Pages no: 272
, Realistic Fiction
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Young Adult Contemporary
I've always admired street art, but Graffiti Moon has given me a new appreciation of these creative and talented artists. I loved the adventure through the streets of Melbourne and each time I see a wall mural through Fitzroy, I'll remember the night that belonged to Shadow and Poet.
Took me a while to get into it. Crowley's words were a hit and miss but in the end, everything was right where it should be. Ed was much more relatable to me than Lucy. The secondary characters were so well formed, so individual and so wonderful it made me giddy.
For more reviews, check out http://vivaladolcevita14.blogspot.com/This book was utterly excellent. I adored it in all it's cute, sweet, complicated glory. I thought this book was so sweet and pure in its essense, I couldn't help but fall in love with it. I loved the story of Lucy and Ed, chasing Sha...
Cath Crowley's Graffiti Moon is the story of Lucy who has just completed her senior year. Her plan for the night is to find Shadow, the graffiti artist who Lucy is sure she will fall in love with when she meets him. However, Lucy ends up searching for Shadow with Ed, who she once shared an awkward d...
Lovely... An absolutely lovely and hopeful and beautifully crafted story. I want to go back through and gather all the quotes I highlighted because they're the kind of thoughts that as you're reading, you find yourself thinking "YES! This! Absolutely this!" because you've never seen that thought phr...
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