Dancing on Coral

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HarperCollins Publishers Australia, Aug 29, 2001 - Australian fiction - 264 pages
Lark Watter, the student daughter of Henry and Mrs Watter embarks on a voyage of self-discovery with a mixture of courage and innocent hopefulness - her ensuing adventures are full of profound comedy and people by awful characters, and all is related with Adams' trademark zany wit, sophistication and narrative exuberance.

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I thought it was a stupid story. I don't know how I finished it. Maybe I kept hoping that the characters would become a bit more understandable but they just got more annoying. I chose this book ... Read full review

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An Australian Candide, innocent and spunky, 18-year-old Lark Watters is eager to escape stifling Sydney and her addled though doting parents. Embarking on a mysterious freighter with a college friend ... Read full review

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