Adam's Empire - Evan Green Reviews
Description:ISBN 708832741 / Genre: Fiction / Author: Evan Green / Edition: New edition / Paperback / 764 Pages / Book is published 1987-07-09 by Time Warner Paperbacks
Newest Review: ... of their skin, and the fact Jimmy is a lot more world wise, Jimmy is very similar to Adam and they work well as a great team. ... more
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'Adam's Empire' is a fictional novel written by an Australian author, Evan Green. Written back in 1986, this is a 756 page epic adventure set mainly in the Australian outback and covering a long and interesting period in Australian history between 1919 and 1936. The main character is Adam Ross, a white man who is fairly illiterate in terms of reading and writing, but very knowledgable about survival in the drought ridden Australian plains. We are introduced to young Adam at a time of great tragedy. He is with his father in a broken down car, slowly dying from dehydration. It is touch and go whether they will make it, and unfortunately, Adam's father dies ... Read the complete review
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