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Kalinda

Narrated by: Richard Aspel
Series: Adam's Empire, Book 2
Length: 47 hrs and 38 mins
Categories: Fiction, Sagas
4.7 out of 5 stars (81 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Set against a backdrop of some of Australia's most stunning scenery, Kalinda explores the lengths people will go to for love and what it really means to be a family.

©1991 Evan Green (P)2017 Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd

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kangaroo tales

loved it another fine story with mechanical and car rally knowledge with out back Australia

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Exquisite

Loved the characters and the journey they took me on. Was a little sad when it ended.

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Great sequel to the first novel

Epic continuation of a story, spanning 70 years in the life of Adam Ross, providing a slice of Australian life during the depression, to the second world war and beyond following the stories of his friends and their next generations. Sensitively weaving in sensitive social topics and a few mad bad-guy characters to keep one coming back for more! This author is like an Aussie version of Wilbur Smith!

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great book excellent read. a book in the grand Au

it's a book that you can listen to for a long time and enjoy every moment of. a story written in the

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  • Kim
  • 18-05-2018

Fantastic book

I really enjoyed this book and was so sad when it finished ... to read about our own outback was something special !! And the narrator was amazing as he had many voices to remember, he gave everyone a great personality ... thanks for a great read

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narrator destroyed the book

The narrator completely wrecked the book. not only does he make aborigines sound like pompous english pricks his own voice is enough to give your ears a reason to bleed.... 👎

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  • JRR
  • 02-07-2019

Great book - fair dinkum

An epic that shares times and events, both good and bed, of Australia over a span of 70 years particularly in the bush.

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  • Hilary hurwitz
  • 03-08-2017

great tale of the outback

I gulf not stop listening to this book. I fell in love with the outback. great characters and stories.
The accents were a bit weak.

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  • Bigbird
  • 23-01-2019

Narrators American accent is truly horrible

That was the only bit I didn’t enjoy! It was incredibly jarring. “Australiar, thort, idear, mother and farther’! Heinous! The book itself was great, descriptive and enjoyable. Painted a beautiful picture of outback life in the early part of the century

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  • Anonymous User
  • 11-10-2017

too desciptive

Got to the end of second chapter and it didn't get anywhere except described the railway line