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Length: 299 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Writer Josef Peeters seamlessly captures the beauty of Australia and shares the many dangers that slither,creep, and swim in the rain-forest and surrounding oceans. The questions surrounding Bazza's unwanted guests and whether or not Bazza will ever be able to reclaim his peace make this a novel that is tough to put down. Daintree Denizens is sure to thrill readers looking to embark on an epic adventure that takes them from the muggy Australian rain-forest to the edge of the Great Barrier Reef. - "The Book Review Directory"

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Josef Peeters, born in Dusseldorf Germany, in 1961, immigrated with his parents and two brothers to Australia in 1964. He became a naturalised Australian soon after his eighteenth birthday. After a lacklustre education spent in numerous schools across Queensland, Josef left at age fifteen to begin work as an assistant projectionist in the original Regent Theatre in Brisbane, before it became a multi-screen complex. Josef has followed artistic pursuits in performance, literary, and sculptural genres without ever gaining success or notoriety in any field. He now continues to write and self-publish for his own benefit and pleasure while maintaining a Caravan Park business with his second wife at Moulamein NSW, Australia. --This text refers to the paperback edition.

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