All This Could End

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Text Publishing Company, Feb 27, 2013 - Juvenile Fiction - 256 pages
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• Steph Bowe is a seriously impressive young adult author who published her first novel, Girl Saves Boy, to critical acclaim at the age of 16
• The publication of Bowe's debut novel in 2010 attracted major media attention and Bowe's second novel, All This Could End, will be the focus of an equally large media campaign
• 18-year-old Steph Bowe has written a wonderfully clever and funny novel for Gen Z by Gen Z
• What's the craziest thing your mum has asked you to do? Nina Pretty is sure her mother is the most peculiar of all. She is desperately waiting for the day she can ditch the family business: professional bank robberies. When Nina changes school (yet again) she meets the shy and loveable Spencer, and finds every family has its quirks
• Steph Bowe has nailed the very delicate nature of every mother daughter relationship and introduces readers to a cast of teen characters you can't help but fall in love with
• Author will be the guest of a major Australian writers' festival in 2013
• Author lives on the Gold Coast , QLD
• Author has a significant online presence at the popular blog, Hey! Teenager of the Year and a huge Twitter following via @stephbowe
• For ages 13 +
• Teaching notes available

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User Review  - Herenya - LibraryThing

All This Could End begins near the end. It's December, Nina's balaclava-wearing family are robbing a bank, and Nina is holding a gun to the head of a boy she knows. Then it jumps to back to the ... Read full review

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About the author (2013)

Steph Bowe was born in Melbourne in 1994 and lives in Queensland. Her first novel, Girl Saves Boy, was published by Text in 2010.

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