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Jillaroo

Narrated by: Miranda Nation
Series: Jillaroo, Book 1
Length: 11 hrs and 17 mins
4.7 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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After a terrible argument with her father over their family property, 'Waters Meeting', Rebecca Saunders throws her swag in the ute and heads north with her three dogs. A job as a jillaroo takes her into the rowdy world of B&S balls, Bundy rum, and boys. When she at last settles down to a bit of study at agricultural college, her life is turned upside down by the very handsome but very drunken party animal Charlie Lewis.

Will she choose a life of wheat farming on vast open plains with Charlie? Or will she return to the mountains, to fight for the land and the river that runs through her soul? It's only when tragedy shatters her world that Rebecca finds a strength and courage she never knew she had, in this action-packed novel of adventure, dreams, and determination.

©2008 Rachael Treasure (P)2010 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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Ok

Lots of hours of bush talk. Ok. Steady flowing book. Very Australian. But just a little flat

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  • Brian
  • 04-09-2018

predictable but enjoyable

predictable but enjoyable, well written, easy listening. the Voice of the narrator suited the story although a little too high pitched with some female characters.