I say pick this one up ASAP. It leaves you with lots of existential crises.
This book is worth picking up tomorrow and binging. You will laugh and scream possibly at the same time. It is infuriating and endearing
I wish I had this book when I was in high school. It would have made things so much easier for me.
I thought that I would do a progress report, since I am over a third of the way to my mark already (38% says Goodreads). I am just going to list the books that I’ve read and put them in order of my ranking. I doubt anyone is going to ask which book to read…
I think this book does add something to YA literature. It shows that bullying effects even those with the thickest skin, and no one is free of self-esteem issues. It teaches us about the power of words and of disorders and disabilities that others have that we have no clue what they feel or go through. This book will reach someone, and it will change their life.
This book took me less than a plane ride to finish. I sadly wish I would’ve spent the time reading something else.
I was really excited to read this book. It seemed like the cute, little, Gay Love Story that I needed. I was slightly disappointed.
I will say this: this book was a good read. It was a great addition to the first book and the world that Leigh Bardugo has created.