Whisky and Charlie are identical twins. But everything about them is poles apart. It’s got so bad that Charlie can’t even bear to talk to his brother anymore – until a freak accident steals Whisky from his family, and Charlie has to face the fact he may never speak to his brother again.
‘It is rare to encounter fiction that will appeal to adults and Young Adults alike that so intelligently explores the downright messiness of family relationships through adult characters; rarer still to find an author who writes of traumatic injury and the looming shadow of death with such verve and sensitivity.’ —Australian Book Review
Annabel’s first novel, A New Map of the Universe, was published by UWA Publishing in 2005, chosen as their flagship novel to launch their adult fiction series. Her first novel was shortlisted for the WA Premier’s Book Awards. Annabel holds a PhD in Writing.