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Talk Under Water
by

A page-turning story of friendship and adventure which celebrates and embraces difference, diversity and courage.

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Overview

Will and Summer meet online and strike up a friendship based on coincidence. Summer lives in Will’s old hometown, Kettering, a small Tasmanian coastal community. Summer isn’t telling the whole truth about herself, but figures it doesn’t matter if they never see each other in person, right?

When Will returns to Kettering, the two finally meet and Summer can no longer hide her secret – she is deaf. Can Summer and Will find a way to be friends in person even though they speak a completely different language?

Details
Kathryn Lomer, author of Two Kinds Of Silence, Extraction Of Arrows, Night Writing, Camera Obscura, The Spare Room, What Now, Tilda B?, and The God In The Ink

Kathryn Lomer

Kathryn Lomer grew up in north-west Tasmania and lives in Hobart. She has published across the genres of novel, short story, young adult fiction and poetry. Her books have received a number of awards, including a NSW Premier’s Literary Award, the Anne Elder Award and the Margaret Scott Prize.