Host Jennifer Byrne and regulars Marieke Hardy and Jason Steger are joined on the panel by China Miéville and Shamini Flint.
The two books being reviewed are Wool by Hugh Howie and Gilgamesh by Joan London.
Wool takes place in a post-apocalyptic ruined Earth where humanity clings to survival by living underground in massive silos. Through interweaving stories, the mysteries and secrets of the silos are revealed.
This month’s classic book, Gilgamesh, is the epic tale of Edith Clark, who leaves her isolated life in rural Western Australia to track down the father of her child. With the Second World War looming, Edith bravely travels across the globe, only to discover the true meaning of home.
China Miéville is a fantasy fiction author who lives and works in London. He is three-time winner of the prestigious Arthur C. Clarke Award for science fiction and has also won the British Fantasy Award twice.
Shamini Flint is a highly successful children’s author based in Singapore. She writes children’s books with cultural and environmental themes which are mainly focused on Asia.
10pm Tuesday ABC1.