourced book review platform.

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-Preview demand is incredibly high, and there are only limited spots available for each title. To keep things fair, if you fail to provide a review for your Preview title on two occasions, you will unfortunately not be selected for future Preview titles.

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          Synopsis

          Shanghai in 1935 is a twentieth-century Babylon, an expatriate playground where fortunes are made and lost, where East and West collide, and the stakes include life itself.Into this, Rowland Sinclair arrives from Sydney to represent his brother at international wool negotiations. Rowland is under strict instructions to commit to nothing… but a brutal murder makes that impossible.As suspicion falls on him, Rowland enters a desperate bid to find answers in a city as glitzy as it is dangerous, where tai-pans and tycoons rule, and politics and vice are entwined with commerce.Once again, the only people Rowland can truly trust are an artist, a poet and a free-spirited sculptress.“A sparkling crime series… Evelyn Waugh meets Agatha Christie…” – THE AGE
          Sulari Gentill
          About the author

          Sulari Gentill

          Sulari Gentill set out to study astrophysics, ended up graduating in law, and later abandoned her legal career to write books instead of contracts. She grows French black truffles on her farm in the foothills of the Snowy Mountains of NSW, which she shares with her husband Michael, their young family and several animals—the farm, not the truffles.Gentill was announced the winner of the 2012 Davitt Award for Best Crime Fiction, and was shortlisted for a 2011 Commonwealth Writers’ Prize for best first book in the South East Asia and Pacific region. Under the name Sulari Gentill, S.D.Gentill also writes the Rowland Sinclair series; a series of historical crime fiction novels including A Few Right Thinking Men, A Decline in Prophets, Miles off Course, Paving the New Road and her latest, Gentlemen Formerly Dressed.

          Books by Sulari Gentill

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          1. I would like to read and review All The Tears in China

          2. Chris Fairbairn says:

            I would love to review All the Tears in China.

          3. Terry maxwell says:

            I wouldn’t love to review All The Tears in China please 🙏📖

          4. Adele Schachter says:

            I am interested in previewing All The TearsIn China

          5. BRONWYN HUMPHRIES says:

            The Australian wool industry ploy intrigues me because of my farming background and passion for natural fibres. Wool breathes which is why our bodies love wearing it. Reviewing this book would be pure pleasure.

          6. Anita says:

            Looking forward to reading and reviewing Rowlands adventures

          7. Jennifer Bradley says:

            I enjoy Sulari’s Rowland books and would be really chuffed to review All the Tears in China.

          8. Gail branch says:

            I have enjoyed the Rowland books and would be very keen to review All the Tears in China.

          9. Rowena says:

            Sounds intriguing. I’d love to read and review All the tears in China.

          10. Amanda Matthews says:

            I would love to preview this latest book.

          11. Julie Paterniti says:

            I run 2 bookclubs and am always after new books to recommend. Would love to preview this book.

          12. Dianne says:

            Reading is my joy.

          13. Tracey Spear says:

            I’d love to preview All the tears in China😀. I set myself a challenge to read 100 books a year – I’ve surpassed that this year!

          14. Vicki Goucher says:

            I would love to have the opportunity to review All the Tears in China for the Better Reading fans out there.

          15. Nicole Roslon says:

            I am a guest reviewer on a friends blog and would love the chance to showcase this book.

          16. Marguerite Lee says:

            Sulari’s Rowland Sinclair series are brilliant, would love to be able to do a review

          17. Maryanne Podham says:

            I would love the opportunity to review this book by an author I have not read before.

          18. Tamny Collins says:

            Being a book reviewer is my dream! I love to read, and write, and I love discovering new literary treasurers!

          19. Kim Gordon says:

            I would love to read and review All the Tears in China. Thank you!

          20. Sharyn Benton says:

            What a great opportunity, I am a huge Sulari fan.

          21. Louise Otto says:

            I adore Sulari Gentil and would love to have the opportunity to review All the Tears in China for Better Reading.

          22. Fi says:

            You had me at a cross between Evelyn Waugh and Agatha Christie – two superb writers.