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Graffiti Moon

Graffiti Moon

‘We’ve got at least seven hours to get what we want before the sun comes up.’
School is over, and Lucy has the perfect way to celebrate: tonight she’s going to find Shadow, the mysterious graffiti artist whose work appears all over the city. Somewhere in the glassy darkness, he’s out there, spraying colour, birds and blue sky on the night. And Lucy knows that a guy who paints like Shadow is someone she could fall for – really fall for.
The last person Lucy wants to spend this night with is Ed, the guy she’s managed to avoid since punching him in the nose on the most awkward date of her life. But when Ed tells Lucy he knows where to find Shadow, the two of them are suddenly on an all-night search to places where Shadow’s pieces of heartbreak and escape echo off the city walls. And what Lucy can’t see is the one thing that’s right before her eyes.
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Genre: Children's, Teenage & Educational / Children's / Teenage Fiction & True Stories / Romance & Relationships Stories (children's

On Sale: 5th July 2012

Price: £6.98

ISBN-13: 9781444907889

Reviews

This is a heart-stopping romantic adventure, singing with a love of art and language.
Judges' comments, 2011 Prime Minister's Literary Awards
Crowley celebrates friendship, curiosity, and intellectual pursuits and writes funny, sophisticated books that zing with wit and energy...
Anges Nieuwenhuizen, Magpies Volume Twenty-five
Graffiti Moon is so beautifully crafted that the shift between points of view is virtually seamless. Poet's free verse contributions are rather like the tense pauses in great music -- a place for readers to hold their breath and wait, skin tingling with anticipation, for the change in pace, pitch and rhythm.
NSW Association for Gifted and Talented Children
A wonderful cast here of smart,artistic and romantic young people...a pacy and action-packed read...The real selling point his Crowley's fabulously lyrical prose, which is an absolute pleasure to read
The Bookbag
A sort of teenage Midsummer Night's Dream of magic, romance and transformation
Financial Times
A rare gem of a book -- I actually stopped reading it to make it last longer
The School Librarian