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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Leo’s narrative crowlej in the form of poems. It had a balanced flow of ups and downs, emotion and humor, and secrets and lies.

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Crowley weaves the plot together through the perspectives of Ed and Lucy, graffifi unique, nuanced teenage voices, interspersed with the works of Poet as the graffiiti unfolds.

It was like blowing up a balloon only to watch it slowly fizzle out. Remember that age of having a crush on someone that you hardly knew, the basis of who you had made up almost entirely in your head? The writing, although beautiful, is much more elaborate than what I was expecting from a young-adult novel so it threw me off at first.

This joon nowhere near some experiences I have had with prose authors attempting to add poetry into novels and failing miserably. It didn’t raise any emotions, being so boring at times. Lucy was an amazing main character, spunky and determined, full of heart. Lucy’s description of Leo in the Australian edition nearly, very nearly, made me forget about Ed for a second. She’s sweet and feisty and feels just as much as Ed, but doesn’t hold back. View all 18 comments.


Apr 07, Kaya rated it liked it. It was love at first si “I was nothing inside but light and color” Can you be in love with a book?

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Another talented author which manages to give us a realistic, cute, hilarious teenage story, coupled with believable and well developed characters with great personalities, all encased in pretty words, a bit flowery but not too purply. Graffitl needed to put some sense into her. Cath Crowley created a masterpiece in Graffiti Moon in words that shine as bright as the moon. The interactions between the characters were refreshingly realistic: Why did they do it?

I Want You by Crowle Garden. The description of every single graffiti sounded so stunning, I wished they were all painted in my town so I could gaze at them on my way home. The kind that made you feel so strongly, you get it and it ‘got’ you.

I’ve been a huge fan of Banksy from the day I first saw a mural on Crrowley Lane, and I find every one of his pieces stimulating, entertaining and empathetic. This was greatly appreciated.

Otherwise it just feels like background noise. But as the night progressed and he discovered Lucy’s thoughts and feelings about Shadow and his buried feelings for her, grffiti he really keep his secret? Forgot to mention Poet always pens a little something with each painting so they’re known as a duo: I may not be able to express my love for this book by painting, but I can do it by shopping!


I’d be anxiously listening, waiting to hear what happesn next, holding my breath It was love at first sight, yes Crkwley am shallow like that, I fell in love with the Australian cover. Post was not sent – check your email addresses! I loved the dynamics between all the characters. Our customer reviews Graffiti Moon is one of those books that really needs to be aborbed properly; you hear the words, and let them sink in for their full affect until you’re completely wrapped up in this dreamlike contemporary vrowley.

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Chapters of Ed and Lucy often overlap in course of action so that the reader gets the chance to read both perspectives on significant moments. Again, I swear I’m trying not to gush, but good golly, I enjoyed these people!

Once both their eyes are open by one another to more out there, one finding more then art and the other finding the connection that always yearn for. That’s how their world looked like to them.

He’s out there somewhere–spraying color, spraying birds and blue sky on the night–and Lucy knows a guy who paints like Shadow is someone she could fall for.