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Nick Earls
Nick Earls is not technically gifted, so his photo often ends up sideways, typically when he least expects it to. Give him some words to work with, though, and it's a different story.Reputable reviewers have compared his work with that of Nick Hornby, Raymond Carver, Martin Amis, VS Naipaul, JD... show more

Nick Earls is not technically gifted, so his photo often ends up sideways, typically when he least expects it to. Give him some words to work with, though, and it's a different story.Reputable reviewers have compared his work with that of Nick Hornby, Raymond Carver, Martin Amis, VS Naipaul, JD Salinger, Woody Allen and Jeffrey Eugenides, which just goes to show that, if you write enough and publish enough, anything can come your way.Nick Earls writes long, short and medium-sized fiction, so far including twelve novels and numerous shorter works, many of which are now available as Kindle ebooks.He is the winner of a Betty Trask Award (UK) and Children's Book Council of Australia Book of the Year Award. Perfect Skin was the only novel to be a finalist in the Australian Comedy Awards in 2003, and was adapted into a feature film in Italy (Solo un Padre, Warner Brothers/Cattleya). 48 Shades of Brown was a Kirkus Reviews (US) book of the year selection, and was adapted into a feature film in Australia (Buena Vista/Prima). Five of his novels have been adapted into stage plays.He has also written for newspapers, including the New York Times, the Australian and the Sydney Morning Herald.His novels have appeared on bestseller lists in Australia, the UK and, as of December 2012, the Amazon Kindle Store.He was born in Northern Ireland, but has spent most of his life in Australia. In 2012, the Age included him among its top ten Greatest Living Australians (along with Bob Hawke, Warwick Capper and Shane Warne ...). He placed 12th in a 2013 poll of Australia's all-time favourite novelists.
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tmwstw
tmwstw rated it 5 years ago
This is only the second Nick Earls novel that I have read and although the storyline is a relatively simple one - boy meets girl during summer holiday – it is well told and draws you in. You want to know how it is going to end. The characters, especially Alex the lead boy character, are well drawn a...
Thief of Camorr
Thief of Camorr rated it 6 years ago
Not as good as some of his other work, but still worth a read and it'll get a few laughs :)
Thief of Camorr
Thief of Camorr rated it 15 years ago
All I can say is that this is really Australian.I saw the play first, and it's just as brilliant as this is.
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