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India Dark

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Author:  Kirsty Murray
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Madras 1910: Poesy and Tilly are caught up in a scandal that will change their lives forever. Singing and dancing across a hundred stages as memebers of a troupe of Australian child performers, they travel by steam train to the heart of India. But as one disaster follows another, money rus short and tempers fray. What must the girls do to protect themselves, and how many lives will be ruined if they try to break free?

India Dark is a story of things kept secret, of conflicting wills and desires, set against the heart and dust of a lost empire.

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Nov 11,2011
5

This book is amazing and I love it to death!


If you are a performer than you will love it especially but it is amazing anyway.


I really urge you to read this it's great!

Nov 11,2011
5

This book is amazing and I love it to death!


If you are a performer than you will love it especially but it is amazing anyway.


I really urge you to read this it's great!

Nov 11,2011
5

I have read and re-read this book so many times. The first time I tried to read it, I managed the first few chapters and then got bored. Soon after, I re-read it and this time finished it. I've now read it so many times! It's a really gripping book. It's full of adventure, friends, culture and emotions. All of this combined creates this awesome book!!! India Dark is now one of my favourites!

 

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