Iggy and Ace are two young, gay alcoholics who live, work and play together, inseparable by design. But when Ace starts to suffer debilitating panic attacks when hungover, he winds up at a gay chapter of Alcoholics Anonymous determined to get sober. Iggy is horrified, convinced that her friend has been indoctrinated into a religious cult, and views his rejection of their shared lifestyle as a rejection of her. Stung, Iggy does everything she can to disrupt his recovery and keep her best friend close, begging the question: Can Ace's sobriety and his friendship with Iggy co-exist?
Iggy & Ace can be linked to the following subject areas within the Australian Curriculum:
- English (Year 10)
- Health and Physical Education (Year 10)
- Media Arts (Year 10)
Iggy & Ace may also be used as a supplementary text for relevant Senior School subject areas, including:
- Health and Human Development
- Media Arts
NB: Iggy & Ace contains occasional coarse language, drug use and references to sexual activity. It is recommended for senior students aged 15 years and over.
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