Burning Fields (e-bok)
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Engelska
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320
Utgivningsdatum
2018-11-06
Förlag
Lyrical Press
ISBN
9781516109166
Burning Fields (e-bok)

Burning Fields (e-bok)

E-bok (EPUB - DRM), Engelska, 2018-11-06
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A powerful and sweeping historical novel of love, loss, and hope, set against Australia's vast sugarcane fields in the turbulent days after World War II. 1948: Change has come to every corner of the globeand Rosie Stanton, returning home to northern Queensland after serving the war effort in Brisbane, plans to rescue her family's foundering sugarcane farm with her unstoppable can-do spirit. Coming up against her father's old-world views, a farm worker undermining her success, and constant reminders of Rosie's brothers lost in the war, Rosie realizes she wants more from life and lovebut at what cost? Italian immigrant Tomas Conti arrives at a neighboring farm, and sparks fly as Rosie draws close to this enigmatic newcomer. When an enemy appears with evidence of Tomas's shocking past, long-held wartime hatreds rekindle . . . and an astounding family secret sets Rosie's world ablaze. At the dawn of a new era, Rosie must make her own destiny amid the ashes of yesterdayby following her heart. This ebook contains bonus content about the author's inspiration for the story! ';More than just another war story. With themes of sexism, misogyny, racial discrimination and archaic family traditions, Burning Fields is a multi-layered and beautiful work of fiction.'Surf Coast Times ';A poignant book about wars fought far away in other countries, and those set right in our back yards between families, neighbors and even friends. It's beautifully written, and packs one hell of a punch.'The Never Ending Bookshelf ';This is absolutely a must-read.'AusRom Today
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