[BOOK] The First President BY Valda Marshall – latinboyz4play.com
BOOK The First President BY Valda Marshall – latinboyz4play.com
Charming read about an illegitimate child social standing love and Australia becoming a republic. It is the year 1920 The Prince of Wales is visiting Adelaide as art of his royal tour of Australia and the royal arty is staying at Adelaide's Government House Extra house staff is hired for the important visit and Lily a beautiful young country girl is one of them When Lily comes face to face with the Prince history is forever changed Fast forward to the year 2016 Noelene Jones one of Australia's most celebrated opera singers has decided to retire from the world of entertainment and is looking forward to the uiet life.
The book finishes erfectly making the reader uestion whether they would have chosen the same ath. She decides that her first roject as a regular citizen will be to renovate and bring back to life her grandmother's dilapidated cottage in the Adelaide Hills Meanwhile the Prime Minister a man of cunning with an over inflated ego is busy trying to orchestrate the country's historic and complicated transition from Monarchy to Republic The biggest uestion on everyone's lips is who will become the First President Noelene although a staunch republic supporter has no interest in the job But the Australian ublic has other ide.
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As that of the rotagonistEndearing and easy read for an wet afternoon flight or one of those day. As and Mike a friendly reporter who is making a documentary about Noelene's life is overly encouraging But when Mike and Noelene investigate an interesting discovery at her Adelaide Hills cottage the line between Monarchy and Republic becomes inextricable tangled Part love story Stripes of Gehenna partolitical satire 'The First President' is a thrilling read from start to finish and with 'Australia as a republic' firmly on the current government's agenda it Cheerleader For Hire provides an interestingreview of the ossible future of our nation as a republic.