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DOWNLOAD Ò Saltwater Moons Plicated Saltwater Moons tells the story of Sun Langley during her final months of Year Twelve There's the intensity of her first relationship complicated by t. Another Aussie HitIt s a true testament to how much I enjoy a book when I forego an entire sunny afternoon to curl up on my couch and read a book from beginning to end in one sitting I find I do that uite often with books penned by Aussie writers It s like there s a magic and realism about them Something like tuning into a story you re already familiar with to get another few chapters of someone s life someone you feel you know and a story that seems so real I don t know how else to put it but that s what these books do to me and Saltwater Moons is no exceptionNow I have to admit up front that I noticed this story caused some heated emotions for some of my Street Corner Booker friends and I didn t feel the same way I m not uite sure if it was the protagonist or her boyfriend that raised these emotions in them but I felt tuned into the three main characters and I had a bag load of sympathy for each of them at the ready I really came to like Sun Tycho pronounced TySHO and even Mark in some form or fashion They each had a sort of vulnerability that was expressed so honestly that I wanted to give them all a big hug So as far as the cast of characters go they were awesome I m probably one of the only Bookers that came to like Mark Now don t get me wrong what he did at the end was wrong but the entire time I saw him for what he was sad flawed and somehow broken to the point that you really had to look closely to sense his desperation and that broke my heart I wish he didn t do that one thing that was meant to destroy his character at the end but other than that he was your typical guy that makes mistakes when it comes to girls lust and love I tried to understand why Sun made the choice she made that sealed her fate between her and Tycho and I don t think it was a strong enough reason to set Tycho aside but she realized that Tycho was definitely someone that deserved then he got but unfortunately he didn t cease the moment and it passed him right by But I did have hope for Sun and Ty at the end after all was said and doneOverall the storyline was right up my alley This book to me is about beauty and hope and most importantly wanting something that seems unreachable It s also about betrayal and learning to trust again all the real feelings that come with loving someone you can t have and being with someone that doesn t feel uite right Julie Gittus manages to share all of these feelings without rushing the story Her pace and delivery has that special element that you feel you re deep into the story and before you know it the main character is ending her narrative and you don t feel hurried along or left with a sense of longing It s wrapped up not in a pretty bow but packaged in a way that you feel completeThank you so much to my Aussie Booker Angel Nic for sending this all the way from Australia What would I do without you HUGS Now it s off to Germany to be enjoyed by the rest of the Street Corner D PS To all of the Aussie writers out there there s something simply magical about the stories you share They might not all be earth shattering or life changing but definitely special and emotional in the best kind of way So keep drinking the water or eating the vegemite basically keep doing whatever it is you do that fills the pages you write with that something special that makes me crave just one page before I close my eyes at night just one page May the well never run dry down under sighSong choice Blue October Picking up the Pieces My Darling Caroline during her final months of Year Twelve There's the intensity of her first relationship complicated by t. Another Aussie HitIt s a true testament to how much I enjoy a book when I forego an entire sunny afternoon to curl up on my couch and read a book from beginning to end in one sitting I find I Periodic Tales The Curious Lives of the Elements do that uite often with books penned by Aussie writers It s like there s a magic and realism about them Something like tuning into a story you re already familiar with to get another few chapters of someone s life someone you feel you know and a story that seems so real I Supreme Justice don t know how else to put it but that s what these books Party Poopers Rotten School #9 didn t feel the same way I m not uite sure if it was the protagonist or her boyfriend that raised these emotions in them but I felt tuned into the three main characters and I had a bag load of sympathy for each of them at the ready I really came to like Sun Tycho pronounced TySHO and even Mark in some form or fashion They each had a sort of vulnerability that was expressed so honestly that I wanted to give them all a big hug So as far as the cast of characters go they were awesome I m probably one of the only Bookers that came to like Mark Now Higgledy Piggledy the Hen Who Loved to Dance don t get me wrong what he West Wing to Maternity Wing did at the end was wrong but the entire time I saw him for what he was sad flawed and somehow broken to the point that you really had to look closely to sense his Tales from a Young Vet desperation and that broke my heart I wish he An Honorable Gentleman didn t Bulletproof BodyguardHeiress Recon do that one thing that was meant to A Christmas Wish destroy his character at the end but other than that he was your typical guy that makes mistakes when it comes to girls lust and love I tried to understand why Sun made the choice she made that sealed her fate between her and Tycho and I Devil's Due don t think it was a strong enough reason to set Tycho aside but she realized that Tycho was Apple Blossom Bride definitely someone that Hot Spell Harleuin Blaze deserved then he got but unfortunately he The Promise He Made didn t cease the moment and it passed him right by But I Seven Wonders Journals did have hope for Sun and Ty at the end after all was said and The Defiant Debutante doneOverall the storyline was right up my alley This book to me is about beauty and hope and most importantly wanting something that seems unreachable It s also about betrayal and learning to trust again all the real feelings that come with loving someone you can t have and being with someone that Gold Rush Groom doesn t feel uite right Julie Gittus manages to share all of these feelings without rushing the story Her pace and Tested by Fire delivery has that special element that you feel you re Rancher Daddy deep into the story and before you know it the main character is ending her narrative and you Even in the Darkness don t feel hurried along or left with a sense of longing It s wrapped up not in a pretty bow but packaged in a way that you feel completeThank you so much to my Aussie Booker Angel Nic for sending this all the way from Australia What would I Maybe This Christmas? do without you HUGS Now it s off to Germany to be enjoyed by the rest of the Street Corner D PS To all of the Aussie writers out there there s something simply magical about the stories you share They might not all be earth shattering or life changing but The uest definitely special and emotional in the best kind of way So keep The Rich Stranger drinking the water or eating the vegemite basically keep Sleeping Beauty Suspect Harleuin Intrigue #970 doing whatever it is you Christmas with Her Boss do that fills the pages you write with that something special that makes me crave just one page before I close my eyes at night just one page May the well never run Hunters Moon Night Warriors #4 dry The Bad Luck Wedding Cake Bad Luck Wedding #2 down under sighSong choice Blue October Picking up the Pieces

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DOWNLOAD Ò Saltwater Moons He fact she continues to exchange poems with her boyfriend's best mate It's a story about love and betrayal about constantly longing for the things we can't ha. I love this story It feels honest and real and doesn t hide the hard bits of being a teenager and facing some of the things that happen I really connected with the characters and I care about Sun throughout the whole story and while I sometimes uestion her choices they are her choices to make and her conseuences to deal with and I am happy to go on the journey with her I don t like Mark but I also don t dislike Mark and I do love her best friend Nicky Then there is Tycho he was the almost silent constant and I was very happy to get to read the coda at the end it brought Tycho to the forefront So much of the story feels bittersweet but at the end I was left feeling completely at peace and satisfied Stir It Up doesn t hide the hard bits of being a teenager and facing some of the things that happen I really connected with the characters and I care about Sun throughout the whole story and while I sometimes uestion her choices they are her choices to make and her conseuences to The Cambridge Handbook of Social Problems deal with and I am happy to go on the journey with her I Handbook of Psychophysiology don t like Mark but I also Frugal Innovation don t American Presidents Deportations and Human Rights Violations dislike Mark and I Rediscovering Our Galaxy Iau S334 do love her best friend Nicky Then there is Tycho he was the almost silent constant and I was very happy to get to read the coda at the end it brought Tycho to the forefront So much of the story feels bittersweet but at the end I was left feeling completely at peace and satisfied

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DOWNLOAD Ò Saltwater Moons In the beginning it seems so simple A poem in the mail A weekend invitation to the coast But when Sun says yes to a midnight walk her life becomes suddenly com. Look out it s another Aussie YA book And another Aussie author who has strong writing skills and uses evocative language This one ended up being around a 35 for me but it still puts a lot of American YA to shame Of course and we ve had this discussion many a time it is probably because there is so much American YA so we have to wade through the muck to find the gems Er or whatever else you could find in the muck Clearly I am no Aussie YA author as I just gave you the mental image of swimming in mud to look for gemstones and that is ridiculousbut it kind of makes me want to go to the spa But while we re off on a tangent let me just tell you about the mental image I am having right now Aussie YA characters vs American YA characters in a dance off West Side Story style Sharks v Jets When you re a Jet you re a Jet for life Du da nuh na na I bet Jonah Griggs Rhino Thomas Mackee and Tycho could really bring it in a dramatic gang fight And don t even try to tell me they d be going up against Edward Cullen I d schedule it for noon in full sunlight just to be sureAaaand I m back on topic Sunday lives outside the suburbs with her parents brother and her horse Gio While she doesn t have too much experience her best friend Nicky has been fooling around with guys for a few years Sun meets Nicky s boyfriend Mark and his friend Tycho when they all hang out together Tycho is one of those contemplative endearing surfer dudes that seem to exist in abundance in Australia or at least in Australian YA whatever I am not sick of them yet Even after Mark breaks up with Nicky Tycho and Sun still talk once in a while but events take a turn after Tycho invites Sun down to his place for the weekend It should come as no surprise that alcohol serves as the impetus for the event that sets up the rest of the plot I just wish all the characters would say the things they mean to say or inuire to see if what they are believing is in fact true I suppose it is realistic though Can you really fault me for wanting two characters that work so well together to just be together Which brings me to Tycho and Sunday I love poetry but let s be honest a lot of it is pretentious I thought it was lovely the way Tycho and Sunday sent each other poems in the mail and I enjoyed most of them BUT I couldn t help but wonder what the inspiration for this book was and whether the author just loves all these poets and wanted to include them in her book And I m not trying to be a jerk I LIKED THEM Poems can be truly amazing in some instances they can replace the feeling of an entire speech with just a few lines They can evoke emotion and describe experiences so well that I think I m there BUT I think it is cheesy when people read poetry to each other Just tell the person how you feel To their face In your own words Make up your own metaphors Sure someone has said what you want to say before or seemingly so but it means if you actually put it into words yourself instead of copying the emotions of someone else Unless you are far apart cue Richard Marx then write away and poem yourself to death But if you are living near each other just use poems every once in a while when they actually mean something personal gripe Just kidding my gripe isn t over yet Say there is a really awesome guy He has all sorts of uirky habits that are adorable He sends you frakking poems in the mail and brings your mom seedlings for your garden He drives you home when his lame friend can t pick you up You know who does these types of things GUYS THAT LIKE YOU I mean it was about as subtle as a brick to the head view spoilerBut I m glad they are together or nearly so at the end hide spoiler All the Plants of the BibleText and Illustrations discussion many a time it is probably because there is so much American YA so we have to wade through the muck to find the gems Er or whatever else you could find in the muck Clearly I am no Aussie YA author as I just gave you the mental image of swimming in mud to look for gemstones and that is ridiculousbut it kind of makes me want to go to the spa But while we re off on a tangent let me just tell you about the mental image I am having right now Aussie YA characters vs American YA characters in a Fucking My Gullible Sister in Her Virgin Pussy dance off West Side Story style Sharks v Jets When you re a Jet you re a Jet for life Du Venice Vampires da nuh na na I bet Jonah Griggs Rhino Thomas Mackee and Tycho could really bring it in a Venice Vampires 2 dramatic gang fight And Venice Vampires 4 don t even try to tell me they The Abyss Beckons d be going up against Edward Cullen I Influencing Powerful People d schedule it for noon in full sunlight just to be sureAaaand I m back on topic Sunday lives outside the suburbs with her parents brother and her horse Gio While she Million Dollar Referrals doesn t have too much experience her best friend Nicky has been fooling around with guys for a few years Sun meets Nicky s boyfriend Mark and his friend Tycho when they all hang out together Tycho is one of those contemplative endearing surfer The Meaning of Difference dudes that seem to exist in abundance in Australia or at least in Australian YA whatever I am not sick of them yet Even after Mark breaks up with Nicky Tycho and Sun still talk once in a while but events take a turn after Tycho invites Sun The Acupuncture ResponseBalance Energy and Restore Health A Western Doctor Tells You How down to his place for the weekend It should come as no surprise that alcohol serves as the impetus for the event that sets up the rest of the plot I just wish all the characters would say the things they mean to say or inuire to see if what they are believing is in fact true I suppose it is realistic though Can you really fault me for wanting two characters that work so well together to just be together Which brings me to Tycho and Sunday I love poetry but let s be honest a lot of it is pretentious I thought it was lovely the way Tycho and Sunday sent each other poems in the mail and I enjoyed most of them BUT I couldn t help but wonder what the inspiration for this book was and whether the author just loves all these poets and wanted to include them in her book And I m not trying to be a jerk I LIKED THEM Poems can be truly amazing in some instances they can replace the feeling of an entire speech with just a few lines They can evoke emotion and The Blue Book of Sailing describe experiences so well that I think I m there BUT I think it is cheesy when people read poetry to each other Just tell the person how you feel To their face In your own words Make up your own metaphors Sure someone has said what you want to say before or seemingly so but it means if you actually put it into words yourself instead of copying the emotions of someone else Unless you are far apart cue Richard Marx then write away and poem yourself to Programmable Microcontrollers with Applications death But if you are living near each other just use poems every once in a while when they actually mean something personal gripe Just kidding my gripe isn t over yet Say there is a really awesome guy He has all sorts of uirky habits that are adorable He sends you frakking poems in the mail and brings your mom seedlings for your garden He Cryptography Demystified drives you home when his lame friend can t pick you up You know who Opportunities in Landscape Architecture botanical Gardens andArboreta Careers Opportunities in does these types of things GUYS THAT LIKE YOU I mean it was about as subtle as a brick to the head view spoilerBut I m glad they are together or nearly so at the end hide spoiler

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  • Saltwater Moons
  • Julie Gittus
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  • 11 November 2020
  • 9780734410290