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Book Title: A barna 48 árnyalata|
The author of the book: Nick Earls
Edition: Ciceró Könyvstúdió Kft.
Date of issue: 2005
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Humoros, keserédes történet a felnőtté válásról, a szabadság megízlelésérol, az első komoly szerelemről és furcsa madarakról. A 17 éves ausztrál Dan utolsó, rendhagyó évét kezdi a középiskolában. Szülei Genfbe költöztek, ő pedig Jacqhez, a nagynénjéhez költözik, aki barátnőjével, Naomival bérel házat. Jacq nem hétköznap nagynéni: 22 éves, rövid fekete haja van, egyetemre jár és basszusgitározik. Nem csoda tehát, ha Dan élete alaposan felkavarodik: meg kell próbálnia megtanulni a "túlélést" ebben a számára teljesen más világban, megküzdeni az egyre nehezebb iskolai feladatokkal, a rátörő új érzelmekkel, a legváratlanabb helyzetekkel.
A barna 48 árnyalatának már különös címe is utal rá, hogy története csak látszólag hétköznapi: a szerző rengeteg humorral, helyenként finom iróniával, máskor abszurd szituációkon keresztül ábrázolja a felnőtté válás "rögös útjait".
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Read information about the authorNick Earls is the author of twelve books, including bestselling novels such as Zigzag Street, Bachelor Kisses, Perfect Skin and World of Chickens. His work has been published internationally in English and also in translation, and this led to him being a finalist in the Premier of Queensland’s Awards for Export Achievement in 1999.
Zigzag Street won a Betty Trask Award in the UK in 1998, and is currently being developed into a feature film. Bachelor Kisses was one of Who Weekly’s Books of the Year in 1998. Perfect Skin was the only novel nominated for an Australian Comedy Award in 2003, and has recently been filmed in Italy.
He has written five novels with teenage central characters. 48 Shades of Brown was awarded Book of the Year (older readers) by the Children’s Book Council in 2000, and in the US it was a Kirkus Reviews selection in its books of the year for 2004. A feature film adapted from the novel was released in Australia by Buena Vista International in August 2006, and has subsequently screened at festivals in North America and Europe. His earlier young-adult novel, After January, was also an award-winner.
After January, 48 Shades of Brown, Zigzag Street and Perfect Skin have all been successfully adapted for theatre by La Boite, and the Zigzag Street play toured nationally in 2005.
Nick Earls was the founding chair of the Australian arm of the international aid agency War Child and is now a War Child ambassador. He is or has also been patron of Kids Who Make a Difference and Hands on Art, and an honorary ambassador for both the Mater Foundation and the Abused Child Trust. On top of that, he was the face of Brisbane Marketing’s ‘Downtown Brisbane’ and ‘Experience Brisbane’ campaigns.
His contribution to writing in Queensland led to him being awarded the Queensland Writers Centre’s inaugural Johnno award in 2001 and a Centenary Medal in 2003. His work as a writer, in writing industry development and in support of humanitarian causes led to him being named University of Queensland Alumnus of the Year in 2006. He was also the Queensland Multicultural Champion for 2006.
He has an honours degree in Medicine from the University of Queensland, and has lived in Brisbane since migrating as an eight-year-old from Northern Ireland in 1972. London’s Mirror newspaper has called him ‘the first Aussie to make me laugh out loud since Jason Donovan’. His latest novel is Joel and Cat Set the Story Straight, co-written with Rebecca Sparrow.
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