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Actual rating 3.5 stars
“What They Always Tell Us” is a scrappy dark horse of a novel with a strong sense on how those gossipy conversations that take place behind... Read more
Great story of brotherly love and acceptance.James,the older brother of the 2 is a popular jock about to graduate from high school. Read morePublished 8 months ago by william g
I loved the perspectives of both brothers. It was nice to understand how both brothers felt about situations. I would recommend this book to anyone!Published 9 months ago by Kelsey Barron
While I'm a bit older than the "young adult" market this book is meant for, I'm glad I found it. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jeff Billington
This is a beautiful story with great characters developments. I keep reading over and over again. And it is beautifully written.Published 15 months ago by christopher
This book was great. It wasn't like other books about sexually frustrated youth. It starts out a little slow but picks up and becomes and beautiful and real story about a boy who... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Justin
James and Alex are brothers but seemingly complete opposites, and the novel chronicles (as the book jacket says) the year that changes everything. Read morePublished 20 months ago by F. Averick
"What They Always Tell Us" has alternating chapters between brothers, Alex and James, which allows the reader to gain insight into their personalities, and their reactions to an... Read morePublished 21 months ago by kwriter07