Tribal Lores Tour

Walker Books together with the #AusYABloggers are celebrating the release of Tribal Lores by Australian author Archimede Fusillo. On the tour you'll find Australian Reviewers and Instagrammers sharing their thoughts.

About The Book

Tribal Lores
Written by Archimede Fusillo
Published by Walker Books Australia 
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A moving and explosive tale about what happens when tradition and the need to belong collide. 
Frankie Rescio is struggling with the death of his sister. Next door, Lochie Marsh is about to have his world invaded by his estranged, pregnant half-sister and her layabout boyfriend. Despite tensions simmering just below the surface for both boys and their families, they form a bond that connects their different worlds. Until tribal lores threaten to bring everything crashing down.  
Tribal Lores explores the fundamental things about growing up that never change: the desire to fit in and be accepted by one’s peers, the intrinsic urge to belong.

Tour Schedule

Saturday 1st August 

Sunday 2nd August

Monday 3rd August 

Tuesday 4th August 

Wednesday 5th August

About The Author

Archimede Fusillo has had nine YA novels published both in Australia and overseas. His novels have won both critical and reader acclaim, with The Dons winning Book of the Year in 2001. He has won many prestigious awards, including the Alan Marshall Award, the Henry Savery Award and the Mary Grant Bruce Award, and is the recipient of an International Literature Fellowship – which itself was awarded the Sanciolo Literature Award. He has also written several textbooks on writing, has lectured all over Australia and overseas and has also been the judge of the Victorian Premiers Award and the Children’s Book Council of Australia Book Awards. Find out more at

Reading Challenge: July

Hello there fellow bookish gals, guys and otherwise. You have stumbled upon July's reporting Chat Post for our 2020 Reading Challenge. There is still plenty of time to catch up. If you are interested in what the challenge is all about (there are prizes to be won) click HERE to read the introductory post.

This months theme is Indigenous Voices.

To report your months reads comment below, answering the questions.

Reporting questions:

1) What book did you pick for this month’s read?
2) Did you enjoy it?
3) What rating would you give it out of five?
4) Was there anything in your book that touched you /resonated with you in some way?
5) What was your favourite part of the book?
6) Who would you recommend read this book?
7) Try to sum up the book in one sentence.

We look forward to finding out what you've all been reading.

Next Months theme is Tropes-ahoy.
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