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  • Paperback
  • 512 pages
  • Duhový had
  • Barbara Wood
  • Italian
  • 18 July 2018
  • 9788804373612

About the Author: Barbara Wood

Kathryn Harvey, these books are quite different from the Barbara Wood s novels and she, her agent and editor agreed that a pen name would serve to indicate the difference She is an international best selling author with books translated into over 30 languages The reader is transported to exotic countries that Barbara has meticulously researched to provide her fans with a true sense of the culture and history relevant to each story At the heart of every book, is a strong, independent woman Currently, Barbara is busy working on her next story that will, no doubt, showcase an extraordinary heroine in an exciting and intriguing adventure.When not writing, Barbara often takes time to enjoy the work of other authors, and that of a certain well known martial artist, whose name is listed among the Ten things you might not know about Barbara.


10 thoughts on “Duhový had

  1. says:

    4.5 Outback Dreaming Stars for the story and narration Historical fiction lovers with elements of romance will love the Australian exploration of the late 1870s intermixed with the rich cultural history and interesting beliefs of the Aborigines of many decades before From its portrayal of the cultural clashes between the white man and the Aborigines the original inhabitants of Australia to the lack of acceptance among the British gentry of the nouveau rich sheep farmers in Australia, The Dreaming A Novel of Australia provides an interesting glimpse into what life was like for the inhabitants of Australia in this time of transition in its history Moreover, not only is the historical fiction aspect of this novel intriguing and mesmerizing, but the intersecting human relationships are also highly developed and addicting to unravel From the two main characters, an innovative and successful sheep farmer Hugh Westbrook and the woman Joanna Drury who steals his heart when they meet by coincidence upon her arrival in Australia in search of her personal history and a plot of land that was her inheritance , to the aspi...

  2. says:

    I had previously read Soul Flame, a historical tale set in the Middle East by Barbara Wood I found many similarities when I was enjoying The Dreaming The current book is set in 1800s Australia but both show women s ways of life, from differing cultures an arid landscape which yet provides for the people healing wisdom and medicinal herbs travel within the wider area exploration of culture and spirituality Our protagonist Joanna Drury, daughter of a woman who had missionary parents and lived among Aborigines for a few years, sails from England in 1871 to find out what haunts her dreams Today we might say that her ongoing dreams are planted by suggestion after she reads her mother s diary so much Joanna also has a vague deed to a plot of land but as the territories are so fractured and names change, nobody can easily say where the land lies She catches the eye of a good man, but she thus makes enemies We meet the colonial sheep farmers, see their rough ways of life and the cycle of shearing and lambing in the outback, though the red heart was unexplored at this time or explorers had not returned alive and some thought it possibl...

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  5. says:

    I have liked most books by Barbara Wood, but this one seemed overly long It got tiresome hearing over and over about the dog and serpent nightmares Don t get me wrong, the book is well written, perhaps it just wasn t a book that appealed to me at the moment.

  6. says:

    This wasn t a book I had heard about elsewhere and was dying to read it just came across my desk at the library and I snagged it for myself You can t see the cover, but it s intriguing Aboriginal designs and the title The Dreaming a reference to Aboriginal creation stories and subtitle, A Novel of Australia caught my eye Having recently returned from there and being interested in Aboriginal culture and beliefs, I was hopeful that this book would be well researched and give me insight, as well as let me return to the land down under through vivid descriptions on landscape and so on In this goal, it fulfilled my expectations.However, as a story, I found it lacking That s not entirely accurate I enjoyed the story very much As a polished, edited story, I found it lacking This seemed like two different books The first half was the author just laying groundwork for what she thought was going to happen, lots of character development and history Then her characters took off and the story ran away from her By the end, a lot of that backstory was pretty irrelevant but wasn t cut or consolidated, so by the 450th page, it seemed that her editor had said Okay, this has gone on long enough Wrap it up and so she did On the last page There were still characters searching for other characters and it is implied that they are reunited, but not actually done It was a little frustrating, not least because I really liked the characters and wanted t...

  7. says:

    A nice epic story about Australia during nineteenth century I like chapters of this book about Aborigines and their customs and beliefs.

  8. says:

    Volver a la minuciosa narrativa de Barbara Wood es agradable El sue o de Joanna narra la increible aventura de creer en maldiciones, legados, destino, canci n veneno Joanna hija de ingleses, nace en la India y a la muerte de su madre se entera de que es heredera de unas tierras y un legado en las lejanas tierras de Australia Se embarca a buscar esa herencia, lleva en su maleta una ilegble...

  9. says:

    An excellent story of a young woman who travels to Australia to find out about the curse that her mother and she have been living with A finding of oneself.

  10. says:

    I wanted to read it because I wanted to know of history of Australia Before this novel I have know of this a little from movies and a general knowledge, but I wanted to know after A Town Like Alice and The Forgotten Sister Mary Bennet s Pride and Prejudice In this two books only part of the action takes place in Australia but in was enough for me to make me wanting Now I know In other words, it was a good lesson about Australia Further, there are also many other historical facts, from medicine to industrial developments.This book reminded me also of Far from the Madding Crowd because of the sheep If you read Hardy s novel you know the atmosphere Here you will find the same, although sheep breeding isn t a main topic.I like this book for that I could feel Australian spirit white settlers and Aborigines The clash between culture and so on It was priceless.The reading was easy, fast You can take this book to almost any place surroundings and read it without difficulties with concentration and understanding.But, yes, I a...

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