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On rom-coms and insta-love: "As an author of queer YA, I get to take it one step further. I can break the trope apart and put it back together the way I want—celebrating the similarities and differences of queer love in all its forms."
A realistically messy and painful story about finding your people and being yourself.
Full of messages about hiding yourself, authenticity, identity, being in costume to really be seen, trust, creation, and accomplishment, this fun read has wide appeal.
This emotional read shows that already complicated relationships can become more complicated when HIV is involved, but that that diagnosis doesn't spell doom and gloom for the characters.
In the end, sweet with a HEA, but the path there is rough and at times painful. Those who want swoon-worthy perfection in their relationships will be disappointed, but those who are deep in their own messy lives will totally get where both Will and Ollie are coming from.
This is a powerful and painfully honest memoir that looks at surviving while finding your place, your people, and self-acceptance.
Though this novel is funny and highly readable, the tragic trans narrative makes it one to skip.
The phrase "best friends forever" takes on new meaning for Dino and his former BFF July, who is not-dead, in this really readable, engaging, strange, poignant, and funny journey through a relationship autopsy.
Readers who like really complex relationships will love this book about best friends Sophie and Peter and what happens after Sophie donates a kidney to Peter. Life never really goes as planned, does it?