Glowing reviews continue to roll in for CRACK HARDY. Professor Ross Fitzgerald, writing in Spectrum in the Sydney Morning Herald, describes it as ‘a fine and important book,’ and ‘deeply moving.’
In the Weekly Times, Andrew Mole characterizes CRACK HARDY as ‘the most remarkable, most human, and most fragile record of the birth of the Anzac.’
Such reviews mirror the view of Professor Bill Gammage of ANU, who, at the Australian national launch in Canberra on April 14, said of CRACK HARDY: ‘It is an epic. To be memorable, an epic needs powerful writing, and here it is.’
For more detailed excerpts from the latest reviews go to the ‘Crack Hardy’ page in the ‘Books’ section of this website.
Meanwhile, Stephen’s blogs are now appearing on the Random House Australia website.
And, large print and braille editions of CRACK HARDY are now available from Read How You Want online.