Ghost Bird

Ghost Bird

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A thrilling, multi award-winning, teen ghost story, from a First Nations Australian author, drawing on the culture and beliefs of her close-knit community.
Stacey and Laney are twins and mirror images of each other but as different as the sun and the moon. Stacey wants to go places, do things and be someone different while Laney just wants to skip school and sneak out of the house to meet her boyfriend Troy. When Laney doesn't come home one night, the town assumes she's just doing her normal run-off but Stacey's gut tells her different.
Stacey knows her twin isn't dead - she just doesn't know where she is; she can see her in her dreams but doesn't know if she is real or imagined. Holding onto the words her Nan taught her is one thing but listening to those around you is another - who will Stacey trust? As the town starts to believe that Laney is missing for good, can she find her twin in time?
'Part coming-of-age story, part "Romeo and Juliet" romance, part speculative fiction, part Aboriginal spiritual revelation, part mystery - this is a story that is mature on many levels.' ReadPlus
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Product details

  • Paperback | 288 pages
  • 128 x 198 x 25mm | 210g
  • Pulborough, United Kingdom
  • English
  • N
  • 1910646806
  • 9781910646809
  • 41,197

About Lisa Fuller

Lisa Fuller is a member of the Wulli Wulli Nation, recognised in 2015 as the traditional custodians of 108,000 hectares of Queensland, Australia. She is an editor and publishing consultant, and is passionate about culturally appropriate writing and publishing. Lisa previously published poetry, blogs and short fiction, but her first YA fiction title, Ghost Bird, was an instant prizewinner in her homeland.
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