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When it was first decided that Australia should be colonised, British criminals who had been convicted of serious crimes – and many not so serious – were offered a choice of the death penalty or transportation to Australia. Surprisingly, some chose death. Australia must have sounded like the biblical idea of hell to the British convicts, so the writer invented a hardened c When it was first decided that Australia should be colonised, British criminals who had been convicted of serious crimes – and many not so serious – were offered a choice of the death penalty or transportation to Australia. Surprisingly, some chose death. Australia must have sounded like the biblical idea of hell to the British convicts, so the writer invented a hardened criminal willing to take on the sentence. Again I went for the sibling relationship, as it is one that I know well, and find fascinating. I was also inspired by a brilliant novel about grave robbers that I read a few years ago called The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart, by Jesse Bullington. However despicable the crimes of the heroes, when you see the beautiful moments of sibling rivalry and love, you can’t help but want them to win. The First Fleet arrived in Botany Bay in 1788 at night, and was made up of eleven ships carrying roughly 750 convicts, and 300 soldiers and settlers. Our brothers start the journey aboard the first convict ship, waiting for their chance of liberty when the ship might drop anchor…


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When it was first decided that Australia should be colonised, British criminals who had been convicted of serious crimes – and many not so serious – were offered a choice of the death penalty or transportation to Australia. Surprisingly, some chose death. Australia must have sounded like the biblical idea of hell to the British convicts, so the writer invented a hardened c When it was first decided that Australia should be colonised, British criminals who had been convicted of serious crimes – and many not so serious – were offered a choice of the death penalty or transportation to Australia. Surprisingly, some chose death. Australia must have sounded like the biblical idea of hell to the British convicts, so the writer invented a hardened criminal willing to take on the sentence. Again I went for the sibling relationship, as it is one that I know well, and find fascinating. I was also inspired by a brilliant novel about grave robbers that I read a few years ago called The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart, by Jesse Bullington. However despicable the crimes of the heroes, when you see the beautiful moments of sibling rivalry and love, you can’t help but want them to win. The First Fleet arrived in Botany Bay in 1788 at night, and was made up of eleven ships carrying roughly 750 convicts, and 300 soldiers and settlers. Our brothers start the journey aboard the first convict ship, waiting for their chance of liberty when the ship might drop anchor…

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