Turning Back The Sun (Google eBook)

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Harper Collins, Aug 16, 2011 - Fiction - 224 pages
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When two bodies wash up on the river bank in a frontier town in Australia and the aborigines are blamed for the murder, racial hatred erupts, causing resentment among the aborigines and fear among the whites.

  

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The aborigines believe that if they can turn back the sun, prevent it from "dying'' each night, then the tree that once connected heaven and earth will flourish anew and "everything will be all right ... Read full review

Contents

CHAPTER1
CHAPTER2
CHAPTER3
CHAPTER4
CHAPTER5
CHAPTER6
CHAPTER7
CHAPTER8
CHAPTER16
CHAPTER17
CHAPTER18
CHAPTER19
CHAPTER20
CHAPTER21
CHAPTER22
CHAPTER23

CHAPTER9
CHAPTER10
CHAPTER11
CHAPTER12
CHAPTER13
CHAPTER14
CHAPTER15
CHAPTER24
CHAPTER25
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Colin Thubron is an acknowledged master of travel writing. His first books were about the Middle East—Damascus, Lebanon, and Cyprus. In 1982 he traveled in the Soviet Union, pursued by the KGB. From these early experiences developed his great travel books on the landmass that makes up Russia and Asia: Among the Russians; Behind the Wall: A Journey through China; The Lost Heart of Asia; In Siberia; and most recently, Shadow of the Silk Road.

Colin Thubron is an award-winning novelist as well as, arguably, the most admired travel writer of our time. He lives in London.

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