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In No One's Child, Judith takes you on a haunting pilgrimage to her life 'along the railway tracks, ' with an intense and vivid portrait of Australian life in the 1950s. Maggot infested outside toilets. No electricity. Wandering Gypsies with horses, painted wagons and fearful reputations. Barely tolerated by her mother and disliked by her father, she still remained ...more
Paperback, 214 pages
Published September 17th 2012 by Glass House
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Pete
Jan 06, 2014 Pete rated it it was amazing
This memoir, set in Queensland, Australia, begins in January 1948 when the author was five years old and ends nine years later as fourteen-year-old Judith awaits a train to Brisbane with her family. To reveal the reasons for her being at that railway station, or to explain with whom she waited for the train would be an unforgivable spoiler. For the first time, but not the last in this review, I recommend you read No One's Child and find out for yourself. You won't regret it.

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