The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex



A rock chick.An artist with attitude.A girl with a past.A party animal.Four lives collide when one of the world s most famous paintings is stolen It s a mystery that has the nation talking, but while Picasso s Weeping Woman might be absent from the walls of the National Gallery, in other parts of Melbourne the controversial painting s presence is being felt by Guy, Rafi, Luke and Penny for four very different reasons.Life, love, art and one giant party intersect in this offbeat comedy about good intentions, unexpected consequences and the irresistible force of true love. New Read The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex by Gabrielle Williams For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukThe Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex

Gabrielle Williams has worked in recording studios, advertising and television Her first novel for young adults, Beatle Meets Destiny, was shortlisted for two literary awards in 2010 Her new book, The Guy The Girl The Artist His Ex is currently rating on Goodreads 4.48 stars out of 5 which she s thrilled about If you re interested in great books no crap , see Gab s blog called book Gabrielle Williams has worked in recording studios, advertising and television Her first novel for young adults, Beatle Meets Destiny, was shortlisted for two literary awards in 2010 Her new book, The Guy The Girl The Artist His Ex is currently rating on Goodreads 4.48 stars out of 5 which she s thrilled about If you re interested in great books no crap , see Gab s blog called bookbookblogblog.com

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  • Paperback
  • 247 pages
  • The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex
  • Gabrielle Williams
  • English
  • 05 March 2017

10 thoughts on “The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex

  1. says:

    A bit underdeveloped and much less fun than the cover would suggest.

  2. says:

    Absolutely perfect This book has it all an uncomplicated plot that s made up of complicated characters.The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex starts off with an interesting account that I still need to research a bitIt s about a group that calls themselves the Australian Cultural Terrorist Back in 1986, they stole a Picasso painting of the Weeping Woman from the walls of the National Gallery of Victoria with the intent of getting the government to increase funding and support for stru Absolutely perfect This book has it all an uncompl...

  3. says:

    This review appears on Happy Indulgence Check it out forreviews The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex is a new Australian title meshing different age groups, with two teenagers and two characters in their early 20 s Mixing a light heist story with some major character development, it presented an interesting perspective of life from majorly flawed characters.This book takes a while to warm up After meeting all of the characters, I wondered whether to continue on, seeing as I didn t This review appears on H...

  4. says:

    Absolutely brilliant I read it in one sitting AHHHHH A MUST READ _________________Listen to a Bookish Friends discussion of The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex on Omny, iTunes or on the blog.

  5. says:

    Smart and smiley and refreshing original Loved so much about this the premise and the twisty, brilliant and daring way everything some together Williams is an outstanding author marching along to the beat of her own drum This one is marketed as YA but with 4 POV s some young a...

  6. says:

    The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex is the new young adult novel from Australian author Gabrielle Williams So I had the absolute pleasure of reading this story when it was still a manuscript, and now it s in my hot little hand as a finished book and I need people to know that it s one of my favourites of 2015, and should be on everyone s must read list Allow me to explain This book opens with a history lesson On 2 August 1986, a group calling itself the Australian Cultural Terrorists The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex is the new young adult novel from Australian author Gabrielle Williams So I had the absolute pleasure of reading this story when it was still a manuscript, and now it s in my hot little hand as a finished book and I need people to know that it s one of my favourites of 2015, and should be on everyone s must read list Allow me to explain This book opens with a history lesson On 2 August 1986, a group calling itself the Australian Cultural Terrorists stole one of the world s most iconic paintings Picasso s Weeping Woman off the walls of the National Gallery of Victoria and held it to ransom, demanding an increase in government funding for artists in Victoria The painting was the subject of an international manhunt involving Interpol, Scotland Yard and the Australian Federal Police.The Australian Cultural Terrorists were never found.Pretty cool, right You can definitely see how this lit...

  7. says:

    The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex by Aussie author Gabrielle Williams, is set in Melbourne during August 1986 It revolves around a true story Picasso s painting, Weeping Woman, was stolen by the Australian Cultural Terrorists and ransomed for better funding for the arts It was later returned but there has always been some question as to it s authenticity.This was an event I d never heard of, but it made a great starting point for this novel, giving our four main characters a place to The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex by Aussie author Gabrielle Williams, is set in Melbourne during August 1986 It revolve...

  8. says:

    This was very different to what I was expecting and I really enjoyed it I really liked The Guy, the Girl and His Ex, but the Artist was a total douche who made me cringe with dislike.Great story with the added bonus of being set in Melbourne.

  9. says:

    This review can also be found on It was funny how you, yourself, could pretend something to you, yourself, that you, yourself, knew full well was untrue The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex begins with a real life incident about a mob calling itself Australian Cultural Terrorists who stole a Picasso the Weeping Woman on the 2nd of August, 1986, from the National Gallery of Victoria to draw the attention of the government to increase the funding This review can also be found on It was funny how you, yourself, could pretend something to you, yourself, that you, yourself, knew full well was untrue The Guy, the Girl, the Artist and His Ex begins with a real life incident about a mob calling itself Australian Cultural Terrorists who stole a Picasso the Weeping Woman on the 2nd of August, 1986, from the National Gallery of Victoria to draw the attention of the government to increase the funding of struggling artists of Victoria The painting became the subject of an international manhunt involving Interpol, Scotland Yard and the Australian Federal Police and yet the Australian Cultural Terrorists were never found.Fear not, this book is hardly about art per se It s about four characters who are unexpectedly brought together by the painting, for better or for worse They are The Guy, as suggested in the title, is a guy named Guy sorry, couldn t resist that who is brilliantly flunking out of school and has one...

  10. says:

    Amazing story, with a perfect twist Definitely not something I would usually read, but I don t regret it one bit Kinda sad it took me so long to read what happens when you study so many hard subjects , makes remembering connections a bit harder Though I do love the connections to Aussie Culture The strong themes that make you question your morals, and humour that is sometimes black is a perfect combination The different takes on art is also an awesome thing and having a look inside the art Amazing story, with a perfect twist Definitely not something I would usually read, but I don t regret it one bit Kinda sad it took me so long to read what happens when you study so many hard subjects , makes remembering connections a bit harder Though I do love the connections to Aussie Culture The strong themes that make you question your morals, and hum...

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