Paper Alice

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Pan Macmillan Australia Pty, Limited, 2008 - Relationships - 269 pages
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"It was in the Metro section of the Saturday paper - one of those 'what people are wearing in the street'-type segments, featuring a photo of the person and a paragraph underneath describing what she (it was always a girl) had chosen to put on that day. There I was, Alice Macbean, looking like the typical uni student. Fair hair springing around my face, sunnies stretched across wide cheekbones, smiling my having-a-good time smile for the camera.Except it wasn't me."Alice thinks she's got it pretty good. Other than her first year at uni being a bit stressful, her boyfriend Dunc being a bit difficult, and her best friend Milly being a bit impulsive, she can't complain.But when an unfamiliar picture of herself appears in the paper, everything starts to change. Soon, Alice is under a spotlight mistaken for the strangely named Wilda. Every time she tries to set the record straight, she gets sidetracked - especially when the charming and funny Andy is around. Just who and where is the mysterious Wilda? But, more importantly, if she finds her doppelg nger, will Alice learn a lot more about herself than she is willing to know?

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About the author (2008)

Born in Adelaide, Charlotte Calder grew up in the Adelaide Hills and in Darwin. She has also lived in Sydney and in Orange in the Central West of New South Wales. Charlotte has written three other novels for young adults including Cupid Painted Blind and Surviving Amber, as well as occasional pieces for the Sydney Morning Herald and the Australian and has worked as an actor and a photographer.

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