Books by Eva Sallis

Eva Sallis is a professor at the University of Adelaide. She is the author of The City of Sealions, Hiam, The Metamorphosis of 1001 Nights, and Sheherazade Through the Looking Glass.


FIRE FIRE by Eva Sallis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: June 1, 2006

"A marvelous, convincing feat."
Lush novel by Australian Sallis (Mahjar, 2005, etc.) skillfully uses the deterioration of a sprawling house in the isolated bush to represent the collapse of a large German family of artists. Read full book review >
MAHJAR by Eva Sallis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 28, 2005

"Altogether, an unusual and never uninteresting literary niche."
Fifteen elegant tales about the Arab émigré experience in Australia, courtesy of the Down Under continent's Sallis (The City of Sealions, p. 145). Read full book review >
THE CITY OF SEALIONS by Eva Sallis
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: April 26, 2005

"A gracefully wrought reflection on identity within exile."
Australian author Sallis (Hiam, 1998, etc.) gives a powerful take on the ferocity of mother love as she tracks a young woman's flight from her island home to Yemen to absorb a new language and culture. Read full book review >