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He fact she continues to exchange poems with her boyfriend's best mate It's a story about love and betrayal about constantly longing for the things we can't ha. I love this story It feels honest and real and doesn t hide the hard bits of being a teenager and facing some of the things that happen I really connected with the characters and I care about Sun throughout the whole story and while I sometimes uestion her choices they are her choices to make and her conseuences to deal with and I am happy to go on the journey with her I don t like Mark but I also don t dislike Mark and I do love her best friend Nicky Then there is Tycho he was the almost silent constant and I was very happy to get to read the coda at the end it brought Tycho to the forefront So much of the story feels bittersweet but at the end I was left feeling completely at peace and satisfied Undeniably Fated of being a teenager and facing some The Ira War Strategy Tactics and Military Lessons Csis Significant Issues Series Csis Significant Issues Series of the things that happen I really connected with the characters and I care about Sun throughout the whole story and while I sometimes uestion her choices they are her choices to make and her conseuences to deal with and I am happy to go Black Blue on the journey with her I don t like Mark but I also don t dislike Mark and I do love her best friend Nicky Then there is Tycho he was the almost silent constant and I was very happy to get to read the coda at the end it brought Tycho to the forefront So much The Moe Manifesto of the story feels bittersweet but at the end I was left feeling completely at peace and satisfied

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In the beginning it seems so simple A poem in the mail A weekend invitation to the coast But when Sun says yes to a midnight walk her life becomes suddenly com. I want to go visit Australia I don t know if everyone lives by the ocean and eats olive pat and uince paste and puts grapes in their salads or serves lime blossom tea with honey but I d really like to find out Saltwater Moons certainly makes Melbourne seem like a beautiful place to live Sunday is visiting her crush Tycho s parents house on the coast and she is drawn to romantic lure of surf and sand and moonlight as well as increasingly attracted to the boy who invited her One night when he s acting distant however she finds herself headed down a path she never expectedand the conseuences of her choice resonate with all the people she cares about the mostSun is a very typical teenager She feels intense emotions ranging from the dizzy excitement of being attracted to two boys as well as the all consuming anger and pain of being rejected She s also unsure of herself confused by what to make of mixed signals reckless headstrong and deceptive Honestly sometimes it was really hard to sympathize with her because some of the choices she makes are so hurtful and careless and clearly deliberately done in retaliation for her own insecurity But this is said as an adult with 2020 hindsight Most of Sunday s actions and reactions feel emotionally true to that heedless period in your life when it seems as if the world might end if you don t act uickly and get those emotions out of your system nowI find it really hard to get over her behavior towards her friend Nicky however And I am upset that any girl would exchange letters and poems with a boy do kids really do this who s so darned nice to her but still seesaws so wildly in her affections with him But again none of this is unbelievable or hard to imagine in fact it s far too easy to remember the urge to act just this way I m just not sure how much I actually enjoy reading about stuff like this as I tend to like my escapist YA fiction to be infused with a little joy and a little happinessI m probably in the minority on that front however The writing is very appealing and I m sure that the angsty premise will be very relatable to many other readers who may enjoy this a little than I did I m still awarding it 3 stars for the prose as well as the painfully realistic emotions of what it feels like to be a teenagerMy heartfelt thanks to Missie and Nic for sending this book along as part of the Go Aussie Book Tour I really appreciate having the opportunity to read such great Australian YA literature thanks to their generosity So many of these titles will never make it to the US or will take years to get here so it s wonderful to be exposed to authors we might otherwise never find Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere An Illustrated Introduction Tuttle Martial Arts ocean and eats The Empirical Stance The Terry Lectures Series olive pat and uince paste and puts grapes in their salads Book of Isms or serves lime blossom tea with honey but I d really like to find バガボンド 1 out Saltwater Moons certainly makes Melbourne seem like a beautiful place to live Sunday is visiting her crush Tycho s parents house Расул Гамзатов Стихи on the coast and she is drawn to romantic lure Disrupted My Misadventure in the Start Up Bubble of surf and sand and moonlight as well as increasingly attracted to the boy who invited her One night when he s acting distant however she finds herself headed down a path she never expectedand the conseuences Microsoft Office Excel 2007 for Project Managers of her choice resonate with all the people she cares about the mostSun is a very typical teenager She feels intense emotions ranging from the dizzy excitement Uncle Tom's Cabin; 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Plicated Saltwater Moons tells the story of Sun Langley during her final months of Year Twelve There's the intensity of her first relationship complicated by t. Another Aussie HitIt s a true testament to how much I enjoy a book when I forego an entire sunny afternoon to curl up on my couch and read a book from beginning to end in one sitting I find I do that uite often with books penned by Aussie writers It s like there s a magic and realism about them Something like tuning into a story you re already familiar with to get another few chapters of someone s life someone you feel you know and a story that seems so real I don t know how else to put it but that s what these books do to me and Saltwater Moons is no exceptionNow I have to admit up front that I noticed this story caused some heated emotions for some of my Street Corner Booker friends and I didn t feel the same way I m not uite sure if it was the protagonist or her boyfriend that raised these emotions in them but I felt tuned into the three main characters and I had a bag load of sympathy for each of them at the ready I really came to like Sun Tycho pronounced TySHO and even Mark in some form or fashion They each had a sort of vulnerability that was expressed so honestly that I wanted to give them all a big hug So as far as the cast of characters go they were awesome I m probably one of the only Bookers that came to like Mark Now don t get me wrong what he did at the end was wrong but the entire time I saw him for what he was sad flawed and somehow broken to the point that you really had to look closely to sense his desperation and that broke my heart I wish he didn t do that one thing that was meant to destroy his character at the end but other than that he was your typical guy that makes mistakes when it comes to girls lust and love I tried to understand why Sun made the choice she made that sealed her fate between her and Tycho and I don t think it was a strong enough reason to set Tycho aside but she realized that Tycho was definitely someone that deserved then he got but unfortunately he didn t cease the moment and it passed him right by But I did have hope for Sun and Ty at the end after all was said and doneOverall the storyline was right up my alley This book to me is about beauty and hope and most importantly wanting something that seems unreachable It s also about betrayal and learning to trust again all the real feelings that come with loving someone you can t have and being with someone that doesn t feel uite right Julie Gittus manages to share all of these feelings without rushing the story Her pace and delivery has that special element that you feel you re deep into the story and before you know it the main character is ending her narrative and you don t feel hurried along or left with a sense of longing It s wrapped up not in a pretty bow but packaged in a way that you feel completeThank you so much to my Aussie Booker Angel Nic for sending this all the way from Australia What would I do without you HUGS Now it s off to Germany to be enjoyed by the rest of the Street Corner D PS To all of the Aussie writers out there there s something simply magical about the stories you share They might not all be earth shattering or life changing but definitely special and emotional in the best kind of way So keep drinking the water or eating the vegemite basically keep doing whatever it is you do that fills the pages you write with that something special that makes me crave just one page before I close my eyes at night just one page May the well never run dry down under sighSong choice Blue October Picking up the Pieces バガボンド 1 of Sun Langley during her final months Расул Гамзатов Стихи of Year Twelve There's the intensity Disrupted My Misadventure in the Start Up Bubble of her first relationship complicated by t. 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10 thoughts on “Saltwater Moons

  1. says:

    Look out it’s another Aussie YA book And another Aussie author who has strong writing skills and uses evocative language This one ended up being around a 35 for me but it still puts a lot of American YA to shame Of course and we’ve had this discussion many a time it is probably because there is so much American YA so we have to wade through the muck to find the gems Er or whatever else you could find in the muck Clearly I am

  2. says:

    I want to go visit Australia I don't know if everyone lives by the ocean and eats olive paté and uince paste and puts grapes in their salads or serves lime blossom tea with honey but I'd really like to find out Saltwater Moons certainly makes Melbourne seem like a beautiful place to live Sunday is visiting her crush Tycho's parent

  3. says:

    Gosh what a beautiful book for teenagersThis is the story of Sun in the last few months of high school She meets two older guys and everything changes It's a story of love and betrayal and heartbreak and loyalty and getting it all mixed up It seamlessly portrays that adolescent feeling of muddling through a confusion of f

  4. says:

    Another Aussie HitIt’s a true testament to how much I enjoy a book when I forego an entire sunny afternoon to curl up on my couch and read a b

  5. says:

    35 starsWhen I finished Saltwater Moons last night I had mixed feelings There were a lot of things that happened that brought out my anger but I just could not stop reading I thought the story was intriguing the setting was nice and I really liked the writing All the Australian books I've read so far have great writing Tho

  6. says:

    Favourite uote Time stretched expanded so there was just him and me and the closeness and I thought how it was all very well to tell yourself what you should and shouldn't feel but in the end the should word didn't make the slightes

  7. says:

    Aussie Book challenge 2011 #635starsSaltwater Moons is a book about messy teenage actions and the conseuences and lessons of those actions It's about the confusion of firsts betrayal and ultimately self discovery This book actually really surprised me once it was all said and done I liked it but at the same time

  8. says:

    I love this story It feels honest and real and doesn't hide the hard bits of being a teenager and facing some of the thing

  9. says:

    Settled for an audiobook of this because Fiona is tired HahaThis is the story of Sun in the last few months of high school She meets two guys and everything changes Saltwater Moons a story of love and betrayal and heartbreak and loyalty and getting it all mixed up It seamlessly portrays that adolescent feeling of muddli

  10. says:

    Aussie Reading Challenge #2 Beautifully written Captivating backdrop and setting Another enticing Aussie book for the summer Though this book is a coming of age book I feel that the target audience should be the mature teens