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    The Water Diviner

    A captivating story about a father's love and loss. And how far he's prepared to go for both. A heartbreaking and breathtaking adventure.
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    The water diviner

    I enjoyed the detail about war and the history. Didnt want to put the book down. Very graphic at times.
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    Loved the descriptions

    I haven't read anything that describes the war like this before. It was a good insight into what the soldiers and families went through.
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    The Water Deviner

    A great read i look forward to reviewing the movie now, at times tears would form in my eyes through either sadness or happyness a book full of feeling.
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    Water diviner

    A journey from the Malley country in Victoria to Istanbul in the days after WW1. The torment of the war and grief are well handled in the Water Diviner. Perhaps a bit too romanticised for me, but a good read anyway.
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