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Where The Rainbow Fell Down

NZ$34.50

By Lynette Robinson

Paperback | English

5.0 (2 reviews)

Set in mid-century New Zealand, Robinson takes the reader on a spellbinding journey back to post-war New Zealand and beyond. She then brings us forward as she shares our nation’s triumphs and tragedies – alongside her own personal ones.

Robinson was tormented by the four deadly fears she inherited from her mother – God, the Devil, her Father and the Catholic Church. Although a feisty child with a dazzling measure of determination, this did not save her from coercion into marriage to an older man when she was a teenager. Years of marital unhappiness follow.

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Additional information

ISBN
9780473233389
Dimensions
225 × 160 mm
Format
Paperback | 280 pages
Publication Date
31-JAN-2013
Publisher
B.J. & L.M. Coker Family Trust
Language
English
Printed by
The CopyPress

2 reviews for Where The Rainbow Fell Down

  1. heathertee@xtra.co.nz

    I read this book many years ago now- but the sad story at first turning to love winning in the end has stayed with me.
    A must read.

  2. Margaret

    There are so many aspects to this incredible tale –
    A girl traumatized by her parents and the catholic church.
    A boy coerced into the priesthood.
    A love story between a priest and a divorcee.
    Engaging historic insight into postwar NZ.
    This is a truly wonderful book.

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