ALAN TUCKER SERIES:

    A Measure of Disorder

      Alan Tucker

A Measure of Disorder

Join Jenni Kershaw and her classmates as they are whisked away to a world full of life, adventure, and danger. One which reshapes each of them by its vision of their soul. Some accept it, some fight it, all wonder: will that vision control their destiny?The class find themselves pitted against a powerful evil — and each other — all while trying to discover who, and what, they really are.Have you ever seen the creature hiding inside your soul?Jenni Kershaw and her eighth grade science class will, on a world known as Mother.And some of them won’t really like what they see.Join Jenni and her classmates as they are whisked away to a world full of life, adventure, and danger. A world which reshapes each of them according to its vision of their inner being. Some accept it, some fight it, all wonder: does that vision control their destiny?What if that destiny is to help destroy a world? Or save it?The fight is on, and the class find themselves pitted against a powerful evil — and each other — all while trying to discover who, and what, they really are.
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    The Devil You Know, Episode 1

      Alan Tucker

The Devil You Know, Episode 1

As two alien races vie for control of Earth, Abraham Black and Neri White struggle to discover a way humanity can survive and remain the dominant species on the planet. The denizens of Hell offer aid, but is the price one either of them is willing to pay?
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    Atomic Testing

      Alan Tucker

Atomic Testing

The British Government's going to test atomic bombs on the Woomera Rocket Range. It's in the paper. Mum said that if she'd known they were going to test atomic bombs here, she'd never have come. What's she worried about? It's only a bomb. When the army assigns Anthony's father to work on the top-secret atomic testing project in outback South Australia, the family relocates from Townsville to Woomera. The controversial rocket and munitions testing captures Anthony's imagination. But is it really as safe as the government says?
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    Gallipoli

      Alan Tucker

Gallipoli

The attack has been timed to the minute. Thirty minutes from now we’ll climb down the rope ladders in to the lighters and find our seat. I’m one of the lucky ones. I’ve been chosen as one of the 500 men from my battalion who will be in the first wave to land … The Turks won’t know what’s hit them … Two miles inland is our goal. Lying about his age, and looking for adventure, 14-year old Victor March enlists in the 10th Battalion of the AIF to fight in the Great War. Victor and his new mates, Fish, Needle and Robbo, are headed for the Gallipoli peninsula and into battle. He is among the first soldiers to land at Anzac Cove on 25 April 1915, and the world as he knows it is about to change. In his diary, Victor records the horrors of war, his friendships, his fears and the story of Australia’s most legendary military campaign.
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    Kokoda

      Alan Tucker

Kokoda

It’s been a disastrous day. The radio news reports that HMAS Canberra has been sunk with the loss of 819 lives and Kokoda has been lost by the Australians. Who knows where Des’s lot are? Somewhere on the mountain track between Kokoda and Port Moresby with the Japs hot on their heels. Harold couldn’t say too much in his latest letter but it sounds like his division is moving to New Guinea too. In his diary, Archie records his own battles at home, against the local bully, Beefy; and how Townsville copes as it becomes a base for the Pacific campaign; and the Australian east coast reels under Japanese bombs. Archie’s two brothers are fighting in the battlefields of World War II. Des has been sent with the militia to fight in the treacherous landscape of the jungles of New Guinea against the Japanese — and his brother Harold is about to join him, after surviving the campaign in the Middle East. There is nothing between Australia and a Japanese invasion except a small band of...
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