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My hand, which is following a stray pencil rolling across the floor, stops dead right in front of two ratty green sneakers.
My gaze follows the shoes up over long legs to a towering figure.
I stand abruptly.
Tall, black eyes, messy hair, a permanent scowl on a permanently angry face. Our school’s delinquent, a waster, the kind of boy who always sits at the back of class. The
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Expected publication: March 2019 by Wakefield Press

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Dec 06, 2018 rated it really liked it
I'm biased, because I work for the publisher, but I loved this sweet, razor-sharp-witted contemporary YA rom-com (set in my neighbourhood - Largs Bay/Port Adelaide) about friendship, compromise, seeing past surfaces to the nuanced people below the Breakfast-Club stereotypes (bad-boy outcast, library-nerd, pretty popular girl) - and being true to yourself. Most of all, it's a delicious joy to read.
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Poppy Nwosu is an Australian YA author.

Growing up in central North Queensland, Poppy enjoyed a thoroughly wild childhood surrounded by rainforest and cane fields. After studying music at university, she moved overseas to Ireland, where she spent two years visiting everywhere she could.
These days Poppy still loves to travel, but she also likes to come home again to her house in Adelaide near the
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