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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After a while the tingle turned to electricity, and when he asked me out my whole body amped to a level where technically I should have been dead. Lucy loves art, and likes people who are unusual. The writing is poetic.
Leo’s poems served no purpose, they were just there to make him likeable which didn’t succeed obviously. She is in love with his art, and she thinks that the person doing them must feel that way I’m still harasking not a typo her to make prints. Graffiti Moon is completely addictive with the tension building so beautifully that I just had to keep reading, wondering how it was all going to play out.
I’m still messing with it here and there but in honor of the US release date, here it is. It was truly one of the best ones I’ve come across.
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Jun 16, Jo rated it it was amazing Shelves: Or these outstanding characters that do nothing less than take your heart, and pull you inside the pages. These guys get a lot of airplay over here on my marginally rainier shores which is fantastic because they are amazing.
Lucy sounds like a character I would love since I like unusual people as well. Somehow she says more in one sentence than most people are able to say in twenty. Lucy, Ed, and Poet. What were you thinking, little ghost? But she’s willing to endure Ed’s company for the night if hanging out with him means finally meeting Shadow. Howeverhaving read the Aussie edition first and loving that story as it was presented, it felt unnecessary to me.
I loved everything about it,especially the writing. From the reviews I’ve read, I assumed the book And I am but I’m not and I want to put her on pause and paint a wall where I explain everything. The kind of book that makes your day better. The story gives nothing new to the genre and is very predictable.
After having lost his job at a paint shop, he embarks in an illicit adventure with his friend Leo which involves a pink getaway van, some bad men and some “travel plans” with Lucy. Often a new chapter would begin by repeating the last of the previous chapter.
The strength of the ccrowley between these very likeable set of friends came across warm and clear. I can only describe it as indescribable. It’s exactly why I love reading YA.
I Want You by Savage Garden. And despite all thes “For a while, for as long as you’re looking at it, that painting is the world and you get to be in it.
It really gave me a wonderful connection with who Ed really was and how Lucy saw each impression. The writing has lyrical feel to it and Crowley definitely has a way with words. But this is, definitely, definitely, a book that needs your attention.
Dylan loves Daisy, but throwing eggs at her probably wasn’t the best way to show it. Jazz and Leo start flirting, which leaves Lucy with Ed.
View all 36 comments. Cath Crowley created a masterpiece in Graffiti Moon in words that shine as bright as the moon. And if my like for you was money, let’s just say you’d be spending plenty. In fact, my advice to all of my fellow book nerds out there is to just toss out those chalky conversation hearts, forget about the rest of humanity, and hole up with this book today.