Daniel's exploits are a roller-coaster ride through a wild summer off the leash, the madness of share-house living, outback mustering of feral cattle, and nightclub excess. Told with driving energy, blunt honesty and dry humor, Feral Tracks shows why survival on the road means growing up fast.
"Mitchell's debut novel is stunning in its breadth of locations, vibrant characterizations and intelligent handling of contemporary issues ... this is an impressive, clever and entirely satisfying book." Viewpoint"The male version of Puberty Blues." ABC Radio
Euan Mitchell is a writer and tertiary teacher who lives in Melbourne, Australia. He has written two novels and numerous non-fiction books. Feral Tracks is Euan’s first novel, originally released in 1998. It was critically acclaimed and quickly became an independent bestseller in Australia and New Zealand. The screen rights were optioned by Asylum Films in 2000, although the screenplay remains unproduced. Feral Tracks was also short-listed for a readers’ choice award in Western Australia. In 2005 Euan gained his PhD, and has since taught at several universities in Melbourne.
Andy Jones continues his hilarious journey through the human digestive system and tells you everything you (n)ever wanted toknow about BURPS! Whether they be lady-like hiccups or onion-breath stinkers, burps are an essential part of the human experience. the Burptionary is jam-packed full of belchy facts, gaseous jokes and burp-tastic riddles and rhymes, and is guaranteed to have boys everywhere laughing till they spew.
Alexis Ferguson is having the worst Christmas of her life — and that’s saying something. She’s a vampire who has lost almost everything. Not only does she have a significant memory gap, but she keeps experiencing more lapses. Every time she gets close to the answer, she forgets everything again.
She knows the last year and a half has been spent with the other vampires. However, she finds herself with the human family who raised her. She has nobody to help with her bloodthirsty cravings, and she almost takes everyone out at a family dinner.
Something has to give before she does something she’ll regret. Unable to cope on her own, she falls into a depression until another supernatural steps in, concerned for her well-being. He’s gorgeous and knows what Alexis needs before she does. The only problem is that he’s a werewolf… and her teacher. What could possibly go wrong?
Silent Bite works as #3.5 because it takes place during the time of Forgotten – during the time Alexis was having multiple memory lapses.
*Silent Bite is a standalone novel within the Transformed series. It can be read separate from the rest of the books.* You can read Deception (#1) for FREE.
Silent Bite is a paranormal / urban fantasy romantic thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat. In this book and the rest of the series, you'll find a supernatural world far beyond the normal scope of vampires and werewolves that you're used to. Buckle up and get ready for a ride full of twists and turns. Though it's written for and about teens, many adults also really enjoy the series. It's one for all ages - as long as you have an imagination and love surprises!
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Juliette Martin does not ever want to celebrate Christmas again, not when it means reliving the last one after her six-year-old son, Jeremiah, passed away on Christmas Eve.
She and husband, Gabe, find themselves snowed in at a mountain cabin with a pair of strays. Juliette desperately needs a miracle to save her marriage and restore her faith in God. Can a stray dog and an orphan boy help her believe in the magic of Christmas and the power of love?
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