The Vast Fields of Ordinary is a great book that any teenager can relate to.
It's not just for young homosexual adolescents, but for anyone young person who's ever felt like their life is stuck in one place, dying to get out.
The characters are realistic and fully developed, and the story is well-written and satisfying.
Before reading "The Vast Fields of Ordinary", answering the question "what's your favourite book?" was always a debacle. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Allison Stuart
The last summer before Dade goes to college is a time when everything changes. And that's not a bad thing - he wouldn't mind a change from his closeted friend with benefits and... Read morePublished 5 days ago by C. Jefferson
I had so much fun reading this book! The writing was great and the story was a blast!Published 22 days ago by Ryan Antista
This is his first novel so we sort of assume that there is an element of autobiography in it. One interview has him saying: I’m gay and I grew up in Iowa, but it’s not really that... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Mr. D. P. Jay
the storyline is was a somewhat typical love story of a gay guy looking for love. but i loved every minute of it and couldn't put it down.Published 9 months ago by zakkary milligan
This is an AWESOME book. The ending is crazy. You won't see it coming, but it's not so far out there that it doesn't make sense. Read morePublished 10 months ago by C. Weaver
This was my first gay novel and liked it very much. I recommend it to so many people! Couldn't put it down. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Brentt
...it was like reading a biography written by a 21yr old.......no climax...no real ending....boy just waiting to leave his dysfunctional parentsPublished 11 months ago by AKA - Anastasia Beaverhausen
This was a great coming of age story from Nick Burd. I read it about 2 years ago and it opened my eyes to how personal struggles can affect people differently. Read morePublished 12 months ago by NiceBeautifulSexy