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I liked this book very much and it’s a book that I believe can give young people struggling with similar life challenges a hope and something to dream about. This is my personal opinion and I have no connections to the LGBT community, I have only my life experiences to guide me in saying so.
The writing style is easygoing and and have no unnecessary descriptions of surroundings so it was a easy read. The only thing that was a little confusing is that there was many POV throughout the book, but that’s just a minor detail.
The book was good and I recommend it for anyone because we can all learn something about respecting all people no matter how “different” they are from us.
However the invariably misused apostrophes, missing words, duplicate words and incorrectly used homonyms make this read like a crude first draft, rather than a finished work.
I like the story, though, and would've given more stars I'd it was tighter and had less errors.