90 Packets of Instant Noodles
Joel and Craggs are in it together. They drink booze together, they flirt with petty theft together and, when Craggs turns violent, they face the consequences together too. That's until Joel's dad makes a deal with the police. Craggs is off to juvenile detention and Joel to solitary confinement. Ninety days of fending for himself in a remote bush shack with no radio, telephone or fridge. Miles from anywhere, Joel starts to like his own company, till one day the past tracks him down. Craggs is on his doorstep and he hasn't changed a bit.
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This book was on the 2011 list of notables on the website for the Children's Book Council of Australia. It was okay. There was an interesting story. A young man on the path to getting into serious ... Read full review
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