Ep: 52 Tracy Sorensen – The Lucky Galah

It’s 1969 and a remote Australian coastal town is poised to play its part in the Moon Landing. An influx of expat NASA employees working at the tracking station on the sand dune just out of town shake things up.

A pink and grey galah cockatoo emerges from a cage at the back door of the Kelly household and uncovers some tightly-held secrets.

She threads these playfully through the story of her own rising and falling fortunes in what we call the lucky country.

Read more about Tracy Sorensen here

My 6 word synopsis: An uncaged bird dishes the dirt

One comment

  1. How utterly fabulous! Loved the recordings of the moon landing, took me right back to 1969. The book sounds wonderful, filled with quirky, small town characters. Tracey has a fantastic and delightful imagination. It’s going to the top of my list on your great recommendation. Thanks Rose.


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