That Deadmen Dance

thatdeadmandanceThat Deadman Dance
by Kim Scott
2010 / 355 pages
rating 9 / contemp Aust.

Thanks to the blogs of Sue Terry and Lisa Hill (see below) in which they recognized and hosted Indigenous Aussie Literature week I came up with a couple books by indigenous authors which they had reviewed and also were available on Kindle. I decided for no real good reason to read That Deadman Walk first. A winner! (And of the Miles Franklin Award no less.)

Talk about intriguing! It’s historical fiction from the era of first contact on the southwestern shores near today’s Albany between the years 1826 and 1844 or so. >>>MORE>>>

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3 Responses to That Deadmen Dance

  1. Lisa Hill says:

    Becky, you’re a star, thank you for participating in Indigenous Literature Week at ANZ LitLovers, and thank you for finding that link to the most interesting review at The Conversation too.

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  2. Pingback: Reviews from Indigenous Literature Week at ANZ Litlovers 2014 | ANZ LitLovers LitBlog

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