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Worth Fighting For - Mary-Anne O'Connor

Paperback Published: 21st August 2017
ISBN: 9781489241412
Number Of Pages: 464

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From Darwin to Pearl Harbor, Sydney to New Guinea, a compelling story of courage, honour and a great love set against the epic backdrop of the Second World War.

Eighteen–year–old Junie Wallace is a smart girl and, with her two brothers away at war and her third brother just killed in action, she knows there is only one way to save the family farm for her grieving parents. Unfortunately, that solution involves marrying the unscrupulous Ernest, and breaking the heart of the young drover she loves, Michael.

But the war is looming ever closer, and when Pearl Harbor brings the threat of Japanese aggression to Australian shores, the fates of many become inextricably interwoven.

From the explosive battles of the Pacific campaign to the desperate fighting in the New Guinea rainforest; the dancehall gaiety of Sydney's Trocadero to the terror of the Darwin bombings, this epic family saga brings home the importance of mateship and fighting for what you believe in, even when impossible odds seem stacked against you, even when all seems lost…

Worth Fighting For is a resounding testament to the enduring force of love: a reminder of what can be achieved if you draw on your reserves of courage and listen to the truth in your heart.

Praise for Gallipoli Street:

'Wins over the reader with the clarity of her characters and a strong plot.' Daily Telegraph

'Heart–warming and heart–wrenching.' The Hoopla

ISBN: 9781489241412
ISBN-10: 1489241418
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 464
Published: 21st August 2017
Publisher: Harlequin
Country of Publication: AU
Dimensions (cm): 19.8 x 12.9  x 3.4
Weight (kg): 0.44

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