Henry Reynolds is one of Australia's most recognised historians. His pioneering work has changed the way we see the intertwining of black and white history in Australia. His books with NewSouth include The Other Side of the Frontier (reissue); What's Wrong with Anzac? (as co-author); Forgotten War, which won the Victorian Premier's Literary Prize; Unnecessary Wars; and most recently The Whispering in Our Hearts Revisited.
'Reynolds is perhaps the most important living Australian
historian' --Paul Daley, The Guardian
'Reynolds' books have shaped and defined our understanding of the conflicted history of Aboriginal-white relations.' --Peter Stanley, The Sydney Morning Herald
General endorsements for Reynolds' books:
'No other historian can match Henry Reynolds' impact on Australians' understanding of their history and its troubled inheritance.' --Mark McKenna