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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As they travel by bicycle around the city, Ed takes Lucy on a tour of hidden sites where he has painted graffiti. And if my like for you was money, let’s just say you’d be spending plenty.
I loved how the two POVs overlaps so the reader can be inside both heads for the same scene, I loved how, throughout the book, roles get reversed and misunderstood, like in a comedy of errors. I’m not sure how to sufficiently express how crowleh I adore this book, so I may just start flinging adjectives wildly as I go on. All of them end up together in a pink van where the truth must come out – whether they like it or not.
What a great story! But there are also some very talented and artistic kids out there whose sole interest in life is not limited to a remote control.
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I slipped up and she broke my nose. And also hug the characters. This book is a must read! Also, you got to gragfiti a protag that can break a boys nose. She’s sweet and feisty and feels just as much as Ed, but doesn’t hold back. Email required Address never made public. Enamored with a mysterious graffiter’s work called Shadowshe is determined to find him, convinced they can’t be but twin souls.
View all 40 comments. One of the guys is Ed, someone she has a history with and doesn’t want to be around.
Crowley br I read the “original” Aussie edition, but now own this US hardcover edition. It was about losing illusions, exploring reality and the tender yet painful journey towards growing up. I called it I Want to Collide but of course!
Lucy, I liked instantly. The bicycle scene in the park was priceless. And made me laugh so much!
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I loved the dynamics between all the characters. Each are Aussie Book challenge 9 Okay! I like that about art, that what you see is sometimes more about who you are than what’s on the wall.
Which is a real bummer. Respect; As for the writing? They went out once few years ago and she literally broke his nose and left him bleeding because he touched her ass. Again, I swear I’m trying not to gush, but good golly, I enjoyed these people! Chemistry that fizzes from the page.
View all 10 comments. And a girl on a mission to find Shadow, a graffiti artist carh documents his thoughts on walls around the city. Crappy past reads aren’t so lackluster, don’t se I swear I’m trying not to gush but you don’t know how happy I am to have read this. A fabulous 3 hours. I can guarantee this book will get you out of it.
Her characters are extremely likable and funny, and they have such great relationships. I am so excited to read this. Or will she end up being disappointed? Graffiti Moon is art my friends, in the best, surprising way possible! I got it from my LibraryThing SantaThing this year! YA authors to take note: Quotes from Graffiti Moon. Regardless of which edition you have, you’re good.
And if my like for you were a boxer, there’d be dead guy lying on the floor. Eventhough this is a contemporary read, I wanted so bad to shelf this in ‘fantasy’ not because it’s unrealistic but because it was bursting with magic. I loved your passion, your humour, your sadness, your determination, your soul, your eloquence, your vision, your relentless quest to find the perfect shade of blue and your insecurities. The way she described the art in the story I felt like I was standing there looking at it and I wish I was.
I was holding my breath for the moment when Lucy finally figures out who he is.