“Goodbye Crackernight” – Review in 9 to 5 Magazine.
Hi, All. We’ve received another nice review, this time in Nine To Five, a magazine targeted at the well-groomed young female commuter, text as follows…
BOOK – GOODBYE CRACKERNIGHT – Justin Sheedy – (Sid Harta)
“A nostalgic memoir of times gone by, Justin Sheedy’s Goodbye Crackernight is a comic recollection of growing up in 1970s Australia. His story is a simple one, but it’s one that will resonate with anyone in their 30s who grew up in 1970s Australia. Think back to second-hand bikes over Playstations, fireworks, scanning the skies for UFOs, lime green Valiants, Sunny Boy ice blocks and electric pink hotpants. Sheedy’s read is light, warm and fuzzy and it’s easy to feel at one with the author. There’s a particularly good look at the transition of Australia from white bread society the multiculturalism of today.”
Thanks to all at Nine To Five!
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