Angela and Gracey. Friends forever. An easy promise to make but a harder one to keep. Especially when your best friend feels torn between you and her Aboriginal world. Yet Gracey doesn't seem to know what that world means to her. Angela would help her if she could, but there are places she can't go, feelings she can't share. Then Angela's comfortable certainties are challenged in a way she can scarcely believe. Did her own grandfather betray Gracey's people? Will the answer kill their struggling friendship? THE THIRD OF THE AWARD-WINNING GRACEY STORIES.
- Paperback | 280 pages
- 130 x 197 x 26mm | 272g
- 30 Mar 2009
- University of Queensland Press
- St Lucia, Australia
About James Moloney
James Moloney has been writing for young people for more than twenty years. Once a teacher and a librarian, his thirty or so books - ranging in audience from seven to seventeen year-olds - have made him one of Australia's most respected authors. James' award-winning books have been translated into French, Korean, Lithuanian and Flemish/Dutch, and include Kill the Possum, Lost Property, A Bridge to Wiseman's Cove, Touch Me, and The Book of Lies. James' Aussie Chomps titles - The Mobile Phone Detective, Trolley Boys, 68 Teeth and Grommet Saves the World - continue to be amongst Penguin's best-selling titles. James and his wife, Kate, live in Brisbane with their three children.