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“A beautiful story that weaves together multiple characters in a wonderfully heartwarming way. The narration and the way the voices play off each other is fantastic and adds even more to the book. ”Rebecca • The Pile Bookstore
“This was so sweet and dorky and heartwarming. This was not the typical high school popular-girl-fake-dates-nerd-then-falls-in-love trope, but instead they're both dorks in their own way and they're not afraid to embrace it. They're just trying to figure out their sweet little emotions together! The narrator did an amazing job voicing all of these characters. ”Alyssa • Sidetrack Bookshop
“It's not often that you get a book that deals with very heavy subjects, like mental illness or alcoholism in teenagers, and yet is at the same time incredibly sweet and heartwarming. Stone has pulled this off, and it's absolutely worth reading, though I recommend it on audio. Stone does a good job with Shelby's narration, but it's Dion Graham narrating Andy that makes the book shine. An important, and amazing, book. ”Melissa • Watermark Books
“The audio version of this book is a showstopper. I have a hard time with my attention wandering while listening to a book and I kid you not when I found myself repeatedly frozen in one spot in my apartment while this tale unfolded. I was HOOKED. Completely and wholly absorbed into the story. Both narrators did a 10/10 job! If you're struggling for a good audio and you love a fun fantasy this is the one. It reminds me greatly of The Scorpio Races by the great Maggie Stiefvater which is a...”Katie • McLean & Eakin Booksellers
“I found a co-conspirator in Maya Phillips who, like me, grew up watching Saturday morning cartoons, listening to My Chemical Romance, and who definitely still knows Full Metal Alchemist’s 'Law of Equivalent Exchange' by heart. Her essay collection Nerd is a magnum opus of pop culture studies that respects the art of being a fan. Phillips scrutinizes some of her favorite (and least favorite) franchises, celebrating media that respects fans’ need to see their marginalized identities wrought on...”Wulfe • Raven Book Store
“A former child star and recovering alcoholic teams up with a romance author who has never been in love in this adorably trope-y and heartfelt romance. It manages to deal with difficult issues of self-discovery while still being fun and lighthearted. It's gonna hit you in the feels, but you'll also laugh out loud. ”Jamie • Country Bookshelf
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