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If the author hadn’t masqueraded this book as a memoir to the reading public this would have been a 5-star read and I would have passed it onto at least 3 people.

Provocative and thought provoking story that provides a glimpse into the Aboriginal culture. Her photo is too in-congruent with my stereotype of the type of woman who would experience this kind of a life.

Thanks for telling us zoc the problem. Your rating austra,ije been recorded. Trivia About Mutant Message Do While reading it, I thoroughly enjoyed it and felt like I was learning a lot from it. View all subjects More like this Similar Items. The E-mail Address es you entered is are not in a valid format. Add a review and share your thoughts with other readers. Much later I would understand that the releasing of attachment to objects and certain beliefs was already indelibly written as a very necessary step in my human progress toward being.

I recommend reading the book since it’s very interesting and causes you to consider a totally different perspective on everything that is ‘Life as You Presently See It. BookOnline – Google Books. Take one “memoirist”, add a fictionalized account of a walkabout with an Aboriginal tribe, claim it is true but don’t allow anyone to know your sources while claiming it is to protect the sources and voila!

Check copyright status Cite this Title Tihi zov Australije: The author seemed to go between needing an interpreter’s help during the simplest of conversations and having complex discussions with members of the tribe without the interpreter present. I won’t spend anymore time thinking about it beyond the discussion in my book group in a couple of days. On the other hand as I read the book some things struck me as odd.


At any water area, the people used the same spot from which to drink.

Aboriginal Australians — Fiction. Croatian View all editions and formats Rating: In less than two minutes they are gone.

Tihi zov Australije

Login to add to list. Cite this Austrqlije this Austtalije to favourites Print this page. This was a reread at the urging of a friend; the first reading was twenty years ago.

Croatian View all editions and formats. Fiction Adventure fiction Material Type: After all, if one uses resources faster than they can be replenished sooner or later they will run out, and we have not yet figured out a way to make natural gas and oil or grow trees faster than it happens in nature. I watched lizard races, insects grooming themselves, and found hidden pictures in stone and sky.

Regardless of the controversy and this turning out to be a work of fiction, tiyi not a documentary, it is a nicely written book with great messages and reminders that most of us stranded too far from nature and we ought to listen to our bodies and natural surroundings more and ausralije the planet and its diverse people on it.

Please verify that you are not a robot. When we took water from a rocky crevice, I was taught how Pretty good story, and definitely sounds like an incredible adventure she took.

I chose to read the book as fiction and was struck by it on two levels. Then I zo the mistake of googling the author after I finished the book. I lived down in Australia for two years and roamed the out back and there is no way ANYONE of those people took this person in and taught her anything.

I enjoyed reading this book — it has been severely criticized for being “made up” but this book is categorized and shelved as fiction not a memoir!!!! They know truth, but auetralije is buried under thickening and spices of convenience, materialism, insecurity, and fear.

To ask other readers questions about Tihi zov Australijeplease sign up. Lists with This Book. This reading has caused me to be very aware of excesses in my life even when I routinely make it a point not to accumulate a lot. Then the departing person sits down in the sand and shuts down the body systems. Order a copy Zog or permission restrictions may apply. I still recommend austra,ije, Aboriginal people are truly great people, either way.


Tihi zov Australije — Reader Q&A

It is a book after all, regardless of whether it’s a novel or a memoir. Don’t have an account?

Linked Data More info about Linked Data. I don’t know much about the Aboriginal culture or peoples, but I have always been fascinated with older, native tribes of any continent, hence why I picked this book up in the first place. To ask other readers questions about Tihi zov Australijeplease sign up.

What would a tribe that appeared to have no ego, no negativity, nothing but love and support and acceptance need a Secret Keeper for? Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours.

I have read both the book and the articles protesting it, as well as the account of the statement Ms When this book was originally published in it was promoted as nonfiction and in the foreword the author says that the story the reader is about to discover is a true account of what happened to her in Australia.

The writing was pretty consistent with what I’d expect from a first novel by a person with no literary aspirations, although it was polished by the Harper Collins team of experts and therefore is generally smoother reading than some independently-published books I’ve seen over the last year.

Mutant message Down Under. View online Borrow Buy Freely available Show 0 more links Charles Sturt Library Service. Granted its only pages, but still I don’t normally read a book in Take one “memoirist”, add a fictionalized account of a walkabout with an Aboriginal tribe, claim it is true but don’t allow anyone to know your sources while claiming it is to protect the sources and voila! Citations are based on reference standards.