Malcolm and Juliet
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Malcolm and Juliet

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Description

Sex was a latecomer to the party of Malcolm's life, and when it did arrive, it didn't come dressed in any of the usual guises...... Malcolm is sixteen. With the mind of a science nerd, the body of a teenager, and an ambition to reconcile the two, he embarks upon his latest research project - sex. Join Malcolm on his journey, as he meets the cast of characters who will take him a little closer to the centre of life's mystery. Will Charlotte find true love? Will Kevin get his guy? How did Juliet lose her virginity and will the school principal succeed in having Malcolm's project banned? Malcolm is just the person to find out.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 182 pages
  • 130 x 198 x 14mm | 160g
  • Text Publishing Co
  • The Text Publishing Company
  • Melbourne, Australia
  • 1921520329
  • 9781921520327
  • 1,463,741

About Bernard Beckett

Bernard Beckett was awarded a Royal Society Fellowship for Teachers of Maths, Science and Technology in 2005, during which he worked at the Allan Wilson Centre for Molecular Evolution. That year, he found himself looking for a way to combine his passions for science, philosophy and storytelling. Falling for Science is his first non-fiction book. He's written several novels, won many awards for his fiction. His lnovel Genesis was also written as a result of his time at the Allan Wilson Centre. This 'otherworldly' sci-fi thriller was winner of the Young Adult Fiction category in the NZ Post 2007 Book Awards. His other books are No Alarms, Malcolm and Juliet, Jolt, Deep Fried, Home Boys and Acid Song.show more

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86 ratings
3.4 out of 5 stars
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4 31% (27)
3 36% (31)
2 14% (12)
1 3% (3)
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