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Whisky Charlie Foxtrot ebook

by Annabel Smith

About the Book

Whisky and Charlie are identical twins but they have grown to be poles apart. The trouble is, Charlie is afraid he may never get to speak to his brother again.

This is a book about making mistakes and facing up to them, and a book about forgiveness and love.

Praise for the book
‘A wonderfully written novel …’ The Examiner

‘Smith captures perfectly the nuanced relationship and the competitiveness between the two young men … The novel’s structure works extremely well, and should make it a favourite with book clubs.’ Bookseller+Publisher

‘This moving tale of brotherly love and rivalry is the perfect way to learn the two-way alphabet, by heart.’ Danielle Wood

‘There may be more endearing characters than the flawed and flailing Charlie Ferns, but I can’t remember the last time I met one. From Alpha to Zulu, the immensity of impending loss is the backdrop to this funny and compassionate novel about the messiness of love, of families—of all the things that really matter.’ Amanda Curtin

‘Her fresh, well-written and uniquely constructed novel provides an entertaining read while reminding us to step out and see the bigger picture.’ The West Australian

‘a beautifully written love story crafted in a unique and fascinating way.’ Buzzwords

‘Smith’s style is fresh and elegant.’ Readings Monthly

‘It is this drama and emotional messiness of families that gives this warm, charming tale such immense heart.’ Subiaco Post

Category
ebooks
Publication Year
2012
Edition
1
Publisher
Fremantle Press
Awards
  • Shortlisted, Most Underrated Book Award, 2013
ISBN13
9781921888625
HB/PB
Ebook
Format
Ebook
Pages
312
Other Editions
Sample Chapter
Whisky Charlie Foxtrot_SampleChapter.pdf
Teaching Notes
WHISKY CHARLIE FOXTROT TEACHING NOTES.pdf
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