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- By: Evan Green
- Narrated by: Richard Aspel
- Length: 19 hrs and 50 mins
They say no one from the convict settlement of Sydney Town crossed the steep ranges of the Blue Mountains until 1813. But the quick-witted convict Clancy Fitzgerald did it in 1798, dragging with him the proud - but reluctant - Eliza Philips. Faced with constant danger and wrenching isolation, Clancy and Eliza found themselves pale-skinned strangers in a land of ancient traditions and spiritual beliefs.
great story based around early Sydney life
- By Dan on 29-08-2017
A Grand Story and History Lesson.
Having lived in the Lithgow area for over 20 years, I could picture the places Clancy was discovering. The next time I travel The Bells Line of Road, I will view Mt Tomah with knowing smile!