Description - Words in Deep Blue by Cath Crowley
WINNER INDIE BOOK AWARDS YOUNG ADULT FICTION OF THE YEAR 2017 Second-hand bookshops are full of mysteries This is a love story. It's the story of Howling Books, where readers write letters to strangers, to lovers, to poets, to words. It's the story of Henry Jones and Rachel Sweetie. They were best friends once, before Rachel moved to the sea. Now, she's back, working at the bookstore, grieving for her brother Cal. She's looking for the future in the books people love, and the words that they leave behind. Sometimes you need the poets The new novel from the award-winning author of Graffiti Moon. PRAISE FOR WORDS IN DEEP BLUE "Words in Deep Blue is a beautiful examination of grief, love and the power of words. Told in a dual narrative and littered with excerpts from letters and notes left in books at the shop, Cath Crowley has created a sweeping story about self-discovery and growing up, filled with complicated and flawed characters ...this is a love letter to books and bookshops, to the ocean, to falling in love and finding your way." Bookseller+Publisher "Cath Crowley's Words in Deep Blue is what dreams are made of ...It's a story that will stay with me forever."
Nick and Nereyda's Infinite Booklist "Would I recommend it? Without a doubt. Words in Deep Blue is a gorgeous novel that'll pull your heart strings, make you giggle and fill you to the brim with different kinds of love." Trust in Tales
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(197mm x 128mm x 24mm)
Publisher: Pan Macmillan Australia
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Author Biography - Cath Crowley
Cath Crowley is a young adult author published in Australia and internationally. She is the author of The Gracie Faltrain trilogy, Chasing Charlie Duskin, and Graffiti Moon. In 2011, Graffiti Moon won the Prime Minister's Literary Award for Young Adult Fiction, the Ethel Turner Award for Young People's Literature, and was named an Honour Book in the Children's Book Council, Book of the Year. Cath lives in Ballarat, Victoria.