This book is about the trials and tribulations of a young girl’s recollections of life in London in the early 1930s1940s, a young woman’s crippling health issues in the 1950s, and then the experience of being an immigrant to Australia in the early 1960s. It’s a remarkable story, one of survival, tenacity, and when it comes down to it, courage and determination to get on and live a life that would provide hope for the future. It’s not your usual biographical book as it contains such gems of imagination that it is actually awe-inspiring. The gift of words is not endowed to everyone but certainly attributed to June, who was able to bring her experiences to life through each page of her memoirs.
THE PUBLICAN'S DAUGHTER