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In the Middle of Nowhere Audiobook

In the Middle of Nowhere

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Publisher's Summary

A classic story of Australian Outback life.

This remarkable journey of a young city convert following her man and his dream to the back of beyond involves the listener with rare intimacy. In one of the most remote locations in the world, you share their hopes and heartaches, joys and laughter, with emotions as deep as the love of Terry and John Underwood. You will be transported to the real Outback - as vast, dramatic and inspiring as the land that lies at the heart of this unforgettable story.

©1998 Terry Underwood; (P)2000 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd.

What the Critics Say

"This is a modern adventure story, inspirational and enthralling." (Sunday Times, Australia)

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  • mergra
    WILLUNGA, Australia
    20/01/11
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    "Enjoyable story... narration detracts"

    I found the story very engaging, realistic and informative (re post war Australia especially), however the narration significantly detracted from my understanding and absorption of the content. Ms Underwood sounds rather like she's a primary school student reciting an English composition. She uses minimal inflection and tone whilst persisting with a kind of naive, sing-song resonance which felt quite irritating to me. It's hard to believe that she is narrating her own work. This would definitely be best read as a hard copy book, unless someone like Caroline Lee or Kate Hood could be seconded to read it.

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