Her Sister's Eye

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Univ. of Queensland Press, 2002 - Fiction - 233 pages
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. . . always remember where your from . . .
to the Aboriginal families of Mundra this saying brings either comfort or pain. To Nana Vida it is what binds the generations. To the unwilling savant Archie Corella it portends a fate too cruel to name. For Sophie Salte, whose woman's body and child's mind makes her easy prey, nothing matters while her sister Murilla is there to watch over her.
For Murilla, fierce protector and unlikely friend to Caroline Drysdale, wife of the town patriarch, what matters is survival. In a town with a history of vigilante raids, missing persons and unsolved murders, survival can be all that matters.
The stories - of the camp, the boy and his snake, the shooting - told and passed on, offer a release from the horrors of our past. As Nana Vida says, That's the story. I let it go now.
  

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User Review  - Ilyhana Kennedy - Goodreads

I read this book some time back and somehow picked it up again for another reading. It's quite a good book overall, though it has some parts that seriously let it down. And then mostly a dialogue that ... Read full review

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Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
23
Section 3
39
Section 4
56
Section 5
87
Section 6
122
Section 7
138
Section 8
157
Section 9
208
Section 10
221
Section 11
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