Quick Review: Graffiti Moon by Cath Crowley

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4/5 stars!

Wonderfully written, really cute plot in a span of 24 hours, smart characters and affecting story. For me, it was love at first read with Ms. Cath Crowley and although I loved Words in Deep Blue more, I still very much enjoyed Graffiti Moon. Both books thrive in the arts. The former on books and literature while the latter on fine arts- glass art, paintings and graffiti combined with poetry.

Of course the main theme of the story is basically about love or more particularly about finding one. I really enjoyed the humor and the cute romance, three different ones at that but I loved that of the two main characters, Lucy and Ed’s, the most. Of course we read the story in their POVs and it’s spot on. And well it’s an Aussie YA contemporary so I guess I was bound to like it. A definitely recommended YA contemporary romance.

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