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Sunday 12 May 2019

Review: Graffiti Moon

Lucy's been intrigued by Shadow, the guy whose artwork fills countless walls around town. His images let her dream of other worlds. Lucy is beyond desperate to meet him.

Ed left school early. No one knows why for sure. Some people think it's because of his disastrous non-hookup with Lucy.

Ed is one of few people who really know Shadow but he'd rather die than betray him.

By a twisted turn of events, Ed finds himself leading Lucy to Shadow's hidden pieces, even as he tries to make sure she never meets him.

Cath Crowley is an award-winning writer who creates characters I cannot get enough of. Lucy and Ed are just two of these.

I've read Graffiti Moon's funny, sweet, sometimes heart-rending romance a few times already but I know I'll be back for sure.

If you enjoyed Crowley's other Young Adult novels (Gracie Faltrain bibliographyWords in Deep Blue) all of which are filled with laughter, heartbreak and vibrant characters, then you'll love Graffiti Moon.

I think it's her best.

Title: Graffiti Moon
Author: Cath Crowley
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia, $16.99
Publication Date: 1 August 2010
Format: Paperback
For ages: 12+
Type: Young Adult Fiction