graffiti moon

July 18th, 2010 | Category: Cath Crowley, new releases

I’m lucky enough to be in possession of an early copy of Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley. And I’ve read it. And I loved it. This isn’t going to be a blog in which I review books. So I’ll just say that Graffiti Moon investigates the space between dreams and reality, and what happens when those two things have to look each other in the eye. It’s a story about love, growing up and letting go that unfolds over the course of one hot Melbourne night. And that’s all I’m going to say. Now you need to read it!

6 responses to “graffiti moon”

  1. Diem says:

    Ooooo, sounds like something I would read.

  2. kate.o.d says:

    fiona! i’m roughly 21 pages into 6 impossible things and I LOVE IT! hilarious!

  3. DoctorDi says:

    That’s a very cool cover. Thanks for the tip, Fiona, I’ll keep my eyes peeled (and I’m sorry about your spatula – *completely* understand!).

  4. Diem says:

    Graffiti Moon is the best book I’ve read since I finished your book. I need to buy it, I need to buy it, I need to buy it.

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