We of the Never–Never (FREE)

There at the turn of the 20th century this is the book for you Clearly drawn characters who are in 20th century this is the book for you Clearly drawn characters who are in characters themselves Written as a novel but actually an autobiography Author became famous as a result of her book and work with soldiers and received the Order of the British Empire I was in Australia and a ocal resident recommended this to me for a glimpse into one aspect of ife there I found the writing style a bit difficult I wasn t always sure who into one aspect of ife there I found the writing style a bit difficult I wasn t always sure who narrating But there was also some really interesting turning of phrase and very colorful characters were described but if one is Theres Always a Trail / Home in the Valley looking for aot of action this book did no. SIn newlymarried Jeannie Gunn Mrs Aeneas Gunn eft the security and comfort of her Melbourne home to travel to the depths of the Northern Territory Australia where her husband had been appointed manager of 'The Elsey' a arge cattle station One of the very few white women in the area she was at first resented by people on and around the station till Her Warmth And Spirit warmth and spirit their affection and respect This is her moving and simple account of her ife amidst the beauty and cruelty of the and and the isolation and onelines.

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Break Me Down
Just returned from Australia so this was a very enjoyable read This is the story Of A Year On An a year on an cattle station The author a city girl and her husband took charge of the station with all it s problems and delights She overcame the suspicions of the hearty cattlemen and aboriginal workers with good "HUMOR AND MODESTY WELL WORTH READING AND REMEMBERING BEAUTIFULLY " and modesty Well worth reading and remembering Beautifully colorful and moving glimpse of a way of The Essential Library for New Moms 4-Book Bundle: Healthy Sleep Habits, Happy Child; The Baby Food Bible; Infant Massage; Colic Solved lifeong past A hard but rewarding existence graced by ove and friendship Highly recommended Great read Love Australia and the Outback If you want
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