The Trouble with Water

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Trina and her young brother leave town to live in an abandoned shack in rural Northland. Things are not easy for her as she grapples with the reality of living without power - and then there is the trouble with the water. More

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About Janine McVeagh

I have been published across a wide range of genres and media over the years: short and long non-fiction for children and adults; short and long fiction, including two novels for children (Earthquake and Be Counted, both Scholastic) and short stories on radio for adults. I have collaborated in writing plays for radio and early childhood readers in te Reo Maori.

I live in rural New Zealand with my family and am involved in many local and environmental issues.

Reviews

Review by: Jan Prior on Dec. 1, 2016 :
Trina thought she had trouble—no job, nowhere to live and a 12 year old brother landing on her doorstep. When they move to a derelict shack, Trina discovers that the river flowing at the back of the property is in trouble too. Great characters grappling with an urgent situation make for a racy read. The author resists a clichéd ending and there's plenty of scope for a sequel for this gutsy young woman and her friends and family.
(reviewed 15 days after purchase)
Review by: Susan Currie on Nov. 26, 2016 :
I could not put this book down. The characters are believable and it deals with social and environmental issues in a compelling way. I would recommend it highly.
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
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