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10 thoughts on “Australian Tragic

  1. says:

    While at first this took a little time to take hold of me about halfway through something happened and I became gripped by these poor victims of pathos and warm tales of bathos Of particular mention are the stories of the bush doctor who performed miracles with monkey glands only to have his research lost to a

  2. says:

    Wow I did not want to finish this book It was so intriguing and I found myself so tangled with the sad stories from Australia's dark past that I could have gone on reading foreverThere was new information just as I suspected but I did not expect to be drawn into familiar retelling of stories I had already known The one th

  3. says:

    This non fiction book surrounding the lesser known tales of Australian history was fascinating and well researched but overall fell a bit flat for me I found the introduction the best part as Marx humourously and r

  4. says:

    An interesting book of weird tales from Australian history Some tales I had heard of some I knew nothing of and some were about very familiar people but I side I didn't know While it was all interesting a lot of the information gathered for the stories were from newspaper articles books people etc so the credibility of the facts m

  5. says:

    I loved this book Covering a vast array of social issues some mainstream and contemporary like the plight of immigrants to

  6. says:

    Was an interesting read especially when delving into some of the stories of our history Loved the fact that they didn't always reveal who they were talking about until the end ofthe story especially if they were writing about someone famous Overall a great read

  7. says:

    I love true crime and I cannot lie I also love collections of true crime And I cannot lie about that eitherThis collection is not ex

  8. says:

    I was disappointed in this book I think that was because it was not what I expected Based on the title and the back of the book I thought I w

  9. says:

    Australian Tragic by Jack Marx offers an interesting collection of short non fiction tales describing the many rarely heard and often deeply sad stories of Australian's who have met an untimely death or survived a series of misfortune

  10. says:

    Some interesting stories

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Australian Tragic

Here are stories from Australia's dark heart Of catastrophe and misfortune intrigue and passion betrayal and tragedySome you may think you know others you have never heard of but will capture your imaginationThey range across our past and our pre While at first this took a little time to take hold of me about halfway through something happened and I became gripped by these poor victims of pathos and warm tales of bathos Of particular mention are the stories of the bush doctor who performed miracles with monkey glands only to have his research lost to a funeral pyre and the anger inducing anecdotes of injustice to simple warm hearted working folk and felines through nothing but cold greed or apathy These are tales that will haunt me as they obviously did Marx when he wasn t fearing alien abduction that is you ll have to read the book Eually fascinating is the fresh angle Marx gives to familiar tragedies such as Steve Irwin as a study in media back flipping that would make Rupert Murdoch look idealistic Martin Bryant through the eyes of his father s conundrum and Micheal Hutchence as he would be considered had he not pranced around impersonating Jim Morrison in front of some fortunate synth players but rather just been some bloke in the corner of the local beer garden By the end I put Australian Tragic on a par with what I consider Marx s masterpiece Sorry The Wretched Tale of Little Stevie Wright wwwgoodreadscombookshow4450564S Buy it for someone for Honika or Christmas then borrow it back before you leave Or like me just knick it from Tug Dumbly s kitchen when he s pissed BDF Mount série tome 3 - L'empire du mal passion betrayal and tragedySome you may think you know others you have never heard of but will capture your imaginationThey range across our Entrepreneurial Vernacular past and our Advanced C Programming by Example pre While at first this took a little time to take hold of me about halfway through something happened and I became gripped by these Poslije svega (After, poor victims of Die Herrenschneiderei pathos and warm tales of bathos Of Calling Cards: Uncover Your Calling particular mention are the stories of the bush doctor who Cities of God performed miracles with monkey glands only to have his research lost to a funeral Gravitys Rainbow pyre and the anger inducing anecdotes of injustice to simple warm hearted working folk and felines through nothing but cold greed or apathy These are tales that will haunt me as they obviously did Marx when he wasn t fearing alien abduction that is you ll have to read the book Eually fascinating is the fresh angle Marx gives to familiar tragedies such as Steve Irwin as a study in media back flipping that would make Rupert Murdoch look idealistic Martin Bryant through the eyes of his father s conundrum and Micheal Hutchence as he would be considered had he not Daisy Malone and the Blue Glowing Stone pranced around impersonating Jim Morrison in front of some fortunate synth Pretend God Is Deaf players but rather just been some bloke in the corner of the local beer garden By the end I Cased Images & Tintypes KwikGuide put Australian Tragic on a Las Puertas Del Amor par with what I consider Marx s masterpiece Sorry The Wretched Tale of Little Stevie Wright wwwgoodreadscombookshow4450564S Buy it for someone for Honika or Christmas then borrow it back before you leave Or like me just knick it from Tug Dumbly s kitchen when he s Discoveries pissed BDF

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Sent the hearbreaking story of the fire at Luna Park; the unstoppable opportunist who snatched innocent men and women from Palm Island to be part of PT Barnum's 'Greatest Show on Earth'; a world class boxer who lost his battle with alcohol and en I loved this book Covering a vast array of social issues some mainstream and contemporary like the plight of immigrants to Australia and some reinterpreting some little known history this book is accessible and educational for anyone whether they be a historian or an everyday person Great read

READ ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Jack Marx

Ded up in an unmarked American grave; Steve Irwin who was written off as a joke by the media only to be hailed as a hero on his sudden death; and a man who heroically survived a war to find himself crushed and defeated by events much closer to ho Australian Tragic by Jack Marx offers an interesting collection of short non fiction tales describing the many rarely heard and often deeply sad stories of Australian s who have met an untimely death or survived a series of misfortunes Some of the stories concern famous folk and others average Australians The pieces cover examples of extreme tragedy poor luck mental illness and general stupidity It is well research and a very easy read A must for anyone with an interest in the lesser known aspects of Australian cultural history

  • Paperback
  • 369
  • Australian Tragic
  • Jack Marx
  • en
  • 23 April 2019
  • 9780733623417