Izzy Simpson was raised on Gumleaf her family's property and longs to take it over one day. But her father won't have a bar of it. He has never recovered from the accident that killed Issy's sister and to complicate matters Izzy is falling for her dead sister's boyfriend. But everyone enjoys a happy ending under the wide blue Australian sky.
I really enjoyed this book. It is well written, easy to read, and in fact it is such a good representation of a young adult growing up in the West Australian wheatbelt that it could almost be a history book.
what a great story. This is an enjoyable read. And it involves family life that is realistic.
You would probably say that the author has researched this quite well or has had some farm life of her own. I would recommend this as a nice australian story.
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