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The One They Call Feral-Rhyming Poetry Version - cover

The One They Call Feral-Rhyming Poetry Version

Walu Feral

Publisher: Walu Feral

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Written entirely in rhyming poetry is the story of Ricky, a fourteen-year-old Caucasian boy from suburban Melbourne, who escapes years of childhood abuse and hitch-hikes over four-thousand kilometres, to the town of Marble Bar, in the far Northwest of Western Australia. He is found living in a cave, alone, by remnant members of the Nyamal tribe, a small group, still living a nomadic existence.

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