good pulp, big stretch,a lot of simplestic emotion, large picture,I feel a movie coming on. Read the trilogy back in late 1990 s and love all three I wish the stories had never ended. Amazing Book, Australian Trilogy Author Bryce Courtenay This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Australian Trilogy, Essay By Bryce Courtenay Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You What a hard series Characters seem to have one crisis after another, so much so that at times I had to put the book down I wondered if it wasn t a sadistic experience to continue through, but a book written in such a way that so totally pulls you in and makes you feel as though you are living it, the good and the bad, should not be tossed lightly aside The author notes the pains he took in being historically accurate so reading this series will give a view of Australia that those outside it rarely get to see The characters are unforgettable and unique The stories of the successive generations draw you in, unable to abandon them during the hard times, and as I have mentioned, the hard times abound The ending of the third book was abrupt and disappointing It left so much untold, setting up the story of the third generation but stopping before those stories played out It seemed like a set up for the next book in the series, but this is a trilogy No mention of a fourth book has been made Hopefully there will be another book Not looking for the hard times that would be surely in the next book but I need to know what became of everyone and the fate of the potato factory. One of the best books I have ever read Will be reading from this author. Still reading what a hard, hard start to a country.I found it difficult to read at times..and so wouldn t reccomend it to most people I love Bryce Courtenay, but the first book in this trilogy is too dark, too depressing and hopeless, too miserable to get into I really tried, but had to abandon it eventually. Read these Bryce Courtenay at his best Amongst the best books I have ever read STILL the best books I have ever read RIP Mr Courtenay.it just wasn t Christmas this year without your new book under the tree.
I was born illegitimately in 1933 in South Africa and spent my early childhood years in a small town deep in the heart of the Lebombo mountains.It was a somewhat isolated community and I grew up among farm folk and the African people At the age of five I was sent to a boarding school which might be better described as a combination orphanage and reform school, where I learned to box though less
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