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TheKidUpstairs
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Absolutely delightful. A gentle, found family fantasy that leaves the same warm and fuzzy feeling of The House in the Cerulean Sea or The Very Secret Society of Irregular Witches. Loved it.

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Missusb
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#netgalley approved me the digital copy and my reading partner supplied a print copy, so clearly I am meant to read it. #marchrso2023 #preview #lgbtqia+ #twins #romance #humour Plus a #bromeliad

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ShelleyBooksie
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I continue to love this series. Volume 4 is an important look at a teen realizing he has a mental illness and his boyfriend's experience loving someone who is battling a mental illness.

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kezzlou85
Husband Material | Alexis Hall
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Oh I love these two so much. The development they've gone through and that's both of them. This was so good and makes me just want more. The plot was interesting and I liked the four weddings and a funeral reference. The ending was just so right for them. I love that they finally found the right path for them. I must say I do love Alex he's hilarious. A brilliant sequel. 5*

peanutnine Alex is the best! 😅 2d
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KateKintail
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As Hemington paid, Viv handed him a roll on a piece of waxed paper and leveled a glare at him. "If you don't eat this, it's possible Tandri or I may have to kill you." The young man laughed, although the laugh became strangled when Viv didn't join in.

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psalva
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I enjoyed this graphic memoir of the author‘s experience growing up in the UK (I thought it was Boston at first) and his journey of self-discovery as a trans boy. The story was handled with honesty. It doesn‘t shy away from depicting the difficult moments of self-doubt or criticism, or the times people aren‘t accepting, but it has an overall tone of finding joy and being true to yourself above all else. ⬇️

#lgbtq #transjoy #translit

psalva The meta moments were fun- I liked how Lewis‘ older self comments on the past or when characters talk back to him as the writer. 4d
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Laughterhp
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Finished this one the other day. I hate when you think you have 30 more pages left, but it turns out to be another story 🤦‍♀️. But luckily I got a story about the same characters.

This was just lovely. A high fantasy with low stakes. (It says something like that in the back).

I loved this book! And hope the author chooses to write more! I was already going to read this, but @DebinHawaii had it as an unofficial option for #ALSpine

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MrsV
Nick and Charlie | Alice Oseman
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Caroline says is about cuddle time.

dabbe How can anyone resist those eyes? ❣️🐾❣️ 5d
wanderinglynn Aw, how sweet! ❤️🐱 5d
MrsV @dabbe it is pretty hard to most of the time. 4d
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steph_phanie
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I loved this!! We need more YA like it!

Although I couldn't relate to everything Yamilet experiences as a queer young woman of color, I can relate to being raised under the shadow of the Catholic church, attending Catholic school, and having a brother who struggles. Finding comfort in art class and the thrill and lightness of young love also reminded me of my high school experience.

⚠️ Comes with a trigger warning.