This book has been recommended a LOT on Twitter and Instagram, especially since it has both a Black and Transgender main character. And we're in Pride month, so that's an extra incentive to read it right now!
Happy Pride month y'all!! It's fitting that this is my first review of the month. This book came to my attention purely through Twitter. I saw the word henna, then I noticed the entire cover, and it was in my TBR. The reason I picked it up so quickly was because it was the May new release pick for the South Asian Reading Challenge.
I thought I'd start off the month by posting* about an AWESOME book focusing on a gay couple. I read it when I was supposed to be studying. The next time I looked up after I started the book, I was already through 97%. And I paused reading for several hours because I WASN'T READY FOR IT TO END. I literally had half the last chapter left. Barely 7 minutes of reading. But I didn't finish it immediately.
Title: They Both Die At The EndAuthor: Adam SilveraGenre: ContemporaryCategory: Young AdultSeries info: StandaloneGoodreads Synopsis: On September 5th, a little after midnight, Death-Cast calls Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio to give them some bad news: they're going to die today. Mateo and Rufus are total strangers, but for different reasosn, they're both looking for a new friend on their End Day. The good… Continue reading They Both Die At The End || hello sadness
Is adorable-ness a word? I guess not. Meh, I made it up, just go with it.
OKAY SO. This book was hella adorable and I really really liked it.
We have Tanner, in the closet (according to society) but open to his family, who completely accept him. Set in Utah, a society consisting mostly of Mormons, Autoboyography is the story of two completely adorable boys exploring their feelings for each other.