This stunning sequel to Adam's Empire, centred on his remote sheep station Kalinda, tracks the development of Adam's family. Having grown up as a poor orphan child, Adam finds himself financially secure, in love and a father. But Adam's new found bliss is short lived. His relationship with his lover, Nellie, collapses under societal pressure and lawyers are threatening to take away his young daughter.
When WWII breaks out, Adam enlists in the army and finds himself stationed in Nazi-occupied Greece. Heartbroken and far away from everything he knows, will he decide to give love another chance?
As the decades pass, the lives of Adam and his family will intertwine in ways they never expected.
Evan Green began his career as a journalist in New South Wales. In 1953, a serendipitous conversation in the corridors of the Sydney Morning Herald promoted the young Evan to motoring editor and launched a career that would entwine his passion for motoring with his interest in writing. His career as a respected multimedia personality, international rally driver and the author of seven novels and four non -fiction books spanned forty adventurous years. His debut novel, From Alice to Nowhere, was a critically acclaimed bestseller that was later adapted into a film.