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Language  English
Media type  Print (Paperback)
Followed by  His Other House
Author  Sarah Armstrong
ISBN  1741143691
3.3/5 Goodreads

Publication date  2004
Pages  218
Originally published  2004
Page count  218
Country  Australia
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Publisher  Allen & Unwin, Australia
Similar  Sarah Armstrong books, Other books

Salt Rain is a 2004 novel by Australian novelist Sarah Armstrong.

Contents

Plot summary

After the disappearance of her mother Mae, fourteen-year-old Allie Curran goes to live with her aunt Julia in the small dairy farm where Mae grew up. Allie slowly comes to learn about her heritage, her family, and her mother's story. A reversal of the classic Australian theme of a child lost in the bush.

Reviews

  • Publisher's Weekly
  • Awards and nominations

  • 2005 shortlisted Miles Franklin Literary Award
  • 2005 shortlisted Queensland Premier's Literary Awards — Best Fiction Book
  • References

    Salt Rain (novel) Wikipedia


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