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CALL OF THE BLACK COCKATOO

Lawrence, Helen [cover design and map by L. C. T. Rowe]

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ISBN 10: 1587215748 / ISBN 13: 9781587215742
Published by [1stBooks Library] [2000], no place, 2000
Condition: Good Soft cover
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no place: [1stBooks Library] [2000]. Good. 2000. First Edition. Trade Paperback. 1587215748 . Possible first edition [although the copyright page does note "rev. 9/6/00]. This copy has been signed by the author on the half-title page. Novel: the author "delves into the pre-literate history of Tasmania with the ai of simulating further discovery in this little known corner of the world.Interwoven is a present day story of researchers who explore a cave in Tasmania's south-west wilderness for evidence of human habitation". Pictorial wrappers, 576+ pages. Good only copy [spine rolled and creased, cover and upper corner creasing, scattered smudge-staining to the fore-edge] with an "AUTOGRAPHED COPY" sticker affixed to the front cover.; Signed by Author . Bookseller Inventory # 59564

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Title: CALL OF THE BLACK COCKATOO

Publisher: [1stBooks Library] [2000], no place

Publication Date: 2000

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition:Good

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition.

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Rise in sea level and dramatic climate change is the backdrop to this story. The temporary land link between Australia and Tasmania disintegrated during the lifetimes of Luka, a reluctant hero, and Gili, enchanting in her steadfast love for him. Long, long ago, these people were trapped by the sea. Two disruptive seductresses, Yileen and Nahkali, deeply affect relationships within the coastal Werri, Luka and Gili's clan, and the Yalambi mountain folk, Nahkali's clan.
Interwoven is a present day story of researchers who explore a cave in Tasmania's south-west wilderness for evidence of human habitation.

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