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by Philip Dean
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  • Author:
    Philip Dean
  • ISBN:
    0868196207
  • ISBN13:
    978-0868196206
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  • Publisher:
    Currency Press Pty Ltd (June 1, 2000)
  • Pages:
    113 pages
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    1109 kb
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    1790 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
  • Votes:
    162
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After January P book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Alex has eighteen days until he finds out if he got into Arts Law, a week. After January P. by. Philip Dean.

His previous Graphia book, 48 Shades of Brown, won Australia s Children s Book Council Book of the Year for Older Readers. Learn more about this copy. Shipping: US$ 1. 0 From Australia to . Destination, rates & speeds.

Philip Dean is an Australian playwright. Dean was born in rural Queensland and is a graduate of the Queensland College of Art and the University of Queensland. He lives in Brisbane. Dean's writing for the stage includes Long Gone Lonesome Cowgirls and adaptations of three Nick Earls' novels-48 Shades of Brown, Zigzag Street, and After January. Dean is the winner of a Matilda Award for Long Gone Lonesome Cowgirls. In 2002, he won an AWGIE Award.

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Some of us grow up as squares, and some of us grow up as rebels. Sometimes it's the other way around.

In these immaculately crafted stories inspired by the 1980s, Philip Dean Walker spotlights a cast of celebrities and historical figures in situations . Light wear to covers, otherwise VERY GOOD CONDT.

In these immaculately crafted stories inspired by the 1980s, Philip Dean Walker spotlights a cast of celebrities and historical figures in situations unsettling as Day-Glo and poignant as roses while the specter of AIDS looms. Dead celebrities are brought back to life in the oddest places: Jackie O in a New York sex club.

Dean's writing for the stage includes Long Gone Lonesome Cowgirls and adaptations of three Nick Earls' novels-48 Shades of Brown, Zigzag Street, and After January. Dean is the winner of a Matilda Award for Long Gone Lonesome Cowgirls References.


Ann
In this book Nick Earls has done much to combat the notion
that young love is immature love, that it is only for the
bold or brash at heart, and most of all that it is based
almost soley on physical contact.

Earls' main character, Alex, is waiting for his High School
grades to come out, waiting to see whether he's scored a
university position. He's at the beach house trying to
distract himself from the anxiety inherent in the wait, by
bodysurfing and watching cricket on TV.

Then comes F (we aren't told her full name until later in
the book), who surfs into Alex's life and upsets all his
plans for an uneventful couple of weeks. Not that he's
complaining...

Earls uses the first-person present tense device very well
indeed, and the book left me feeling a little breathless
by the end of it, just like when I first fell in love as a
youngster. And if a book can rouse old emotions in that way,
then the writer must have achieved something great.
Reighbyra
i love earls style of writing. i love the way we see the main characters thoughts, feelings and anxieties. instead of everything being a happy ending, stuff actually goes wrong, which i love.
hes funny and creates an atmosphere which runs throughout his novels. rather than a story where soemthing has to happen non stop just to keep u interested, this book has the lulls and highs of life itself. its like seeing someone else's life, and how they deal with it.
admittedly seeing as this is his first book, it does ccentre a bit much upon mood and thoughts than events, but i happen to like this. his later books are even better.
a seriously aussie novel. the humour the people, the pastimes are all familiar to our country. its great.