But trouble also arrives. Two vicious men have stowed away, fleeing a brutal murder.
Alice To Nowhere is the story of desperate men and lonely people. It is an action-packed drama played out under the awesome influence of the vast emptiness of the Australian Outback.
©1988 Evan Green; (P)2009 Bolinda Publishing
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"Aspell stumbles on this one"
I think I would've enjoyed this book in print, but I can only compare it to Clancy's Crossing, also narrated by Aspell. CC is MUCH better than ATN, particularly in narration.
Not sure. Aspell's dialogue in particular was poor. I am starting to think Clancy's Crossing is an exceptionally good performance, but Alice to Nowhere, with so many Australian characters, was read so poorly that I couldn't continue past the first 1/4 of the book.
"You will love it"
Evan Green is a brilliant storyteller. I am sat listening in the UK but, with the skilled narration by Richard Aspel, I am taken into the Australian outback with the heat, the flies and the drama between a man and his mates and a man and his woman. Alice To Nowhere will not let you down. Every mile of the journey to Birdsville is filled with a twist and turn as Fred Crawford tries to shake off this unwelcome guests. Great book. You will love it.
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