Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli
Basically, Simon is a closet gay high schooler who ends up emailing some other gay kid at his school but they don’t know who each other is. And they fall in love via email but Simon is forced to come out to the school all the while trying to find this boy who is stealing his heart. It’s a very quick easy read especially since it goes back and forth between the narration and the emails they exchange. Continue reading “(16) Simon vs the Homo Sapiens Agenda // Bookish Blurb”
The Unseen World by Liz Moore
This book follows our main character, Ada, who lives with her highly intelligent yet socially odd father. He is her entire world (he raised her on his own and teaches her everything) and when he starts to fall apart so does her world and everything she believes to be true. The majority of the book is set in the 1980s when Ada is just becoming a teenager but then there are periods in the book that go both forwards and back in time. Continue reading “(44) The Unseen World // Bookish Blurb”
Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz
At first I wasn’t going to write about this book because I have some mixed feelings but then I though maybe I should write about it since I have these mixed feelings. Anyway, here it goes.
First off, I should be clear that this is a good book. It was well written and gripping. I read it in less than 24 hrs. It’s about two guys (Aristotle and Dante) who become friends. They are both misfits and don’t really have other friends but other than that they aren’t very similar. Also they are Mexican-American which isn’t something I usually find in books.
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