An excellent portrayal of mental health issues. Another excellent book in the series. I can’t even tell you which one I liked best. She deals so well with issues of homophobia, racism, sexism, mental health, and all without making them a big deal. It’s a great balance.
One of the rare cases where the TV show is better than the book. Nonetheless, an entertaining read, though I'm sure the TV show fleshed out the characters where the book was lacking.
I wanted another Red, White, and Royal Blue, so I set myself up for disappointment. Nonetheless, a decent read with cute side characters, though with a too convenient plot and protagonists that are hard to care for.
I should have been warned by the subtitle, "TikTok Made Me Buy It." Any book that TikTok hypes seems a bad fit for me. If this hadn't been a book club read, I wouldn't have finished it.
A classic I never got around to. Now, I will finally get the references beyond "To be or not to be—that is the question." What I didn't expect was an LGBTQ+ classic play, but I'm damn sure that's what this is.