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The Top End of Australia A tropical paradise filled with beauty. Wonder. Danger.

For two young boys growing up in the Northern Territory-half-Aboriginal Jarrah 'Jad' Yindi and his best friend Luke Lawson-the remote beaches and aqua waters of the Top End are a playground of adventure. And as two best friends become young men, true love washes over them like the sea upon the
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Published December 8th 2011 by Dare Empire eMedia Productions
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Shira Anthony
I don't often cry when I read books, but I found myself tearing up at least three times as I read this one. How has it taken me so long to find Geoffrey Knight? *scratches head*

This was an absolutely beautiful love story set in the Australian Outback. Without revealing too much of the plot (it's both a lovely romance and a journey of self-realization), what really struck me about the book was the poetry with which Mr. Knight conveys the emotional context of his characters. The story is really ab
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Snowtulip
4.5

I read the first two stories separately and The Pearl is one of the most beautiful short love stories around.

The sense of place, history, and being are so strong in these stories and completely move me as a reader.

The purity of the love captures my heart.
Dee Wy
Wonderful!! I loved all three stories that make up this trilogy. The Pearl and the Seventh Wave were sold as individual e-books, but part three, Firestick is only available in this edition with all three parts at this time.

Jad and Luke prove over and over again how devoted they are to each other, and it has been truly special to read their story. Australia itself plays and important part in this story too, and makes me wish it wasn't half way round the world, because I really would love to visi
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The beauty of this story will be impossible to capture in a review, so trust me when I say this story was one of the most beautiful, emotional reading experiences I’ve ever had. The story is simple, but is romanticism at its best. Yes, this is a story about two boys in love, but it’s so much more than that. The beautiful imagery, the Aboriginal history and traditions, and the element of mysticism that surround this novel, raise it to another level. I was s
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Tracy
The Pearl is a wonderful read. This is a story about the love that grows between two young friends as they grow into adults. In places this book had me in tears as it is written so beautifully. The main message I got from the story was that we can go looking for more and not see that what we are looking for is what we already have!
This is a book about Love, friendship, family and learning to treasure all that is around us!
Highly recommended!!
Sadonna
Dec 20, 2011 Sadonna rated it 4 of 5 stars
Shelves: mm, pdf
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From palace-hopping across the Rajasthan Desert to sleeping in train stations in Bulgaria, from spinning prayer-wheels in Kathmandu to exploring the skull-gated graveyards of the indigenous Balinese tribes, Geoffrey Knight has been a traveller ever since he could scrape together enough money to buy a plane ticket. Born in Melbourne but raised and educated in countless cities and towns across Austr ...more
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