Posts labeled Australia

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Review - Davo by N.R. Walker

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When academic researcher Fergus lands in a remote mining camp in the far reaches of Western Australia, he's expecting a change of scenery, but he's totally unprepared for the extreme conditions of the desert, as well as the quirky collection of permanent residents that call the town home. The biggest surprise of all is Davo. The muscular mechanical supervisor has a sunny disposition with a totally disarming smile, and likes to wear skirts.

Tags: Contemporary Australia

 

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Review - The Lodger, That Summer by Levi Huxton

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James, along with his twin sister Eve and their father Frank, is still grieving over the loss of their mother, Frank's wife. Each is coping in their own way, and soon the twins will be off to college, which is an added concern for everyone. On a whim, Frank invites a virtual stranger to stay in one of the spare rooms of his home. Cary introduces himself as a personal trainer working at a local gym.

Tags: Contemporary Australia

 

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Review - Pieces of Us by N.R. Walker

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Kindly note: This book starts directly after the ending of the second, and picks up with the same characters right where they left off. If you haven't read the first two installments of this series, be prepared for spoilers. Justin continues to recover from the horrific traffic accident that left him with a traumatic brain injury as well as a broken arm and leg. There are good days, when more of Justin's personality emerges from the mist surrounding his cognitive capabilities, but there are also bad days, when the stress of an unwelcome visitor sends him back into an unresponsive fog.

Tags: Contemporary Australia

 

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Review - Pieces of Me by N.R. Walker

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Kindly note: This sequel starts directly after the ending of the first book, and picks up with the same characters right where they left off. If you haven’t read the first installment of this series, be prepared for spoilers. When last we left our two lovers, Justin had just had a sort of breakthrough. He still has no memory of Dallas, but the meaning of the dreams his subconscious has been giving him is finally clear: Dallas really is where he is supposed to be.

Tags: Contemporary Australia