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Tracy Sorensen’s ‘The Lucky Galah’

‘It is testament to debut author Tracy Sorensen’s talent that, against all odds, choosing to have a galah narrate her novel never becomes gimmicky. Somehow the reader suspends disbelief and embraces Lucky, a quirky cocky who can receive messages from the decommissioned satellite dish in her red-dusted town in northern...

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