… compelling and believable … Wooller’s prose is impeccable … engrossing.
Jay Daniel Thompson, Australian Book Review

Studded with pithy little life lessons and hard won insights, Trio moves at a meditative pace, one that will suit readers who prefer a reflective rather than an action driven novel. Wooller seeks to address life’s big questions of love, loss, grief and growing old: how do we live, where do we belong and how do we become who we are? After life has ‘belted her about a bit’, Celia finally concedes that the most important relationship she will ever have is with herself.
Sally Keighery, Readings Monthly http://www.readings.com.au/products/19057012/trio

… wise and thoughtful.
Lisa Hill, http://anzlitlovers.com/2015/04/10/trio-by-geraldine-wooller/

Wooller reveals the contradictions of inner life with limpid intelligence, and achieves difficult effects, such as weaving a complex sense of nostalgia without collapsing into sentiment.
Cameron Woodhead, Age/ Sydney Morning Herald

The author ponders the nature of secrets and acknowledges what is unspoken can still be destructive towards a relationship.
Amanda Ellis, The West Australian

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