Graffiti Moon. An intense and exhilarating 24 hours in the lives of four teenagers on the verge: of adulthood, of HSC, of finding out just who they are, and who. Graffiti Moon is Cath’s fifth novel, following the three Gracie Faltrain novels and the award-winning Chasing Charlie Duskin. MORE ABOUT Cath Crowley >. This outstanding book by yet another terrific Australian young adult author is set in Melbourne, Australia, and alternates narration among.
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It was truly one of the best ones I’ve come across. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
They were so much fun: When Lucy walks back koon his life, talking about his alter-ego Shadow, and how great Shadow should be or act. Three separate Australian narrators, one for each POV: We only get to spend one night with Lucy and Ed. As I felt after reading A Little Wanting Song, I find Cath Crolwey has a way with words that she writes smart and clever stories with characters who ring truthful and with heart.
Fun people to be with I would do everything to spend a night with this gangbut not only sidekicks just there for the sake of throwing in some good lines. Graffiti Moon is the type of book that holds you close, wrapping you up in the tension, until the final page.
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I really like the two of them so it was fun to add some more scenes. I cannot wait to read more novels by Cath Crowley because this was another book that I didn’t want to end.
If ever she and Ed could be honest with themselves and each other, maybe they could figure out how to open some of those locked doors. Except when he’s Shadow. Ed wonders about what kind of legacy his father has cth for him by leaving. And where is he? Fine, if you’re not happy with your life, fucking do something about it and stop complaining. An intense and exhilarating 24 hours in the lives of four teenagers on the verge: Lucy loves art, and likes people who are unusual.
Be the first to discover new talent! Aussie Book challenge 9 Okay! I took it on a date on NetGalley’s and all I can say it’s that it was catb, I couldn’t wait for the next time I saw it. View all 9 comments. I loved how they aren’t stylized to fit the unconvincing image of prim and proper teenagers we often get in YA novels.
Last week, as I was strolling with my two little ones around town for our morning promenadeI happened to pass in front of our neighborhood’s church.
I simply adore how each one is explained by a memory or conversation. Now if only she could find him! It really gave me a wonderful connection with who Ed really was and how Lucy saw each impression. He painted graffiti to express his cgowley. It can mean whatever you want.
I loved the banter with these two, the push and pull was so much fun. Taking place in one night in Melbourne, the story is told in different perspectives of Lucy, Ed and Leo’s dull crowlwy. Cath Crowley created a masterpiece in Graffiti Moon in words that shine as bright as the moon.
A girl shaped like lightning in fath sky and a guy on the ground with a lightning rod trying to catch her. I was very lucky to have been able to grab the early copy of this beautiful book. If one of my friends suggested something like that, I’d instantly go home. I also like how the book wraps up like it began. I loved the dialogues, the characters’ sense of humor, garffiti banter: Rather than being Kens and Barbies, they’re people figuring out what their next move would be.
Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley
About secret identities, past mistakes and punches in the face. So often books have these insipid cookie cutter secondary characters that are catg there. I may not be able to express my love for this book by painting, but I can do it by shopping! View all 29 comments. The writing was so beautiful that I kept stopping to stare at the words.
Dylan is sort of Daisy’s boyfriend who idea of romance is throwing eggs on her head. This book is a terrific date. View all 10 comments. I’d been waiting for this for so long and now that I’ve read sped through it, I’m pumped and happy.
I knew I loved Lucy from the moment she tells off graffitj guy with, “You don’t do that on a first graffiri. Still, I can’t hate on the US edition when one of the added lines is one I absolutely love: