The Flywheel


The Ampersand Prize-winner Erin Gough delivers a heart-warming debut novel about queer romance, crap parents & finding your feet when life gets messy. Seventeen-year-old Delilah drops out of high school when her romance with another girl goes horribly wrong and the whole school turns on her. Preferring chaos to bullying, Del makes it her mission to save her dad's crumbling café, the Flywheel, while he 'finds himself' overseas.  Accompanied by her charming troublemaker best friend Charlie, Del sets out to save the cafe, keep Charlie out of prison, and maybe get a date with Rosa, the beautiful flamenco dancer from across the road. But when life is messy enough as it read more

Love this? Share it around!

ISBN:

9781742978178

Format:

Paperback

Pages:

288

Dimensions:

21cm x 13cm

RRP:

$19.99

Category:

Young Adult Books

Publisher:

Hardie Grant Egmont

Published:

01 February 2015

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Erin Gough

Erin Gough is a Sydney-based writer whose award-winning short stories have appeared in a number of journals and anthologies including Black Inc.'s Best Australian Stories, The Age, Overland, Southerly and Going Down Swinging. Prizes she has received for her fiction include first place in the Banjo Patterson National Short Story Competition, the Wimmera Literary Competition, and the FAW Frank Page Award for