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Arkie's pilgrimage to the next big thing

Arkie's pilgrimage to the next big thing
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Barcode Shelf Location Collection Volume Ref. Branch Status Due Date Res.
S0004070340 Wal
Adult Fiction Relationships   Griffith . Available .  
S0003848075 F Wal
Adult Fiction   Narrandera . Available .  
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ISBN 9780857984401
Call Number F Wal
Author Walker, Lisa
Title Arkie's pilgrimage to the next big thing
Place of production North Sydney Random House Australia 2015
Notes Includes Book Group questions.
A delightfully funny and inspiring novel about a very modern pilgrimage, and one woman's chance to rediscover what she's lost. 'I watch the highway go by and ponder my situation. I am on the run from my husband's divorce lawyer, my mojo is still missing in action and my demon ex-lover is lurking . . . But, all things considered, my pilgrimage is going well . . .' Arkie used to be a trendspotter, running a successful business advising companies on 'the next big thing'. Until she lost her marriage and her mojo along with it. Her eccentric new friend Haruko suggests a pilgrimage in Japan. But funds are tight, so instead Arkie's going on a very Australian trip, to all the 'Big Things'. With Haruko as her guide, magic is everywhere. A Buddha appears next to the Big Redback, the Big Macadamia rises from the jungle like a lost temple and inside the Big Shell she can hear a tinkling voice, reminding her of the child she never had. As her improbable adventure unfolds, realisation dawns: could it be that, despite her celebrated foresight, Arkie's been missing what was right before her eyes?
Subject Added Entry - Topical Divorced women
Life change events
Australian fiction
Subject Added Entry - Geographic Australia -- Description and travel
Genre Relationship
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