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  1. It sounds like Australia has become a nation of immigrants, much we like in the U.S. and Canada are. Whenever I hear of a new, young writer from Australia, they seem to have always immigrated there. You’ve got me interested; I like how the father isn’t simply an oppressive force in her life, and that scene with the necklace stands out.

  2. Yes it was definitely frustrating at times, but really insightful too, simply because it’s a life and perspective I wouldn’t come across in my day-to-day life

  3. The father figure is really fascinating. He can be sooo frustrating, but she still cares for him so deeply, it’s one of the best parts of the book actually

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