visión de conjunto:Críticas Combining taut intricate thriller with ancient Indigenous tales and the darker side of Australian history this is a deeply poignant and original novel (Guardian)An #ownvoices story that empowers its female heroines giving them pride in their lineage and power in remembering (Kirkus)An up-to-the-minute tale that goes straight to the heart of Australia's darkest history (Margo Lanagan)A magnificent and life-giving novel (Justine Larbalestier)Touching and original [...] a richly informed new novel by a deadly duo (Ellen van Neerven) Reseña del editor ** The book the Guardian has called a: 'taut intricate thriller [...] deeply poignant and original'*Winner of the Victorian Premier YA Prize for Literature and Best Young Adult Novel at the Aurealis Awards - two of Australia's most prestigious writing awards*An extraordinary thriller told from the perspective of two Aboriginal protagonists which weaves together themes of grief colonial history violence love and family.Nothing's been the same for Beth Teller since she died.Her dad a detective is the only one who can see and hear her and he's drowning in grief. Only a suspected murder and a mystery to solve might save them both.And they have a potential witness: Isobel Catching. Aboriginal by birth like Beth she seems lost and isolated in the world.But as the two get closer Isobel's strange tale of glass-eyed monsters and stolen colours will intertwine with Beth's investigation - and reveal something dark and terrible at the heart of this Australian town . . . Biografía del autor Ambelin and Ezekiel Kwaymullina are a brother-sister team of Aboriginal writers who come from the Palyku people of the Pilbara region of Western Australia. They've worked together on a number of short novels and picture books. Catching Teller Crow is their first joint young adult novel. They believe in the power of storytelling to create a more just world.