Girl Saves Boy
By Steph Bowe
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Girl Saves Boy is the fresh and quirky debut novel from 16-year-old Melbourne blogger Steph Bowe. Isn't it enough having your very own terminal disease, without your mother dying?
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Girl Saves Boy
Text Publishing
6 September 2010
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694.1 KB
13+ years (13-17)
New edition
Young Adult Fiction
Young adult

Author Biography

Steph Bowe was born in Melbourne in 1994. She began her writing career as a blogger, before publishing her first YA novel in 2010, at age sixteen. Girl Saves Boy was aptly descibed by Rebecca Stead as 'full of the absolute truth-life is complicated'. Steph went on to publish two further YA novels, All This Could End, which was longlisted for the 2014 Gold Inky Award, and Night Swimming, a Children's Book Council of Australian (CBCA) Notable Book in 2018, when it was also longlisted for a Sisters in Crime Davitt Award. In 2016 Steph was a May Gibbs Children's Literature Trust fellow. Her books have been translated into Spanish, Dutch and Catalan. Steph died on 20 January 2020, aged twenty-five, due to complications from T-cell acute lymphoblastic lymphoma, a form of leukaemia.