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The Haunting of Lily Frost
by

This room holds secrets, and even if they are of the dark–frightening type, I love secrets more than anything else.

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Overview

When Lily Frost’s parents move her from the only home and best friend she’s ever known to a country town called Gideon, things are dire. Lily knows no one – but someone seems to know her. And that someone isn’t exactly the welcoming type.

Upon entering her new attic bedroom, Lily faints. Coming to, she’s overcome by the whispers of secrets. Determined to find out why, Lily is thrown into the path of cute local boy Danny. He’s not giving anything away, so it’s up to Lily to make sense of the watery footprints on her floor and the cold air that constantly seeps into her bones.

For Lily, life in this small town is about to get very interesting as she finds herself seeing things she thought belonged to the dead.

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Nova Weetman, author of Sick Bay, The Secrets We Share, Frankie and Joely, The Haunting of Lily Frost, Everything Is Changed, and The Secrets We Keep

Nova Weetman

Nova Weetman’s prose has appeared in various literary magazines including Kill Your Darlings, Island, Tirra Lirra, Wet Ink, Mslexia, and Overland. She has written for the children’s television series Pixel Pinkie and Buzz Bumble. She also wrote the short films Ripples and Mr Wasinski’s Song, for which she received an AWGIE nomination for best short screenplay, as well as the Best Short Film Award from the Melbourne International Film Festival. Nova has published three middle-grade novels, including The Secrets We Keep in 2016. Everything Is Changed is her third novel for young adults. Her first, The Haunting of Lily Frost, was shortlisted in the 2014 Aurealis Awards for Best Young Adult Novel. Nova lives with her partner, a playwright, and their two children in Melbourne.