Ride on Stranger
The compelling, heart-wrenching tale of Shannon Hicks, unwanted as a child, and now trying to find where she belongs. Set during the Marxist movement of the 1930s, award-winning author Kylie Tennant evocatively and convincingly paints Sydney as a city on the brink of revolution. The ever-changing landscape Shannon finds herself in breeds discontent and restlessness—not unlike the Social Media Age readers find themselves in today.
Kylie Tennant AO, is best known as the author of the novels The Battlers (1941), winner of the ALS Gold Medal in 1942, Lost Haven (1946) and this one, Ride On Stranger, first published in 1943.