The Farmer's Wife is a stark look at what happens after the fairytale ending, Rebecca as before is a frank, intelligent and witty voice of Australian rural women but instead of the rebel farming girl, she is a wife and mother in a lifeless marriage and surrounded by a dying farm.
A interesting mix of a fascinating new farming methods and New age philosophy. All the farming talk could be a little dry to people who are not familiar with rural life, but to me the characters are instantly reconizeable sometimes uncomfortably so, form the staid local farmers to picture perfect polished woman next door with hidden depth they are vividly drawn.
Rebecca even though she can be breathtaking proud and pig headed
I haven't listen to any other performances by Miranda Nation by it was excellent, it's easy to identify each character although her Spainish accent was a bit painful but what Australian can do a good Spainish accent?
I wouldn't it's a very good name
It's a wonderful book harsh and biting in places and inspiring in others, I loved it and I would recommend it whole heartedly
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