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The Daughters of Mars

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The Daughters of Mars
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AuthorTom Keneally
CountryAustralia
LanguageEnglish
PublisherVintage, Australia
Publication date
2012
Media typePrint (Paperback)
Pages592
ISBN9781864712254
Preceded byThe People's Train 
Followed byShame and the Captives 

The Daughters of Mars is a 2012 novel by Australian novelist Tom Keneally.

Plot summary

Sally and Naomi Durance are two nurses from country New South Wales who are shipped to Egypt during World War I end up on the Red Cross hospital ship Archimedes, stationed in the Dardanelles. The novel follows the sisters through that campaign and on to northern Europe.

Notes

  • Dedication:

To the two nurses,
Judith and Jane

Reviews

  • The Guardian[1]
  • The Sydney Morning Herald[2]
  • The Telegraph[3]

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References

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