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Heritage From The Ruins Of Berlin To The Birth Of Israel, From The Italian Alps To The Australian High Country, Heritage Is A Passionate And Fast Paced Tale Of Rebirth, Struggle, Sacrifice And Redemption, And A Tribute To Those Who Gave Meaning To The Australian Spirit

About the Author: Judy Nunn

Judy Nunn born 13 April 1945 is an Australian actress and author.Judy Nunn s career has been long, illustrious and multifaceted After combining her internationally successful acting career with scriptwriting for television and radio, Judy decided in the 80s to turn her hand to prose The result was two adventure novels for children, EYE IN THE STORM and EYE IN THE CITY, which remain extremely popular, not only in Australia but in Europe Embarking on adult fiction in the early 90s, Judy s three novels, THE GLITTER GAME, CENTRE STAGE and ARALUEN, set respectively in the worlds of television, theatre and film, became instant bestsellers Her subsequent bestsellers, KAL, BENEATH THE SOUTHERN CROSS, TERRITORY, PACIFIC, HERITAGE and FLOODTIDE confirm her position as one of Australia s leading popular novelists.

10 thoughts on “Heritage

  1. says:

    A sweeping tale of bravery, love and human endurance, with the backdrop of the Snowy Mountains in southern New South Wales We follow the lives of some of the inhabitants of Cooma, a small town experiencing a boom of migrant workers from the nearby Hydro Electric scheme Beautifully told, Judy Nunn weaves an evocative story, telling the lives of local characters and those from further

  2. says:

    starsAs a West Australian girl born and bred, the construction of the NSW based, Snowy Mountains scheme to bring hydroelectricity to the region from the late 1940 s, through to the early 1970 s, seems to have escaped my attention One of Australia s best known storytellers, Judy Nunn, ensures that this pivotal engineering project is not lost in the history books.Following the devastating eff

  3. says:

    5 stars, if for nothing else because I could not put it down I found myself questioning when this book started, given that the blurb on the back talked about the Snowy Mountains, but the story soon grabbed me, and did not let go The plot moved through some twists to turns, some of which were a little obvious to me, and others which were not, and utterly shocked me The climax was rather well done, b

  4. says:

    They came to change the course of a river and changed the course of their lives After World War II, in the early 1950s, migrants from over many different countries came to Australia to work on the Snowy Mountains Hydro Electric Scheme Their destination was the town of Cooma, New South Wales which was central to the Snowy Scheme This novel explores the stories of a number of different characters, from their

  5. says:

    Oh my God This book had all the feels The premise of the story interested me, due to the links with my own family history After the initial hook, I found the book a bit slow to start and full of exposition, but that proved necessary to prevent confusion later on Within a few chapters, I could not put the book down I immensely enjoyed the Australian setting and the links to Europe and the war provided by the main c

  6. says:

    love to read about Australia, especially the Snowy River Project.

  7. says:

    I m so so with this one A l o n g story At times I was lost as to what was happening I thought it was different stories for a minute I tried to give up but i find it hard not to follow through with things The only thing that made me follow through was that my father in law is Italian and worked on the snowy hydro scheme I pictured Nonno who we sadly lost last year I have pictures of him and other workers inside the tunnels on my

  8. says:

    It took me until about half way through the book to start really getting into it and then by the end I couldn t put it down I love the backdrop for the story and visiting all the different countries.

  9. says:

    I love Judy Nunn s books normally But, I was very disturbed reading HERITAGE with the History what the Germans had done She s a great Author It s just the book wasn t for me And although it upset me so, I still continued reading it to the end I had to know what happened to the Characters

  10. says:

    I was a child and teenager in the time of power dams in NZ and in the area there were so many refugees from the war, and our friendship was international as the family had children when came, this has given me great memories this book and so important as historic in the Australian times Stories and such diversity of characters came for freedom and the chance earn put their skills to use it to start a life, just as was in the British Australian and Nz pr

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