Ghost Town Anthology obliquely explores the sliver of seflishness at the core of grief.
There’s no big surprises here, but there’s enough spycraft and action sequences set against stunning backdrops to forgive the pedestrian plot.
Gotta give Good Boys this – it’s one got one hell of a hook.
The Farewell is well-crafted, undeniably, but it’s not for me.
There’s a spark of originality in Burn, though it’s near smothered by its more-than-familiar elements.
The Nightingale is a spare, brutal portrait of the realities of Australian colonialism: murder, genocide and rape.
It might only be a minor adjustment to shift a story traditionally centred on teen boys to teen girls, but it makes all the difference.