The Last Double Sunrise by Peter Yeldham audiobook

The Last Double Sunrise

By Peter Yeldham
Read by Jennifer McDonald  

For Pity Sake Publishing
11.27 Hours Unabridged
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“The silly sods think they’re all being shipped to Austria. They’ll get one hell of a shock when they end up in Australia!”Carlo Minelli is about to discover that war and art are certainly not mutually exclusive. His politically ambitious father is carefully curating Carlo’s future at the family’s Lombardy vineyard. But Carlo and his artistic mother have other ideas. On the day he is meant to take up a highly coveted art scholarship atthe French-run Villa Medici in Rome, Il Duce declares war. Carlo is turned away from the heavily guarded entrance to the Villa, leaving him neither a student nor gainfully employed in support of the war effort.Press-ganged into the Italian Army and captured in North Africa, Carlo the POW sketches and paints his way across three continents and several oceans, bringing the hardships of World War II into sharp relief against unexpected mateship, beauty and love.

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“The silly sods think they’re all being shipped to Austria. They’ll get one hell of a shock when they end up in Australia!”Carlo Minelli is about to discover that war and art are certainly not mutually exclusive. His politically ambitious father is carefully curating Carlo’s future at the family’s Lombardy vineyard. But Carlo and his artistic mother have other ideas. On the day he is meant to take up a highly coveted art scholarship atthe French-run Villa Medici in Rome, Il Duce declares war. Carlo is turned away from the heavily guarded entrance to the Villa, leaving him neither a student nor gainfully employed in support of the war effort.Press-ganged into the Italian Army and captured in North Africa, Carlo the POW sketches and paints his way across three continents and several oceans, bringing the hardships of World War II into sharp relief against unexpected mateship, beauty and love.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 11.27
Audience: Adult
Language: English