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. She also thinks that a mysterious, visionary graffiti artist known as “Shadow” would be her soulmate – if only she could find out who he is. Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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This outstanding book by yet another terrific Australian young adult author is set in Melbourne, Australia, and alternates narration among several likable and talented teens who make up for lack of self-confidence with a great deal of heart.
Lucy loves art, and likes people who are unusual. Ed is Shadow — he dropped out of school because of his dyslexia. Sometimes they are accompanied by verse by his friend Leo, who goes by the sobriquet Poet. Chapters narrated by Leo are in the form of poems. So Lucy and Ed end up paired off, much to their mutual chagrin. Lucy tells Ed about her admiration for Shadow, and how much she wants to find out who he is, and Ed offers to take her places where he might show up.
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As they travel by bicycle around the city, Ed takes Lucy on a tour of hidden sites where he crow,ey painted graffiti. But Lucy, who works as a glass-blower, knows that even some of the most beautiful pieces of glass have cracks running through them. 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.
The writing in this book is exceptional.
Published in the U. Lucy sounds like a character I would love since I like unusual people as well. Thanks for bringing this book to my attention. Yes, much talk about glassblowing and art grafviti never overdone or inappropriate or boring in the least. Jason and I tried a glass blowing class a few years ago and it was much more physical than I thought it would be. It was really hot.
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Rhapsody in Books Weblog. About rhapsodyinbooks We’re into reading, politics, and intellectual exchanges. This entry was posted in Book Review and tagged Book Review. I am so excited to read this. I got it from my LibraryThing SantaThing this year! Jenny Reading the End says: Does she talk about crlwley her glassblowing? I always think glassblowing graffiiti so, so fun. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email required Address never made public.