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Fishing for Stars - **THIS IS A PREOWNED COPY IN GOOD CONDITION. OBVIOUS WEAR TO COVERS, AND TANNING TO EDGES OF PAGES. OTHERWISE, IN GREAT SHAPE. PLEASE CONTACT BOOKWARE CUSTOMER SERVICE FOR MORE DETAILS**

by: Courtenay Bryce

On-line Price: $14.50 (includes GST)

Paperback package 608

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Retail Price: $32.95

Publisher: VIKING,03/08/2009

Category: Level:

ISBN: 0670072753
ISBN13: 9780670072750

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Nick Duncan is a semi-retired, wealthy shipping magnate who lives in idyllic Beautiful Bay, Vanuatu, where he is known as the old patriarch of the islands.  He is grieving the loss of his Eurasian true love, Anna, and is suffering for the first time from disturbing flashbacks to the Second World War.

So he puts pen to paper and tells the compelling tale of the life he has lived since his war-hero days - a life of adventure, ambition, and fortunes made and lost.  A life that has had at its heart the love of two passionate and unforgettable - but very different - women.

The seductive Anna Til and the beguiling Marg Hamilton have spent a lifetime in contest for Nick's devotion.  Nick remains torn between them, and struggles between their two opposing worlds of economic exploitation and environmental crusade - until he is called upon to referee . . .

Moving between the exotic Pacific Islands, Japan and Australia, over several decades, Fishing for Stars is an epic drama of adventure, ambition and unconventional love, and the stunning sequel to Bryce Courtenay's best-selling The Persimmon Tree.


'The wait is over' SUNDAY TASMANIAN

'More epic human spirit stuff from Oz's best of the bestsellers' GEELONG ADVERTISER

'Thrilling' GOLD COAST BULLETIN

'Certain to join its predecessors on the bestsellers lists' LAUNCESTON EXAMINER

'A sweeping yarn about passion' DAILY TELEGRAPH