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Climbing the Coconut Tree Paperback – 10 March 2016
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'The novel was an enjoyable summer read, well written and researched. The descriptive language employed by the writer easily transports you into the Pacific colonial world of the story's protagonists and puts you, the reader, in amongst the action.' Adam Hussey, Historical Novel Society
"The atmosphere is gripping and the 'feel' for the island real. I'll look for more by this author." Peter Lingard, author of Boswell's Fairies
"Bluey, a young naive man is thrown into another world of alcohol and violence. His eyes are opened wide to the way other racial groups are treated and his world is tossed upside down by a vicious double murder. A gripping read to the end, this story also gave me a picture of Australia's past on the other side of colonialism." Eugene
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- Publisher : Karadie Publishing (10 March 2016)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 316 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0994503229
- ISBN-13 : 978-0994503220
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 1.8 x 20.32 cm
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This novel explores the lives a 2 main characters- a young man entering adulthood and a middle age woman at a cross roads in her life. One major event will have an impact that will change lives forever! A great read because it is based on true events...with an outcome that has you guessing till the end!. Great read