Money has teamed up with Dymocks to give you the chance to win the ultimate summer reading pack.
From fiction to finance, there's something for everyone. One lucky reader will win these 10 great summer reads.
LIFESPAN: Why we age - and why we don't have to
by David Sinclair (HarperCollins, $42.99)
One of the world's foremost authorities on genetics and ageing, Harvard Medical School doctor David Sinclair turns common beliefs about ageing on their head, such as old age doesn't kill us but age-related illness does. What if ageing is a curable disease, asks Sinclair? In Lifespan, he sets out to back his bold theory with surprising, scientifically proven methods that can help you live longer and disease-free.
KILL BILLS!: The 9 insider tricks you'll need to win the war on household bills
by Joel Gibson (Simon & Schuster, $19.99)
When a book claims to have the secret to saving $1000 in an afternoon, it well and truly pays for its purchase price. From power bills to telco, mortgage, insurance, credit cards, petrol and groceries, Joel Gibson leaves no bill unturned, and has tips and tricks to help you save thousands. Strategies with names like The De Niro, The Mystery-Shopper, The Elizabeth Taylor and The Red Dog aim to help you become an expert money-saver. Backed by the team of experts at One Big Switch, the author shares seven years of knowledge, shortcuts and hacks.
BOY SWALLOWS UNIVERSE: Limited gift edition
by Trent Dalton (HarperCollins, $39.99)
Set in 1980s Brisbane, Boy Swallows Universe is Dalton's first novel. It introduces us to young Eli who lives in a world of criminals and violence. He's just trying to follow his heart, learning what it takes to be a good man, but obstacles keep getting in the way. As if his life wasn't complicated enough, he's on the brink of falling in love.
by Margaret Atwood (Random House, $42.99)
Fans of The Handmaid's Tale won't be able to resist Atwood's latest offering in which all shall be revealed about Offred's future and what happened to her after The Handmaid's Tale ended. Freedom, prison or death? The sequel picks up the story 15 years after she stepped into the unknown, with the explosive testaments of three female narrators from Gilead. Margaret Atwood says it best herself: "Dear Readers: Everything you've ever asked me about Gilead and its inner workings is the inspiration for this book. Well, almost everything! The other inspiration is the world we've been living in."
SMASHED AVOCADO: How I cracked the property market and you can too
by Nicole Haddow (Black Inc, $29.99)
Don't despair. You can still enjoy life and own your own home, according to journalist Nicole Haddow who, at the age of 30, had unstable income, no financial plan and only credit-card debt to her name. But less than two years later she became a home-owner. She shares practical tips from financial planners, mortgage brokers, buyers agents, and property experts, as well as case studies of people who have conquered the property market and thrived.
WHY THE RICH ARE GETTING RICHER
by Robert Kiyosaki (Plata Publishing, $12.99)
Robert Kiyosaki tells us why he believes that a sound financial education is the solution to closing the gap between the rich and the rest of us, and goes on to define a 'real financial education'. He is quick to point out that the current model of going to school, working hard, saving money, buying a house, getting out of debt, and investing for the long term in the stockmarket is the worst financial advice for most people. Thankfully, he tells us what we should be doing.
THE JOYFUL FRUGALISTA
by Serina Bird (Murdoch Books, $29.99)
No one likes to admit they have to scrimp and save but Serina Bird believes that not only should we be open about it but we should celebrate our frugality and embrace the joys of minimalism. Bird starts the ball rolling by sharing her practical tips for saving money in small ways every day, with ideas and resources for saving on everything from energy bills to weddings, clothing and eating out and, joy of joys, how to feed your family well on $50 per week.
DARE TO LEAD
by Brene Brown (Random House, $29.99)
Do you have a knack for recognising the potential in people and ideas? If so, according to author Brene Brown, you could be a natural leader. A research professor from Houston University, Brown, with strategies and examples from her courage-building program, helps us identify the traits and skills needed to be a leader. This is a book for anyone who is ready to choose courage over comfort, make a difference and lead.
by Tony Robbins (Simon & Schuster, $33.99)
Tony Robbins knows a thing or two about business and personal development. His book Unshakeable is a comprehensive, practical guide for investors. It outlines specific steps to protect your investments while maximising wealth - with an action plan for how not only to survive, but thrive through each change in the stockmarket. Robbins is a bestselling author, entrepreneur and philanthropist who's called in to consult and coach some of the world's finest athletes, entertainers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and even presidents of nations.
THE WIFE AND THE WIDOW
by Christian White, (Affirm Press, $32.99)
A chilling tale, set in an eerie island town in the middle of winter, where two women are grappling with an uncomfortable truth about their husbands. One, a widow, is mourning the death of her husband, only to discover he was leading a secret life while the other faces mounting evidence that her husband is a murderer. Only when these two women's paths cross can they discover the whole story about the men in their lives.