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This is a lovely little confection of a book about friendship and high school loves. It does have a little angst but the main character Paul is such an effervescent fellow that it... Read morePublished 6 hours ago by Barks Book Nonsense
The other first thing I gotta say is, I want to go to this high school!!! There should be a television show about this high school because I would watch the hell out of it! Read morePublished 19 days ago by PriPri
This book is really good! It doesn't look interesting at first sight, but when you get deep into the book there are twist and turns that I actually did not expect. Read morePublished 21 days ago by E
I could only read a few pages. I found the author terrible. I returned this bookPublished 1 month ago by regpinky
One of the best queer YA novels of all time — loved this book!Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
The wonderful but absurdly surreal town in which Paul lives reminds me of my own yet it also reminds me somehow of Neil Gaiman perhaps it's the undertone of struggle between Tony's... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Serena
I thought this was the cutest book so far I loved the romance and drama in itPublished 2 months ago by austin
All just a bit too predictable and ridiculous really. I like YA but this abuses all of the most cliche tropes.Published 3 months ago
I just started reading it yesterday and I am already almost done. It is a great book that supports the lgbt society, I love itPublished 4 months ago by BEATRICE