This story describes the life of a cancer patient in a way that no other young adult book does, focusing not just on living with cancer, but going through it, with the help of patience, love, and friendship.
Despite the ever-growing tumour in his head, Adam just wishes he was normal. This is until his latest operation, when everything seems like a lost hope, and he knows he isn’t normal. He doesn’t know what to do, because there is nothing he can do.
All he feels he has left are his friends. But that may be all he needs.
the inky awards ceremony happened and it was AMAZINGRead more
The first nominated book I’m going to write about is Paper Cranes Don’t Fly. This book is absolutely amazing and if you are looking for negatives, this is the wrong post. I really enjoyed it and congratulate Peter Vu for his ideas. Anyway, let’s get started (this is both a...Read more
My first book “review”. I haven’t really done a review, more a list. It’s a bit long, but there aren’t any negatives about the book. I really hope you enjoy this post.Read more
Because my April/May TBR was such a success, I thought I'd give it another go! Admittedly this time I will have more free time to read seeing as how after the 13th of June, it is my official hols!! I'm so excited already which is a little bit problematic considering I...Read more
Every year we select a small group of teens to help us whittle down our Inky Awards longlist to a final shortlist. Once selected, this shortlist will be voted on by teens from around Australia to select our Gold and Silver Inky Awarded titles. This year we have a record nine judges...Read more