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Pieces of sky
Pieces of sky
Doyle, Trinity2015
A strong atmospheric novel about Lucy, a sixteen-year-old competitive swimmer in a coastal town who is grappling with a fear of water after the untimely death of her surfer brother.Lucy's life was going as smoothly as any teenager's could. She was the state backstroke champion, and swimming obsessed. She lived with her parents and her brother, Cam, in the small coastal town she'd known all her life. She had friends, she had goals --- she had a life. Now Cam is dead, her parents might as well be -- and Lucy can't bear to get back in the pool. All she has to look forward to now is a big pile of going-nowhere...Drawn to Steffi, the wild ex-best-friend who reminds her of her artist brother, and music-obsessed Evan, the new boy in town, Lucy starts asking questions. Why did Cam die? Was it an accident or suicide? But as Lucy hunts for answers she discovers much more than she expects. About Cam. About her family. About herself...
Main title:
Pieces of sky / Trinity Doyle.
Crows Nest, NSW : Allens & Unwin, 2015.
290 pages ; 20 cm.
Dewey class:
LocationCollectionCall numberStatus/Desc
Beaumaris LibraryTeen FictionT DOYOnloan - Due: 11 Dec 2020
Hampton LibraryTeen FictionT DOYAvailable