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  • Loved it.

    What a beautifully written piece of literature. The use of Wirudyuri language was seamless and evoked a response I didn't expect. The descriptions of both the landscape and the family relationships was so well written it was easy to feel I was sitting by a river, listening to the water rushing by. My heart broke with the evident discrimination the Indigenous people of this land have faced for generations. A must read!

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  • Great read

    This was an enjoyable book that I would recommend

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  • Beautiful

    Beautiful account of the history of a people who have not had their story told. I felt every emotion and twist of each moment.

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  • River of dreams

    Wow. What a stunning portrayal of "settlement" and dispossession with strong characters sympathetically portrayed. Amazing how much Uncle Stan Grant has inspired!

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  • Country

    A deeply moving story of first nations people's disposession of the country that formed them. Many of the incidents are based on historic fact which gives great depth and poignancy to the story. Thank you Anita for this beautiful and sad story.

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