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With Alex, the author has created such a vibrantly human protagonist whose perspective you can understand and whose candor, thoughtful strength, humanity, and resolve you can admire.
His journey snagged at my heart and left me feeling like a witness to a very remarkable moment in his life, overwhelmed with gratitude for sharing it.
I also love how the author handles with great aplomb a bisexual character who realizes, accepts and embraces his bisexuality in his twenties, just as well as they handle the burgeoning romance between him and Henry.
It was all so glorious. As glorious at the fact that this book, at its heart, is a joyful celebration of the people who work so hard to carve out a place for themselves in a world that gives them freely to everyone else—those who are told that their dreams do not match where they came from and would therefore never be realized, those who love and believe in spite of odium and condemnation.
As a queer Muslim immigrant, this meant so much more than words could possibly convey. And you too. I kinda wish people still wrote like that.
History, huh? Bet we could make some. I know I keep saying love is fake, but reading this book melted my cold dead heart.
And you know what, although I have always been incapable of choosing a "favorite book," I now know that if I had to be stuck on a desert island, with only one book to bring with me, it would definitely be this one.
View all comments. Jan 14, Melanie rated it it was amazing Shelves: lgbtqiap , arc , new-adult , buddy-reads , favorites , romance , read-in , contemporary.
ARC provided by St. Martin's Press in exchange for an honest review. I laughed, I swooned, I cried, but, most importantly, I finished the last page and felt such a powerful amount of hope that transcends any amount of words that I could possibly string togeth ARC provided by St.
I laughed, I swooned, I cried, but, most importantly, I finished the last page and felt such a powerful amount of hope that transcends any amount of words that I could possibly string together for this review.
First off, in this story, the characters are living in a world where the President of the United States is a democratic woman who was elected after Obama, and her reelection is quickly approaching.
Oh, and one of them happens to be the First Son of the President, and up until this point he thought he was straight, that is until he finally is forced to spend time with his arch nemesis.
O, ye kings of olde! Take this crown from me, bury me in my ancestral soil. If only you had known the mighty work of thine loins would be undone by a gay heir who likes it when American boys with chin dimples are mean to him.
So, they are both kind of forced to fake a friendship to appease the press to save face. But a fake friendship quickly turns to a romance, that leaves both men questioning what they are willing to risk, while the press is always watching.
Like, I absolutely loved the side characters in this book. Also, you all know that I am always here for strong sibling relationships, and this book has that in spades!
Seriously, this book is found family and blood family goals. The banter and one-liners were perfection.
This author completely understands what it is like to speak and text in your twenties, and they have mastered the craft to perfection.
Also, since there is an ocean in-between these two, they correspond a lot of the time through emails, all of which added five years to my life.
Speaking of those emails, the romance in this is just truly a tier above the rest! Also, they are truly polar opposites with their personalities, but seeing them together truly feels like you are witnessing soulmates interact.
I hate to say this but, your OTP could never. And obviously because of the setup of this novel, this book does not shy away from US politics, and you should for sure know that going in.
But the most tears I shed in this book was when Alex talked about what he felt like to be a biracial kid, and how America truly is a melting pot of immigrants and how that is something beautiful, and should be celebrated, not shamed and something that people consider to be a crime.
This is a book about two men, both in their early- twenties, discovering what they want for their lives and for their countries.
Both for themselves and together. They find friendship, they find love, and they find their voices.
And to this Filipino American, pansexual, whose grandparents are both immigrants, who a lot of times really struggles to find their own voice, it meant the world to me.
Put your library holds and preorders in now, because I know that so many readers are not only going to fall in love with this tale, but it is going to be one of their favorites for the rest of their lives.
I promise you, it is truly that good, and this truly feels like a once in a lifetime book. Casey McQuiston has created something that is going to mean so much to so many readers, and this book is going to bring so much joy to our much-needed world.
Content and Trigger Warnings for homophobia always in a negative light , talk of racism in media, anxiety depiction, talk of cancer pancreatic in the past, talk of past loss of a loved one, talk of past drug use, talk of attempted sexual assault very briefly in the past from a very minor side character, and in my opinion outing.
Also, this is a New Adult novel, so there are many sexual scenes throughout this book, even though they are fade to black for the most part!
View all 69 comments. Feb 25, Angelica rated it it was ok Shelves: read , arc , romance , disappointment , boring-me-to-death , release , contemporary.
But also, in all seriousness, I didn't like this book. I know, I know, how dare I? Well, let me explain to you in detail just how I dare.
Beware of the long review! A few months ago, everyone was getting ARCs for this book and absolutely everyone was loving it and giving it five stars.
Obviously, I was me, awkwardly watching all the raving reviews for this book and being scared to give my pretty negative, highly unpopular yet ultimately very honest opinion: Ok, so please don't hate me, I'm fragile.
Obviously, I was pretty hyped up for this one, as you can imagine. It was looking to be one of my favorites of !
Except, that's not really how it all went down. I mean, don't get me wrong! It didn't absolutely suck, nor was it the worst book I've ever read.
It was nice. It had its cute moments. I actually laughed at some parts. I just wanted more. I wanted a cuteness overload.
I wanted to fall head over heels into this story, I wanted to love these charcters, I wanted this to be a five-star read! It wasn't.
I've been reading a bucket load of contemporary romances lately and it's all in the hope that I'll find something to make this cold little heart of mine melt!
I want something akin to The Hating Game, a book that killed me, revived me, and killed me again, twice over because that's how many times I read it in the span of 24 hours.
But, alas, my search for such a book has proven futile as no other contemporary romance will do. Now to the review!
Maybe this book is heavily overhyped or maybe I'm just a miserable, heartless girl. Both are possible, but either way, I had a lot of problems with this book and I'm not gonna pretend otherwise.
No, there is no one thing that makes me think the book sucks. There is no one major flaw that I can point out and blame for my rating.
If anything, my issues are a series of small things that will surely be overlooked, or even praised by the masses when the book is released.
For starters, this book felt to me like it was trying way too hard at times. If this book were PG it would undoubtedly be turned into a Disney Channel movie, down to the unrealistically happy ending where we all pretend the world is made of rainbows, cotton candy, and unicorn farts.
And, honestly, I wouldn't necessarily mind that. I love happy endings. If the book had been only about romance, it would have been fine.
But, the book insisted on shoving politics down my throat and the overidealized ending seemed forced, disingenuous, and so utterly predictable!
It also felt like the author was trying to force a political view on us. The world the book shows is what ours would look like through rose-colored glasses.
It's a world where the female president of the United States is a white, Texan democrat. Where leaked personal emails have no impact on presidential elections.
Where a royal prince believes empires are the literal devil, despite benefiting from the monarchy in every single way possible.
Where First Son of the U. Also, their affair wouldn't have any global consequences that would impact international relationships not just between the U.
K, but with every other country as well. It's also a world where people who don't buy into this PC world are demonized for their beliefs.
Where if you aren't on board with the particular brand of politics that the author is selling, then you might as well be the devil incarnate.
In the end, there are no consequences to anything. It made all the obstacles between the romance seem weak and insubstantial.
The author put so much focus on the laughable politics that I couldn't help but roll my eyes. She tried to tackle racism, international relationships, homophobia, complicated family drama, equality, imperialism, and just about every other social issue currently being talked about, all while also trying to deliver a good romance.
And it didn't work! The politics in this book seemed so forced! And so unnecessary. They made the book drag on for ages. Seriously though, there was no need for this book to end up being pages long!
That's just uncalled for. So yes, maybe I am heartless. I'm willing to accept that now. Those things I mentioned are ones that a lot of people are undoubtedly gonna find cute.
It's just so insanely unbelievable and so politically forced that I could help but be incredibly annoyed by it. But also, I'm not sorry.
This was supposed to be a cute, romance about two adorable gay boys falling in love! Not a book about idealized political views. If it had been only a romance novel, I would have liked it more, although honestly, not by much.
I liked some of the dialogue. I laughed sometimes. It was cute. But sometimes the characters felt off to me. Like they were trying so hard to be relatable and likable that they broke their established characteristics.
Many of you will love it. I'm sure of it. I just couldn't love it how I wanted. There were too many subplots, too many social issues trying to become part of the main story.
And not to be that person that compares all the gay books, but I think that one was better at weaving everything in there in ways relevant to the plot and showing realistic consequences of the character's choices.
I went into this book expecting one thing. I got something else instead, and in the end, I think that's the real problem.
If I'm honest, all the issue I mentioned are things that in a book I enjoyed, I might have overlooked. Sadly, this wasn't that book.
Hopefully, you all have better luck with it and please be respectful of my opinion. It contains explicit sexual content!
All opinions are my own. View all 85 comments. Sara Martinez Definitely! Oh my God, I was very excited about this book, as soon as I could I bought it and started reading it.
The further I went forward with the Definitely! The further I went forward with the plot, the more it fell from my grace. I don't like reading romance much but I really expected something good and unforgettable!
I completely agree with you! Adedeji Rukayat Totally agree 17 hours, 11 min ago. The award for the most over hyped,biggest book disappointment of the year,so far,goes to this book.
What on earth is all that about? Surely that many review copies weren't available? BUT, it certainly worked I've never been so interested in reading something.
I mean I've lost count of this appearing on my feed with so many glowing reviews. And that's ok,each to their own. We all have different tastes but when a book gets such positively you'd be forgiven for expecting something pretty damn special,wouldn't you?
For me,this book isn't anything special at all. It's mediocre. Alex at least had something about him but Henry was like a cardboard cut out.
The story jumped from scene to scene with no flow to the story. I lost count of how many times I had to go back and read certain scenes. It was like the Author googled 'all things British' and decided to include them regardless of whether they worked.
Granted,if you aren't British this probably wouldn't be an issue. But I am. And it was. But what on earth happened here. They would start off with lots of kissing,hands in hair,a bit of desperation and then nothing.
It was over and you were kind of told they'd had sex. Most of the time I had no idea what they'd actually been up to.
And,as a result,I felt zero connection or chemistry between them. I didn't get them as lovers at all. They just came across as best friends for me.
And this wasn't. I mean these two would float about in restaurants,stay in hotels where no one recognized them! No it wasn't. They disliked each other for ridiculous reasons quite frankly.
View all 92 comments. I'm on a cruise right now. I saw a few people talking about this book before I left for vacation, so I downloaded it.
I finished it by the second day on my cruise. I ignored everyone. I didn't even go to trivia because I was enjoying this book so much.
I wanted to write a review for it when I finished it last week, but I only get internet when we're docked and the internet on this ship is.
And to make matters worse, it's slooooow, so it takes a good fifteen minutes just to get Goodr I'm on a cruise right now.
And to make matters worse, it's slooooow, so it takes a good fifteen minutes just to get Goodreads to upload. But I felt bad not writing a review because I think this book is important and it needs to be read, and it's also cute and hot and funny, kinda like our cruise director, but that's for another day.
View all 15 comments. Feb 21, Chelsea chelseadolling reads rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-ive-reread , favorites , queer.
Possibly even of all time???? Casey McQuiston is a national treasure and needs to be protected at all costs bc I want to read their queer romances for the rest of my life.
God fucking bless America. View all 29 comments. Jun 15, Kai rated it it was amazing Shelves: favorites , owned , queer. View all 46 comments.
Nov 08, Nilufer Ozmekik rated it it was amazing. Make some noise for the winner of best romance and debut novel categories! No need to attend an auction!
I cried my eyes out and exceeded my sighing record with sighs! At least times I hit my forehead for waiting too long to read this powerful, emotional, lovely story.
I loved challenging, poignant, sincere story-telling and of course the characterization is so good than I expected.
But I think Alex stole my heart from the first pages. So they need to form a fake friendship ASAP for the sake of political balances between the countries.
And of course as you can imagine, their pretending relationship turned into something special, something even melting the heart of the cruelest bitch a.
What I like about this book: This is not only an amazing, heartbreaking and tear jerker romance between Alex and Henry, there are amazing supporting characters you could easily relate with them.
It is impossible to want to cuddle Nora and not admire her so much. This book is about siblings, family dynamics, bounding devoted friendship, diversity, freedom of thought, diaspora politics, searching for your true identity and path in your life.
Well done Casey McQuiston! The author honestly knows how to create a soul brushing, heart stealing harmony! It was fantastic debut journey!
View all 32 comments. Mar 26, Miranda Reads rated it it was amazing Shelves: owned , audiobook. Happy Pride Month y'all! This looks cute I'll die for this ship.
It's Boh-wie, not Bah-wie. View all 21 comments. And now to the considerably shortened goodreads review!
This was everything!!! Because the way subjects are approached in here? Gods, I wish everyone would be as open minded as the characters in this book.
That sentence at the beginning of my review? It hit close to home, it pains me to read it, yet I still love the fact that Casey McQuiston wrote it down on paper!
That she had the guts to give this particular kind of feeling her own voice and words. How many people who are forced to be in the closet have felt like that?
How many children were afraid to come out to their parents? How they will react… How many of us have felt alone and were weighted down by the truth?
This book, this supposedly romantic comedy, it touched me in a way books rarely do. Hope that there is a better world out there. Hope that one day people will accept others the way they are.
Hope that people can change. Hope that our future in this world is worth fighting for. So if you decide to read this book, enjoy it! Laugh and cry, appreciate the politics and scheming, adore Henry and Alex for being the way they are, fall in love, enjoy their freedom and youth, but most of all find yourself in those pages and try to keep this feeling even after you closed the book.
Dare to move on or leave it at that. Your decision, your choice. Or in this particular case how Henry felt.
In his mind he gave him a role and never even looked beyond the horizon. But then the accident with the cake happened and Alex was forced to spend some time with Henry and he finally realized what a dumbass he actually was.
I loved how Alex realized that he likes him and I adored him for being so unapologetic about his bisexuality. He just accepted it as a part of himself, he wondered about it, he explored it but he never felt bad about being who he truly was!
And this was amazing! I wish there would be more bi representations like that; I wish that everyone would be as cool about being bi as Alex was.
As his friends and family were! This was so wholesome and such a nice way to deal with your own sexuality. Then again Alex is a very confident and brazen character so to deal with it like that fit him perfectly.
But that everyone seems enamored, when the only difference between the lie and the truth that would burn up Fox News is the gender involved … well, it fucking stings.
Where the freaking hell is my Prince Henry!!??? Like yesterday! I adored his character arc so much! I mean at the beginning of the book he was the shy and reserved prince and by the end of it he eventually found his own voice and shouted his innermost thoughts into the world.
You must invent an entirely new system. What kind of legacy? You can take your legacy and your decorum and you can shove it up your fucking arse, Philip.
One hundred percent probability this is not a hypothetical question. It was obvious they were great friends and knew each other better than anyone else.
There was something there, right? I think there was some sort of threesome going on the night they celebrated at the karaoke bar.
All three of them, feel me? Come on. This sentence instantly made me love the President! XD She was such a cool woman and Alex was so lucky to have her as his mum!
It was amazing how she could be all business but at the same time always watched out for her kids. They were her first priority no matter how important her job was and she would have done anything to make them happy.
Yes, she had a lot of responsibility and tried to perform damage control, but that was mostly due to her feelings for her son.
I mean she was a public figure and we all know how those games are played. Well and as it turned out, Richards played very dirty indeed.
I wish more parents would say words like that to their queer kids! At least it should be that way!!! You want it to be happy, right?
A little appreciation for the patron saint of gender-neutral bathrooms in California? Little shit. Not to me, anyway. I see you. Be safe. You are my child.
The camera snaps nearby. His eyes are big and soft and blue, and he desperately needs to be punched in one of them.
There were so many amazing quotes, countless sweet and tender moments, about a thousand ways they told each other that they are in love.
One of my personal highlights was the Turkey Gate though. And considering that to write a message takes time and that you think long and hard what to write this was very realistic too.
They were utterly, truly and madly in love and you could read it in every line! I felt so sorry for them though.
It must have been so tough to be exposed like that and to deal with the press and consequences. They were outed by others and it was NOT their own decision!
And this is wrong!!! You should be able to decide when you come out to your family, your friends or the world. XD But I feel about this strongly, because not everyone is ready to come out and for many people to take this step means to give up the life they are used to.
XD Their level of cuteness is just off the charts!! That I can feel your skin against mine, and it makes every bone in my body ache?
That, for a few moments, I can hold my breath and be back there with you, in a dream, in a thousand rooms, nowhere at all?
This book was everything I wanted it to be and it made me so, so happy! McQuiston tackled a lot of serious topics and they varied from loss and depression up to homophobia and political schemes.
This book was an amazing composition about love, hate, ignorance and prejudices. What made this book truly outstanding is its final message though: You are perfect just the way you are!
You are beautiful and you are allowed to love yourself! After all those dystopian science fiction books I really need a fluffy break!
XD I'm sure she's very happy now. View all 53 comments. This book was in a word; matchless. I laughed, I loved, I cried but mostly loved every beautiful little thing that led up to the last page.
Now, having finished, I wish for nothing more but to go all the way back to the beginning and start again. As readers, sometimes - very rarely - you come across a book that quintessentially becomes a mantra, a new sense of hope and a burst of something you never really knew existed.
I don't think I will ever forget this novel. For a glimpse on my current situation: i'm sporting sweatpants, haven't cooked for more than 24 hours, hair's an absolute mess, feel like screaming how gay i am out the window, and completely abandoned my responsibilities.
When this book is published, and readers pick it up for the first time, I'm going to be sitting and watching all the emotions unfurl and all the fan;art,fiction,girling commence.
And while I sit and watch, I'm going to be so jealous of everyone that has the luxury of reading this for the first time. It's equal parts funny and loving and clever and tragic.
I made a note on my kindle at page 3 stating "this is it," because that's how much I could feel the energy of a fucking brilliant book in my hands.
The camaraderie and friendship combined with rebellion and sexy banter is almost too good to be in one novel. This is quite possibly the easiest five stars I have ever given.
He has the personality of a cabbage. There is quite a lot of politics involved, quite a lot of drunkedness and quite a lot of soft moments that make you clutch your kindle slightly tighter.
A beautiful feeling arose throughout the book as I saw the family and the omnipresent feeling of hope through friends.
Nora gave me life and made me swoon. June was someone we all need in our life, alongside Pez. Bea was the softest cinnamon role in the whole bakery and when they were all together, my heart started singing.
Sometimes, I'm skeptical about picking up new authors - especially, when they are debuting with a genre that means so much to me.
Yet, here I am, falling incredibly in love with everything this book is and will continue to be in my life. Dec 20, Kiki rated it did not like it.
Not for me. I get that a lot of people loved this, and I can see why. I can respect that. But I am clearly not the intended audience for this.
The author clearly knows nothing abou Not for me. Our supposedly woke prince makes a tasteless joke about waterboarding and fawns over famed coloniser James I while no actual current issues are touched upon in any substantial way.
What real things? Brexit, maybe, or poor and injured people dying on Universal Credit, or Scottish separatism, or the revolving door at parliament, or the Grenfell Tower atrocity, or systemic transphobia, or rising anti-immigrant sentiment, or Trident, or cackling Tories looking to peddle the NHS for a fast quid, or the verging extinction of multiple native species of wildlife.
Similarly, the main character is a rude, judgemental, insufferable arsehole and the narrative tickles him under the chin for it.
His claim about wanting to make the world a better place made me laugh out loud. The central relationship had some cute moments but was highly unrealistic and dysfunctional.
I am not against heavy critiques of reprehensible Republican policies - far, far from it - but ignoring the historical corruption also present amongst the Democratic party and presenting them as some kind of untouchable, perfectly woke force for good is utterly disingenuous.
I'm never ever going to be interested in narratives of good vs. To put the cherry on the top, there is a lot of shallow talk about how terrible empire is as a concept fair enough, and absolutely true but with no self awareness whatsoever.
The fact that America also has an empire is quickly handwaved. Apparently crimes against humanity are only bad when other people do them.
Aside from all of this, there are some fun moments, but only if you have a high tolerance for cheesiness.
Jesus christ. View all 37 comments. Jan 05, Heather K dentist in my spare time rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance , made-me-laugh , poc-mc , new-adult , contemporary , m-m , little-to-no-sex-content , loved-it , hype-hype-hype , great-chemistry.
I mean, this is Casey McQuiston 's first book, and it's written in present tense ugh , but love it I did. I loved it HARD.
My reading experience was simply me laughing, crying, or swooning in a continuous cycle. Sometimes all three at once.
It's been a long, long time since I've wanted to melt into a puddle of goo on the floor because the romance!!! Parents Guide. External Sites.
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