Book Reviews of Walk About (The Outback Saga)

Walk About (The Outback Saga)
Walk About - The Outback Saga
Author: Aaron Fletcher
ISBN-13: 9780843932928
ISBN-10: 0843932929
Publication Date: 7/1992
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Paperback
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wrested from the primordial austrailian wilderness, tibooburra station had taken the blood sweat ,and tears, of generations of kerricks and given them a maginificent heritage in return
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Wrested from the primordial Australian wilderness, Tibooburra Station has taken the blood, sweat, and tears of generations of Kerricks and given them a magnificent heritage in return. But now the golden legacy of the outback station is threatened by the disappearance of the young boy who will one day inherit it all. Fleeing the pain of being abandoned by his mother, eight-year-old Jeremy Kerrick wanders the rough-and-ready gold towns of the frontier and comes to manhood among the primitive Aborigines of the vast, unexplored interior. At one with the land, he draws from it an indomitable strength that enables him to win the woman of his dreams. Together, they will meet the challenge of the outback or die trying."
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good, fast read, active adventure.
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good austrailian western type series
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This is book # 3 in The Outback Saga. A good series, I am enjoying it a lot!
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Heritage of the Outback

Wrested from the primodial Australian wilderness, Tibooburra Station had taken the blood, sweat, and tears of generations of Kerricks and given them a magificent heritage in return. But now the golden legacy of the outback station was threatened by the disappearance of the young boy who would one day inherit it all.

Fleeing the pain of being abandoned by his mother, eight-year-old Jeremy Kerrick wandered the rough-and-ready gold towns of the frontier and came to manhood amoung the primitive Aborigines of the vast, unexplored interior. At one with the land, he drew from it an indomitable strength that enabled him to win the woman of his dreams. Together, they would meet the challenge of the outback or die trying.
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Read this sometime back. A good saga.
Fleeing the pain of being abandoned by his mother, eitht year old Jerely Kerrick wandered the rough and ready gold towns of the frontier and came to manhood among the primitive Aborigines of the vast, unexplored interior of Australia.