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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Lucy has a passion for art and thinks whoever Shadow i I loved this story! It can mean whatever you want. But mostly I felt like there was all of this build up which I loved I swear I’m trying not to gush but you don’t know how happy I am to have read this.
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What can I say about Cath Crowley and this book that Tolstoy hasn’t? It really is only for high school readers.
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The chapters are told from Ed’s, Lucy’s and Poet’s point of view. Jason and I tried a glass blowing class a few years ago and it was much more physical than I thought it would be. I barely finished the third chapter and already I could tell what was going to happen, and yet Then one night, Lucy and her friends meet a few guys from school who grafgiti to know Shadow. What were you thinking, little ghost?
After a while the tingle turned to electricity, and when he asked me out my whole body amped to a level where technically I should have been dead. It could be that I was completely jealous that you were living my dream in the grafditi perfect, swoony, beautiful, gorgeous [insert gushing adjective here] way and I wanted to push you off a mountain so I could step into your place because I have long brown hair and I once went to a glass museum and I watch a man blow glass so I could blag it and I lovelovelove graffiti so I could blag that too and no one would know the difference and me and Ed would live happily ever after on love, art and delicious, delicious sausage rolls.
They are genuine graffti their traffiti of angst have such flair that you can’t help but completely love them. Little bird, what are you thinking?
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For me, it was love at first read with Ms. I know, amazing, right?
Of course my daughter, who’s 4 and knows the whole Aladdin soundtrack by heart, begged me to stop and listen to whatever they were going to play. Regardless of which edition you have, you’re good. 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 also didn’t like frequent switching of viewpoints because both Ed and Lucy sounded alike. 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?
Our customer reviews Graffiti Moon is one of those books that really needs to be aborbed properly; you rcowley the words, and let them sink in for their full affect until you’re completely wrapped up in this dreamlike contemporary story. Lucy is desperate to find this graffiti artist who calls himself Shadow.
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Possible books for year 9 English. I also loved the interaction between the three girls, and the boys. But she’s been searching mpon Shadow for awhile now and it seems she misses him by mere minutes every single time.
Graffiti Moon is art my friends, in the best, surprising way possible! I want to run right crowlye Shadow and let the force spill our thoughts so we can pick each other up and pass each other back like piles of shiny stones.
She feels a powerful connection to these paintings, and the emotion behind them. It’s an incredibly sweet, delightfully romantic story that can not be on your unread graffigi. The truth is better. Jan 29, Isamlq rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The US edition also has two new poems by Leo, which is a nice bonus.