Colleen McCullough Message Board
q1 email@example.com posts on 8/31/2008 3:28:48 PM
Whats happened to Morgans run sequel ?
elaine posts on 1/1/2008 1:46:54 PM
Is there a sequel(s) to Morgan's Run??
Amy posts on 12/21/2006 11:08:56 AM
I have a signed copy of The Thornbirds that I found in my mother's basement. It is not is great condition as I had read it many times when I was young and it has been through several moves. The dustcover is torn in someplaces. If anyone is interested let me know. THanks
SANDRO posts on 12/17/2006 9:18:12 AM
can someone email me the introduction of the book or the one where they describe the thorn birds... "piercing its own heart to the sharpest thorn and sings the most beautiful song ever..." its one paragraph and i love it.. also if you could share with me the best text in the book... tahnks!
posts on 9/4/2006 7:59:32 AM
I have never read another version of Achilles who was so powerful and yet so human.
The only thing I feel a little uncomfortale is the mentioning of the Amazons under Penthesilea using stirrups which is unlikely. the Trojan War happened in the Bronze Age and the stirrup was not due to make its debut for another 1,400 years at least. Anyway, small matter here.
posts on 6/8/2006 3:12:38 PM
I have a first edition autographed Thornbirds. Colleen came to the U.S.A for a signing. A few years ago she was here again and I had her sign my copy of Murphy's Run.
posts on 4/21/2006 11:18:15 AM
I read this a while ago and just loved it - does anyone know if she is writing the sequel? I vaguely remember reading somewhere that she was working on it, and that was years ago. Anyone know?
Jeffry Andreasen posts on 3/12/2006 10:18:30 AM
Go to eBay and search for item number 8394456392. It is a 1977 first edition of the Thorn Birds signed by Colleen McCullough. Opening Bid is $38.95, there are no current bids on the book, there are six days and eleven hours left on the auction.
Kelly posts on 3/12/2006 1:14:38 AM
A friend of mine is a huge fan of the Thorn Birds and I would love to get her a autographed copy. Does anyone know if Mrs. McCullough every visits the US or have any idea where to find a signed copy of this book? Any help would be appreciated.
Leonore posts on 3/7/2006 2:59:18 PM
For Gloria Carson - you might want to look at some of the Old Testament Bible books in the time of the Kings in Israel to get an idea what musical instruments that were used in those times. I don't believe that they would be exclusive to the Israelites.
They most likely would still have been in use when Palestine became a Roman province.
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