A Wonderful Australian Tale of Love and Hardship

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Monaro follows an Australian family from the late Victorian era to the near present. The story describes in exquisite detail, the tragedies and the happier times of the Wakefield Family, together with periods in Australian and World history which were fraught with hardships and devastation.

Monaroo, LLC proudly releases a great Australian novel, Monaro by the Late Alyn Marland. Monaro is presented by the late author's daughter, Katharine and her husband, Major Shawn Carr (USMC).

Monaro represents the great Australian spirit. The main characters of the novel, the Wakefield Family begin their story in the Victorian era and end it during the Vietnam War. The work describes in great detail the hardships, the loves and the lives of this family and others interwoven into their story. The work personifies what it is to be Australian and especially during periods of great conflict and distress. The writer has been able to create an experience that enables the reader to feel as though they too are taking the journey with the Wakefield Family.

One reviewer has said:-

"....The author has managed to describe a time in Australia's history when life was hard and the enduring Australian spirit was everywhere to be seen. The great Australian "mateship" is prevalent throughout this story and this "mateship" is what made Australia the great country that it is today...."

"...The descriptions of the Wakefield Family and their struggles through tragedy and happier times is vivid and all encompassing...."

Monaroo, LLC invites you to take the journey with the Wakefield Family.

Monaro by the Late Alyn Marland is a 364 page paperback and has a retail price of $25.00. The ISBN is: 9781453772232. This edition of Monaro is published by Monaroo, LLC of Seattle, Washington. If you require more information or you would like to request a review copy, please feel free to contact Monaroo, LLC at TheCarrs(at)Monaroo(dot)com or telephone: 253 365 8766.

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