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Clayton Zane Clayton Zane i(20213360 works by) (a.k.a. Clayton Zane Comber)
Gender: Male
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1 y separately published work icon 100 Remarkable Feats of Xander Maze Clayton Zane , Crows Nest : HarperCollins Australia , 2021 20989947 2021 single work novel young adult

'Xander Maze is a list-maker. But can his list of 100 Remarkable Feats really save his nanna?

'Xander Maze loves lists, and his grandmother is #1 in his list of People I Love Most in the World. But now that Nanna has stage 4 cancer, can a new list of 100 Remarkable Feats really save her life?

'Particularly when his list contains difficult things like #2 Make a Friend and #3 Make a Best Friend.

'Funny, moving and with a protagonist you can't help but fall in love with, 100 Remarkable Feats of Xander Maze is

'#1 Heartbreaking

'#2 Heartwarming

'And a book about defying the odds, not accepting the unacceptable, and one boy's unconditional love for his nanna.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.

1 y separately published work icon Shooting Stars Clayton Zane , Fyshwick : Odyssey Books , 2011 20213379 2011 single work novel

'The Beatles sang "All you need is love", but whatever happened to sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll?

'For one young Sydney musician, life is like a shooting star - fast and beautiful. He has unparalleled talent, a record contract with his band, and after fleeting relationships with a parade of gorgeous  girls, he has finally met the enigmatic girl of his dreams. But love isn't always written with four chords and a major key, and soon he finds himself heartbroken in his very own fairytale.

'Shooting Stars is touching, raw, humorous and sexual, guided by a motley group of youths inspired by the messages of famous musicians. Our hero learns that love often only exists in the gaps between us, almost within reach. With this in mind, he sets out to make his mark and climb to a dazzling height. From there, the fall will look spectacular.'

Source: Publisher's blurb.