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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Graffiti Moon is art my friends, in the best, surprising way possible! The reason for that reluctance is classic Crowley. Cath Crowley applied an efficient technique to offer the reader a double portion of experiencing her characters’ story. And she has parents who say things like, Mum laughs. See this, see this. Visit our Beautiful Books page and find lovely books for kids, photography lovers and more.
Crowley br I read the “original” Aussie edition, but now own this US hardcover edition. Be sure to check it out! Whenever I see graffiti sprayed on the wall of a building or painted on the side of a boxcar moving along the railroad tracks, I always wonder, ‘Who made that? Lucy and Ed had plenty of witty banter and loads of chemistry.
I mean I’ve seen graffiti of graffito but they all were more vandalism than art. It was like blowing up a balloon only to watch it slowly fizzle out. Writing is done in two styles, the normal style and poetry style. Everyone who’s ever added this book to their favorites pile is absolutely right to do so and this is another addition to my growing fave list.
I loved how it was bittersweet, naive, hopeful and absolutely hysterical.
She feels a powerful connection to these paintings, and the emotion behind them. Here I come, Melbourne. A slight overlap between some scenes allows cgowley to see how the same events are filtered by each of the protagonists, and watch as the relationships between them develop and change. Begin typing your search above and press return to search.
Shadow paints and speaks through his work. I look at this painting and think about how everyone has some secret inside, something sleeping like that yellow bird.
And been so much more enjoyable. I’m so glad I listened to this one on audio, because the prose-like writing in some passages is totally meant to be read aloud.
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And yes it was but it was also equally about these characters: And yet it works for them, which is the only thing that matters. It took me a little while to get into the story and connect with the characters, because grzffiti felt like a few too many subplots were moving forward for me.
They feel like real boys, complete with awkwardness, bad decision-making, and insecurities.
Eventhough this mon a contemporary read, I wanted so bad to shelf this in ‘fantasy’ not because it’s unrealistic but because it was bursting with magic. The good thing is, it wasn’t love triangle. Here is the cause of my death: Without one, I probably wouldn’t be able to fully understand the story.
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I read the “original” Aussie edition, but now own this US hardcover edition. View all 4 comments. I loved the undercurrent of yearning crowlet the theme of self-expression. But more than anything, art is expressing a true self. It’s undoubtedly a one of a kind novel that is bound to impress a wide range of readers, from young to adult. Fill in your details below or click moln icon to log in: There’s Lucy, the glassblower, who when asked by her best friend Jazz to compile a list of guys she would “do it with”, writes down only fictional characters.
I’ve seen it a few times on a website or too, it looked a little bit shy, hiding between all those amazing Australian writings, and when it looked at me – in that perfect moment – I knew this would be the one.
Ms Crowley described it so perfectly I could almost smell the paint drying but I wanted to see and experience what Lucy did.
Lucy was an amazing main character, spunky and determined, full of heart. Crowleey and Ed’s point of views were like two halves of a whole. Ed was Shadow, the guy Lucy was so crazy about.
Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley
The vibrant colors, the larger-than-life fonts, the awe-inspiring visuals – I know they can deface a side of someone else’s property without permission, but holy aerosol, there are some stunning pieces of work that make my heart sing! I could vividly picture ever wall and every feeling that went into that piece. Fans of Australian Brilliance.