Wanderers No More

Wanderers No More

by Michelle Saftich


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ISBN-13: 9781925652062
Publisher: Odyssey Books
Publication date: 08/20/2017
Pages: 292
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

Michelle Saftich resides in Brisbane, Australia, with her husband and two children. She holds a Bachelor of Business/Communications Degree majoring in journalism from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT). For the past twenty years, she has worked in communications, including print journalism, sub-editing, communications management and media relations. In 1999, she was named National Winner for Best News Story in the ASNA (Australian Suburban Newspaper Awards). Born and raised in Brisbane, she spent ten years living in Sydney, and two years in Osaka, Japan, where she taught English.

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Cherylkochbooks More than 1 year ago
Mrs. Saftich crafts a beautiful story of a loving family, who endures hardship only to find a home. To quote Martino "They came with a suitcase and their dreams and finally brought a house. And in the land of kangaroos, amongst the hard work, the learning of a language and the sharing of cultures, they established a home. That's what it was all about." I did not know that this was the sequel to Port of No Return. This book did not read like a sequel. This is a good thing for readers like me who have not read the first book as this book can be read as a stand alone novel. Instantly, I fell in love with the Saforo family. All of the family members were great in their own way. Although, I had a soft spot for Martino and Nonna. I loved when Martino would be feel down and Nonna would sneak him a piece of chocolate. Then there was the point in the story when Martino overcame a horrific accident. The story takes the Saforo family form the 1950's to 1979. It was nice to see the progression from the family starting out and learning about their new homeland to becoming established and loved by many. A truly heartfelt story that will touch you long after you have finished the last page.