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Feral City

3.67  ·  Rating Details ·  9 Ratings  ·  1 Review
184 pages
Published (first published January 1st 1995)
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Patrick Whitman
p. 165 ''Up ahead I could hear Goats in the Machine playing 'how can you sleep when your beds are burning'.''
I think I remember the gig, but not doing that tune! Fiction is weird. (Goats in the Machine was my band in the 80's ).
Thanks Rosie!
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Dr Rosie Scott is an internationally published award-winning novelist who has also worked in many other fields centring around human rights and social justice.

Her latest novel Faith Singer was included in an international list of ‘50 Essential Reads by living Writers’ compiled by the Guardian, Orange Prize Committee and the Hay Literary Festival. The other Australian writers were Tim Winton and J.
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