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  • The Kelly book that exceeds Peter Carey's novel . . . completely felt, viscerally characterised . . . it success as compelling historical narrative . . . the bantering, zesty prose takes you in and keeps you there. But it is FitzSimons' skill at creating a sense of a fully lived inner world that achieves a consistently transformative effect on the reader's mental world - the mark of a very good book indeed.

    Alex McDermott, CANBERRA TIMES

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