Three Ways to Snog an Alien by Graham Joyce

Three Ways to Snog an Alien

Written by Graham Joyce

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A hilarious, sharply observed romantic comedy about mysterious girls and disastrous boys that teens will find compelling, thought-provoking but ultimately life-affirming.


Three Ways to Snog an Alien by Graham Joyce

Druce's new girlfriend is hot, but what's with the weird behaviour, freaky parents and the super-human intelligence? And was that really a forked tongue he saw or did he imagine it? Then he meets someone on the internet who tells him that aliens have infiltrated the planet. Could Angela be an alien? Is she really trying to suck out his brains?

About the Author

Graham Joyce

Graham Joyce is an English writer of speculative fiction and the recipient of numerous awards for both his novels and short stories. He grew up in a small mining village just outside of Coventry to a working class family. After receiving a B.Ed. from Bishop Lonsdale College in 1977 and a M.A. from the University of Leicester in 1980, Joyce worked as a youth officer for the National Association of Youth Clubs until 1988. He subsequently quit his position and moved to the Greek islands of Lesbos and Crete to write his first novel, Dreamside. After selling Dreamside to Pan Books in 1991, Joyce moved back to England to pursue a career as a full-time writer.

Presently, Graham Joyce resides in Leicester with his wife, Suzanne Johnson, and their two children, Joseph and Ella. He teaches Creative Writing to graduate students at Nottingham Trent University.

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Faber And Faber

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3rd July 2008




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