Barbed Wire and Cherry Blossoms by Anita Heiss

In brief: There's a breakout at the POW camp in Cowra during World War II and Hiroshi is the only man to escape. He is protected by the Aboriginal people at Erambie Station, where he also falls in love. The good: Different aspect of Australia during World War II and the marginalisation of the Aboriginal... Continue Reading →


Mailbox Monday and What I’m Reading 18/7/16

Last week was full of work and playing Pokemon Go (not at the same time!). Probably a good thing given what happened in the world over the last week, which is pretty awful. I'm hoping this week will be better for everyone, everywhere. I didn't get to the shops due to work, weather and the... Continue Reading →

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