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Julie Harris is the Australian author of The Longest Winter, Anna's Gold, The Site, No Exit, The Diamond Factory, Beyond Laughter, An Absence of Angels, Kizzy, The Edge of Nowhere, and many more. She has been published in Australia, USA, UK, Germany and France.
Her writing, which crosses most genres, has been compared to Harper Lee and Jack London.
Julie lives with her husband in a small country town on the Darling Downs in Queensland, Australia.
A selection of comments on Julie's stories include:
"The Longest Winter is the best book I have ever read!!! I love your books!!!
Julie, I am 70 years old and I read 3-4 books a week. "The Longest Winter" is by far the best I have EVER read ... a great pleasure to read and true literary treasure.
I am a Swiss geography teacher and I will recommend your book to my students.
A wonderful story so incredibly written that I could see each scene unfolding. It was like watching a movie. I can't wait to read all your other books.
I almost took a vacation day just so I could read No Exit. I could not wait to finish reading. Julie Harris has found a fan in me.
Julie Harris did it again. I loved her mix of paranormal and mystery in A Tear of Blood and she didn't disappoint with No Exit.
Julie, I just read The Site. Great book. Thanks and keep up the good work.
A Tear of Blood kept me guessing. There were twists and turns throughout the plot that kept me on my toes and my nose in the book.
I really hope that the author turns it into a series."
on Dec. 12, 2011 :
This book was a sheer delight to read...i enjoyed every minute of it...!!! Great appeal across all ages...and will capture the imagination of all who read it!...I would love to see the book included in library and school readings...kids would totally love this book being read to them...top marks to the author...!
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Sep. 11, 2011 :
I already knew that this novella was shortlisted in the Text Publishing Junior Fiction competition in 2010, and now that I’ve read it I understand why. It’s a funny, sad and at times suspenseful, engaging read for little kids AND big kids. Everyone needs a critter like this – where can I get one?
(reviewed within a week of purchase)