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Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley
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Jun 16, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: aussie, award-winner, contemporary, read-book-because-i-like-the-author, ya-loved, reading-for-my-job
Read from February 27 to 28, 2012

Lucy's in love with Shadow, a graffiti artist. She's this close to finally getting to meet him one night, but just misses him.

I really love books like this that put a grin on my face. It was just a sweet yet gritty story about looking beyond the faults you see in a person: especially when you are left with the impression that they may be stuck up, stupid, a butt-grabber, useless, know-it-all or anything else that may occur during one bad date.

Everyone deserves a second chance!

The alternating POV works so well because as one chapter ends, leading into the next persons POV, she leaves you and gives you a glance into what the people were thinking and it just fit so well with exactly how interactions with the opposite sex could be.

Once again, point scored for the Aussies.
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Reading Progress

02/28/2012 page 31
12.0% "I would love to take a course in the art of writing YA the Aussie way..."
02/28/2012 page 90
34.0% "gut wrenching good!!! **read slower ... read slower **"

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