By Jessi Hammond
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Published: Jan. 31, 2013
Words: 3,884 (approximate)
Language: Australian English
A Davis Bay story
Ally has never missed an Anzac Day parade. But while everyone else can see only the living soldiers, Ally can also see those who had passed marching beside them.
Ally’s mother had hated and feared the family gift, but her grandfather encouraged Ally to accept it.
And that gift would make this Anzac Day both heartbreaking and special...
A Davis Bay story
Ally had never missed an Anzac Day parade. Both her dead father and her grandfather, Leo, were war veterans. But while everyone else could see only the living soldiers, Ally could also see those who had passed marching beside them.
Ally’s mother had hated and feared the family gift, but Leo encouraged Ally to accept it.
And that gift would make this Anzac Day both heartbreaking and special for them both…
, womens fiction
, anzac day
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