Born in Darwin in 1929, Jacqueline's childhood was spent in a succession of bush towns before she was sent to school in Darwin. Returning to her beloved territory, Jacqueline met and married stockman Ken Hammar, and they moved to a vast property in one of the most inaccessible areas of Australia.
With only a kerosene stove, scant possessions and a bed, Jacqueline’s determination and courage helped her survive many hardships as they created a prosperous 1,000,000 acre cattle station.
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Quite boring if not into horses and cattle.
Didn't enjoy much of this book.
Spoken more about indigenous Australia and explained words and concepts not heard before to those outside of Australia. Other than that, couldn't change anything else.
I thought she read the book well generally.
This book wasn't for me bbut am glad I listened to it all the way through at least. wouldn't listen to again.
- jillian grant