On an ordinary day, Keats meets an extraordinary girl. A goddess, Athena. Between the lies, half-truths and evasions he learns how ambiguous love is, and how human they both are.
Children's Book Council Of Australia - Notable Children's Book
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Joanne Horniman (1951- ) is an Australian author who has won several awards for her books for children, teenagers and young adults. Her novels often set in country New South Wales, and often deal with such themes as the search for identity, family relationships, growing up in rural communities, and teenage parenthood.
Joanne Horniman grew up in Murwillumbah in country New South Wales, Australia. She started writing at the age of about six, and has written stories on a regular basis since then. Growing up, she had an avid interest in politics, regularly reading the works of Karl Marx. She studied at university in Sydney, and has worked as an editor, a colleges and university teacher, and as an author. She now lives in Lismore in northern New South Wales. Her novel Loving Athena (2001) won a Notable Book title in the Australian Children's Book Council Awards in 1998; and her novel Mahalia (2001) won an Honour Book title in the same awards in 2002. After writing a number of books for teenagers and young adults, she wrote her first book for adults, A Charm of Powerful Trouble in 2002.
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