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A very beautiful and sensitive description of the delicate relationship between the Lieutenant and the indigenous girl. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pat Fernandes
I found it an interesting subject matter, but I did not find it a satisfying book to read. A lot of aboriginal "words" to read and a very big jump in imagination as to how... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Peter Collins
As a prequel to The Secret River it shows a horrifying image of how we treated Aboriginals in the early days and a total lack of understanding of their way of life and culture.Published 5 months ago by David Martin Ffinch
Grenville has really captured the time of history that this story was set in. Vacillating between history and compassion I was really taken in by this novel. Highly recommend it.Published 5 months ago by Arthur
I usually like Kate Grenville's book but I found this to be boring and lacking any content.Published 7 months ago by Mo
This book of Kate Greenville's is a delightful insight into the indigenous people of Sydney Harbour that the Lieutenant gets to know, that enables the reader to be as close as the... Read morePublished 15 months ago by colin bebe