Facetime by Winnie Salamon


Facetime by Winnie Salamon

Esmerelda: Stylish. Unemployed. Has a taste for psychic hotlines. Ned: Hardcore geek. Looks like garden gnome. Has a photographic memory for B-grade sci-fi dialogue. Charlotte: Esmerelda's new housemate. Takes herself too seriously, even when nude-dancing with her boyfriend. Who can blame Es for falling in love with a charming, mysterious, trash-culture-loving American she meets in an online chatroom? 'This book hits waaay too close to home. I sent a copy to my online girlfriend.:)' Stu Hefner, Studboy Magazine 'Wow! It's even better than the Internet!!!' Caffeine, Internet Tsar


'a brilliant comedy/romance for the networked generation ... Awash with laugh-out-loud moments, this zesty novel will delight teens and young adults.' - Australian Bookseller & Publisherhonest, sharp and quick and moves along at a breathless pace.'

.theblurb.com.au'a light and accomplished first novel

'I laughed a lot reading this fresh debut novel'

.homestead.com'a very good read


.theblurb.com.au/Issue19/Facetime.htm at 14/8/02

About the Author

Winnie Salamon is a writer and freelance journalist. She has written about everything from amputee fetishists to what Posh Spice packs when she goes on holiday. Facetime is her first novel.

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192 pages


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Publication date

1st May 2002



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