Author(s): Kirsty Murray
On Armistice Day 1918 Tiney Flynn turns seventeen and it feels as though her life is just beginning. Her brother and his friends are coming home from the Great War and her sisters are falling in love. But Tiney and her family find that building peace is far more complicated than they could ever have imagined...Tiney's year will hold a world of new experience, from tragedy to undreamt-of joy, from seances to masked balls and riots in the streets. At the end of a war and the dawn of the jazz age, Tiney Flynn will face her greatest fears and begin a journey that will change her destiny...
Commended for CBCA Awards 2015 (Australia).
Kirsty Murray is the author of eleven novels for children and young adults, such as Market Blues, Walking Home with Marie-Claire, the 'Children of the Wind' quartet of historical fiction, Vulture's Gate, India Dark, and The Four Seasons of Lucy McKenzie. Her books have won numerous awards, including the WA Premier's Award and the NSW Premier's History Award. She has been a Creative Fellow of the State Library of Victoria and an Asialink Literature Resident in South India. She lives in Melbourne in a house full of books and spooky puppets.