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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But I hate repetition. Book ratings by Goodreads. Without one, I probably wouldn’t be able to fully understand the story. I can’t draw, I can’t play music, sing or dance and I am no writer. Or will she end up being disappointed? It also happened crkwley be right around the time when Lucy broke his nose on their first date.

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Also, you got to love a protag that can break a boys nose. But Lucy, who works as a glass-blower, knows that even some of the most beautiful pieces of glass have cracks running through them.

Always hug the characters. View all 6 comments. I loved the undercurrent of yearning and the theme of self-expression. If you could spray feelings on the walls it will be exactly what this book is, if you could hold dreams in your hands it would feel exactly like reading this book, and maybe you don’t understand a graaffiti of what I am saying, gracfiti I think you will after reading it.

The girls are captivating, sometimes sly and always fun. In fact, the aesthetic is one of cdowley decay. I loved how they could laugh things off and eventually move on.


Graffiti Moon

For richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, as long as we both shall live, until my kindle do us part. My GoodReads friends are all peop 4. Be sure to check it out! It really is it’s own brilliant piece of art. That has to feel really, really bad all the time. It’s sprinkled with stunning prose and scenes described to masterfully that I felt I was right there. If one of my friends suggested something like that, I’d instantly go home.

Jazz and Leo start flirting, which leaves Lucy with Ed. Enamored with a mysterious graffiter’s work called Shadowshe is determined to find him, convinced they can’t be but twin souls.

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Chemistry that fizzes from the page. Jun 16, Jo rated it it was amazing Shelves: I also like how the book wraps up like it began. Since Graffiti Moon is told in alternating point of views between Lucy and Ed, Shadow’s real identity is quite obvious to the readers. I would never mow your heart grass.

The last day of the school year is upon them, and she and her friends go on a search to find Shadow and his partner, one whose words add to the art on stone walls Poet. The writing in graffti book is exceptional.

Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley

crowkey The story is shared between three narrators: Begin typing your search above and press return to search. So while I really did like it, especially the poetic writing style and phrases which are gorgeous and I could read passages from this book without needing any context at all, just little snippets of prose and I loved the emphasis on art and growing up- I didn’t LOVE it.

While many young adult romances seem to be propagandizing the all-consuming, identity swallowing, love at first glance kind of romance, this book goes so much deeper.


And for them to just make out already. The kind that made you feel so strongly, you get it and it ‘got’ you. I ccrowley this book.

And despite all thes “For a while, for as long as you’re looking at it, that painting is the world and you get to be in it. A grin that came out of nowhere and left the same way. I cannot wait to read more novels by Cath Crowley because this was another book that I didn’t want to end. And I am so glad I did because it was brilliant! From the Hardcover edition. And I am but I’m not and I want to put her on pause and paint a wall where I explain everything.

I’ve already re-read it several times and as I mentioned in another review, it’s pretty much spray painted on my heart. Otherwise it just feels like background noise. I am usually not much of a re-reader, but lately I couldn’t make myself start another book and some that I did read have left me quite disappointed, so I decided to re-visit some of the books I loved to pieces over the years.

This book is genius. I r Wonderfully written, really cute plot in a span of 24 hours, smart characters and affecting story. My GoodReads friends are all people with excellent taste. There is a lot more in here than a love story, however.

I always think glassblowing sounds so, so fun. Lucy is in love with Shadow, a mysterious graffiti artist.

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