Lies I Told About A Girl

Lies I Told About A Girl None

  • Title: Lies I Told About A Girl
  • Author: Anson Cameron
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 240
  • Format: Paperback
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      Published :2018-05-11T16:18:11+00:00

    1 thought on “Lies I Told About A Girl”

    1. A humane novel which poses moral questions and opposes the social habits and attitudes of privileged 'bright coloured' teenage students to those of the 'dun-coloured' local peasantry. The plot titillated this reader by incorporating close approximations to famous institutions, persons and events. Occasional lyrical references to the landscape gave me a strong sense of being in what I guess was the Victorian high country. The style appealed to me very much - the narrator is speaking in the voice [...]

    2. I read this in preparation for the Sydney Writers' Festival, where the author Anson Cameron will be speaking. Highly recommend this book, by the end I was absolutely hooked. The plot centres around Bluey, a 15 year old poor city kid who attends a swanky school in the bush on scholarship, the heir to the British throne who is also attending, and the other kids. It's great being inside Bluey's head, he's just so warm and loveable. Class, love, lust, heroism, it's all there. Enjoy.

    3. One of my (many) Australia purchases!The story of a young "townie" scholarshipped to the expensive boarding school, and what happens when a young prince comes to live there. As with many novels with teenager protagonists, this brings the horrors of high school rushing back. Young love vs. young lust, competition, and the pangs of being the outsider. Blech. (Blech to being a teenager, not to the book!)

    4. Absolutely loved this book! I recommend the audiobook version read by Francis Greenslade he brought the book alive, the first book ive read by Anson Cameron and it definitely wont be the last one of the best books ive read this year.

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