Play the Game

Play the Game

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A contemporary pick-a-path series about life, first crushes and friendship, that lets the reader choose how the story goes!

When it comes to netball, Edie Thomas is a natural. She's only ever played for fun and to hang out with her netball-mad bestie Tess. But when Edie makes the state team, it looks like netball will be taking centre stage. Until ...

1. Edie drops out of the team when she scores a lead role in Romeo and Juliet opposite her long-time crush, Freddy. But will the school play be all that Edie dreams it will be? And will Tess ever forgive her for dumping netball?

2. Edie begins to resent netball taking over her entire life. Can a cute distraction, in the shape of footballer hottie Finn, rekindle her passion for sport or will she quit netball for good?

Follow your heart right to the end, or go back and choose all over again.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 256 pages
  • 130 x 199mm
  • Australia
  • 1760121754
  • 9781760121754
  • 808,841

About Nova Weetman

Nova Weetman is the author of three books in the Choose Your Own Ever After series - Change of Heart, A Hot Cold Summer and Play the Game. One of her young adult novels, Everything is Changed, was a Children's Book Council of Australia Notable, and was shortlisted for Best YA at the Davitt Awards. Her middle grade novel, The Secrets We Keep, was a CBCA Notable. It was shortlisted for the Readings Children's Prize, the ABIA Awards, the Speech Pathologist Awards and the YABBA Awards, and it won the Kroc Award for Best Fiction for Years 7 to 9. Her second book in this series, The Secrets We Share, was a CBCA Notable. Noah and Blue's Zooniverse is Nova's new series for junior readers.

Nova has also published numerous short stories and written for television shows such as Neighbours and Backyard Science. She wrote the short films Ripples and Mr Wasinski's Song, which received an AWGIE nomination and won the Best Australian Short at Melbourne International Film Festival.
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70 ratings
4.07 out of 5 stars
5 43% (30)
4 30% (21)
3 21% (15)
2 3% (2)
1 3% (2)
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