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Flight of fantasy: Tracy Sorensen on ‘The Lucky Galah’

Tracy Sorensen’s The Lucky Galah (Picador, March) recounts the lives of ordinary Australians from the 1960s until the 2000s, as narrated by a galah called Lucky. The conceit is handled ‘with a deft touch so that the characters come to life as vividly as the ideas’, writes reviewer Lorien Kaye....

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