“Waterloo - Couldn't escape if I wanted to
Waterloo - Knowing my fate is to be with you”
(Okay, ignore the Waterloo part and the quote is perfect!!) Contemporary book? Again? Delara, let me take your temperature…
#sixofcrowsseptember - Wesper - fave LGBTQ ship. My current LGBTQ+ ship is a huge spoiler, so I won’t be talking about it. Instead, how about one that won’t spoil the book! They Both Die at the End is really fun, if not dread-filled considering the title. I’ve been looking forward to this one since the cover reveal.
It stars Mateo, a Puerto Rican and Rufus, a Cuban-American. Both live in NYC and get the call from Death-Cast that they are going to die in the next 24 hours. So of course, they log on to the Last Friend app to find their, um, last friend. It’s a sweet story, a very fast read. And honest, I held off on reading the ending as long as I could. 4/5. Mateo, you have my heart.
#fanaticalbirdsept - least favorite character. All books have one, but there’s one dude in this book that I want to wring his neck. Ugh! Peck, what’s wrong with you!?!
I’d love to get more recommendations on books with excellent LGBTQ+ subplots — not romances! Me and that tea don’t steep. (my tea is now cold, I hate it when that happens!!)
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