The House at Salvation Creek

The House at Salvation Creek Continuing The Story Of Susan Duncan S Much Loved Memoir, Salvation Creek, This Book Picks Up After Bob And Susan Marry And, Two Years Later, Move From Her Tin Shed Into His Pale Yellow House On The High, Rough Hill, Tarrangaua, Built For The Iconic Australian Poet, Dorothea Mackellar Set Against The Backdrop Of The Small, Close Knit Pittwater Community With Its Colorful Characters And Quirky History, This Story Is About What Happens When You Open The Door To Life, Adventure, And Love But It S Also About Mothers And Daughters, As Susan Confronts Her Mother S New Frailty And Her Own Role In What Has Always Been A Difficult Relationship Where Salvation Creek Was About Mortality Living Life In The Face Of Death The House Is About Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone And Embracing Challenges, At Any Age In Turn Funny And Moving, Susan Duncan S Beautifully Written Sequel Reminds Us To Honor What Matters In Life, And To Disregard What Really Doesn T. Interesting Its mainly about living in Dorothea Mackellars house in Pittwater and trying to find out about the house Its also about the community there and life Its pretty life affirming and positive despite the book beginning with her brother and husband dying within 3 days of each other, her getting cancer but surviving and then her next door neighbours wife also gets cance
As a continuation of Salvation Creek, this book continues the life of Susan Duncan in her life post cancer It was beautifully written and a book that reminded me how wonderful the small things in our everyday lives should be cherished and enjoyed Friends, family, love and food I loved this book Susan Duncan has an amazing writing style that really captures the imagination Although this is not a novel, it is true life, which shows what an amazing writer she is I couldn t wait for reading time each night to escape into the adventures Susan and Bob shared Looking forward t
Did not enjoy Feltlike a cash in on book one I also started not to like the author I do admire her honesty. This was such a lovely memoir Susan Duncan is a great storyteller, her words flowed beautifully.I liked this one as much as the first one and looking forward to reading A Life On Pittwater. Listened to as an audio book read by the author Susan Duncan Duncan whilst not a professional reader was preety good Both her reading of her story and the story itself was such that I didn t want to put it down Interesting historical information on Dorethea McKellar, both
Very disappointing The first book was definitely better, and seemed to havepurpose Although this book explored who the architect of Dorothy McKellar s house may have been, it wasn t a particularly interesting issue for me, and to be honest I dont really mind who it was I found this b
An excellent little book which really does stand as a testament to what people are capable of coping with, without the usual decline into melodrama and pathos You really wish you could sit down, share a bottle of wine and some wonderful lemon cake with this amazingly resilien
A memoir, continuing Susan s story from Salvation Creek, as she marries Bob and settles eveninto life at Pittwater I love the sense of community there magic for the residents This book investigates the history of the house Tarrangaua, originally Dorothea McKellar s Fascinating. Follow up to her first biography, this is less of a novel anda collection of stories It doesn t really have a plot, but islike sitting and having a chat with someone Because of that it took me a while to get into it, but by the end I quite liked it it sabout a state of being and a mood than a novel.

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  • Paperback
  • 400 pages
  • The House at Salvation Creek
  • Susan Duncan
  • English
  • 12 August 2017
  • 1863256482