I have talked before about missing out on a generation of YA novels that appeared around me being a teenager up until my mid twenties, a time when I got the least reading in my life done due to work, school and crushes.
David Levithan is one of those authors that falls into the hole, and is something I’ve been meaning to explore more after reading his charming queer co-write with Nina LaCour, You Know Me Well.
I decided to go deep into his backlist to find a book that he wrote solo — he often writes with LaCour, John Green and Rachel Cohn — and decided to choose Boy Meets Boy, a story about falling in and out of love.
Paul is gay, and open about it. He’s known it his whole life, and that’s fine, while his best friend Tony has to hide his sexuality from his…
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