Snow Gum River

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Snow Gum River is a literary short fiction piece that unfolds around a Bushranging gang in New South Wales, Australia during the late 1800s. With the increasing effectiveness of the police, Margaret and Clarence find it growing more difficult to escape capture and punishment, forcing them to have to make decisions they never would have considered before.
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Words: 2,780
Language: Australian English
ISBN: 9781310185083
About Benedicte Parthenay

Benedicte is a twenty-something Creative Writing graduate from Edith Cowan University. Her degree focused on a Writing major with minors in Children's Literature and English. Her main interests include science-fiction, fantasy and historical fiction (in all forms), gaming, writing and researching, with the prospects of one day becoming a published author. She also created and runs the blog Not Your Average Damsels where she discusses a range of topics and reviews movies, books and television.

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Review by: MeghanT on Oct. 03, 2015 :
Great story, particularly enjoyed the ending! I liked that it was from a female perspective! I also liked that the ending is fairly ambiguous.
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Review by: Alexandra Davies on May 31, 2014 :
Great story, Benedicte. I enjoyed it and think Maggie is an interesting character.
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Review by: Wendy Beach on May 22, 2014 :
Thanks for the interesting read. The female bush-ranger's character is well developed. Enjoyable :)
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Review by: Red Jackson on May 22, 2014 :
Good job of eliciting empathy for the antihero, female version of Ned Kelly. I enjoyed the tension and atmosphere of this story.
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