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Murray River and invests some of her inheritance in the paddle steamer called PS Philadelphia Her life is changed forever when she meets paddle steamer captain Brenton Edwards She is torn between the hars All the Rivers Run is a delightful story of the escapades of a fiery young woman and her steamboat exploits It left an indelible impression on me the movie was eually terrific thanks to the young actress Sigrid Thornton who played Delie GordonDelie was beautiful fiery high spirited and passionate Raw untamed unbridled and bursting with fire and life truly ahead of her time by about a hundred years

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All the Rivers Run

H beauty of life on the river with its adventures and the society life in Melbourne with her blossoming career as a painter It is an adventure and a love story between her the men in her life and the river A beautiful piece of writing Found myself drawn in and travelling in time to the 19th century Australia which held so much adventure for this wonderful woman Cato paints a portrait of not only the breathtaking landscape along the rivers but also illustrates the tough life of a woman in such times The kind of book that makes you reflect on how uickly life goes by reminding us to hold dear what we have now and to make the best of what life gives us

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All The Rivers Run follows the life of English girl Philadelphia Gordon from the time when she is shipwrecked and orphaned off the coast of Victoria in 1890 She spends most of her life around Echuca on the Just arrived from USA through BMThis is the story of Philadelphia Gordon who was sent to live on the banks of the Murray River in Australia with her aunt and uncle after the lost of her parents when she was 13 years oldThe book describes the Midwestern pioneer life in the beginning of 20th century It should be pointed out that at that time the rivers were the practical way to travel through this huge countrySurprisingly the author gave an artistic ability to the main character a pioneer woman who was used to face the difficulties of survival along the river she loved so muchA TV mini series All the Rivers Run 1983 was made based on this book


10 thoughts on “All the Rivers Run

  1. says:

    I have so many feelings after reading this book thus I write this review continuously without any attention to grammar and lexical patternsAnother Australian novel I'm just in love with everything related to Australia If The thorn bird brings you to a sheep station in an arid area this novel is all about rivers water and vessels Murray and Darling are two rivers mentioned in this novel As a matter of fact Murr

  2. says:

    Just arrived from USA through BMThis is the story of Philadelphia Gordon who was sent to live on the banks of the Murray River in Australia with her aunt and uncle after the lost of her parents when she was 13 years oldThe book describes the Midwestern pioneer life in the beginning of 20th century It should be pointed out that at that time the rivers were the practical way to travel through this huge countrySurprisingly the author gave an

  3. says:

    I remember 'All the Rivers Run' fondly but it was the very early 1980's when I read the book and the rating is straight from memory However armed only with those memories I would still recommend this Cato read as a good one without hesitation I do remember with clarity reading it during an unusually hot southern summer and longing to jump into the wetness of that river the heroine kept traveling up and down many times

  4. says:

    All the Rivers Run is a delightful story of the escapades of a fiery young woman and her steamboat exploits It left an indelible impr

  5. says:

    I had wanted to read this book for awhile Managed to find a copy at my local library which was over 30 years old and an item that they apparently lent to me from their stack collection whatever that isThere were two mini series based

  6. says:

    Australian Historical novel set in the 1890s Could be classed as a coming of age novel

  7. says:

    If I could give 3 12 I would I truly enjoyed the mastery of the language Cato brought the charters and scenery to life in a vibrant manner Often I felt like I could actually see the places that Delie was travelling toLiving

  8. says:

    A beautiful piece of writing Found myself drawn in and travelling in time to the 19th century Australia which held so much adventure for this wonderful woman Cato paints a portrait of not only the breathtaking landscape along the rivers but also illustrates the tough life of a woman in such times The kind of book that makes you refl

  9. says:

    I can't remember if I read this before or after we named Brenton I don't remember seeing his name until the mini series B

  10. says:

    How could I not like this book It mentions the town of Kiandra in New South Wales Australia for which I was named Excellent miniseries