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As the Sparks Fly Upwards by Richard Stamp
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As the Sparks Fly Upwards

by Richard Stamp

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AUSTRALIAN. When Mark, a newly ordained young English Anglican priest feels called to work with one of the bush brotherhoods in the Australian outback he discovers that all of his recently acquired book learning is one thing; the learning of human character is another. "Those who read 'As the Sparks Fly Upwards' are placing themselves in the hands of a master storyteller." - John Marsden.… (more)

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