Running the Nullarbor

Running the Nullarbor Times are tough in Western Australia There s a war on though nobody will call it that yet Dan injured in the line of duty now takes in orphaned children until the Red Cross can find a place for the

  • Title: Running the Nullarbor
  • Author: Laney Cairo
  • ISBN: 9781603705899
  • Page: 157
  • Format: Paperback
  • Times are tough in Western Australia There s a war on, though nobody will call it that yet Dan, injured in the line of duty, now takes in orphaned children until the Red Cross can find a place for them He s become an old hand at looking after the kids, running his little hand crank radio, and just surviving That is until Sid rolls up to his house on a motorcycle, claimTimes are tough in Western Australia There s a war on, though nobody will call it that yet Dan, injured in the line of duty, now takes in orphaned children until the Red Cross can find a place for them He s become an old hand at looking after the kids, running his little hand crank radio, and just surviving That is until Sid rolls up to his house on a motorcycle, claiming to be the uncle of the baby girl Dan is currently looking after It isn t that Dan doesn t believe Sid, it s just that the man knows nothing about taking care of babies and Dan doesn t see how Sid is going to manage taking the child across the outback on his bike Heavy bombing in the area prompts Dan to flee eastward with Sid and the baby, but neither Sid nor the baby are your ordinary humans and the so called police action is becoming and of a war every day Will Dan and his companions survive the army, magicians, the war, the outback, and, worst of all, Sid s relatives becoming something than they are

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    About "Laney Cairo"

    1. Laney Cairo

      Laney lives in a queer commune with three of her favourite people and two of her favourite dogs When not writing, she teaches university students about apostrophes, scientific methodology and visual culture In her spare time she photographs fjords and works on being kinder.In her previous professional incarnations she has been a masseuse, owned a genre bookshop and dipped her toes in the civil service In her long distant past Laney has undertaken nude modelling, been a fairy for hire, run murder mystery nights and been a breastfeeding educator but not all at the same time.Laney likes to tell stories about people who could be real, imagined into the future or an alternate reality.Laney would rather curl up with a pot of tea and her laptop than speak to a group of people Laney s favourite word is utterly and her long suffering editor often has the task of restricting her to one per story If you find an extra one she d be utterly, utterly delighted to hear from you at laney at laneycairo dot com.

    662 thoughts on “Running the Nullarbor”

    1. Disclaimer: The author is a friend of mine.Disclaimer 2: I have dithered back and forth as to whether this is worth 3 stars or 4; I've gone with four on the assumption that my first disclaimer is going to cause people to downgrade my rating. Really, I want to give it at 3.5This is a quirky book, being an interesting mix of the post-apocalyptic road trip, fantasy, war, and erotica genres.This is the second time I've read this book, after some years of it sitting on my shelf. There were lots of in [...]


    2. An ok read, but not really fo me. I love it when I read a book and it’s flowing so that it sort of just washes over you. Smoothly and effortless. That was unfortunately not the case with this book. At least not for me. I found it choppy and had to re-read passages. There were no chemistry between the characters and I didn’t find the ending tied up all the loose ends.





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