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Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda by Becky Albertalli 

This book explores homophobia, religion and interracial relationships but the main focus is definitely on the growing relationship between two young boys who are still trying to find there place in our world and society.

My review | 5/5 Stars

 


Aristotle and Dante discover the secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

It’s a story about love, acceptance and understanding. It’s a story about finding yourself; accepting yourself. It’s about friendship and family and loyalty but the story itself definitely focus on the romance between two boys.

My review | 4.5/5 Stars


The Great American Whatever by Tim Federle

This is such a unique book, something you won’t find often. It’s about a boy trying to deal with things; trying to live his life and trying to find out who he really is. There’s also a little romance in there, some romance with a guy named Amir which was really really cute and also so emotional and important. This book covers so many important topics and I just love how Tim Federle did that.

My review | 5/5 Stars


Die Tage der Bluegrass-Liebe von Edward van de Vendel 

This book is only available in German and Dutch, but if you ever get a chance to read it, do so. This book focuses on two boys who slowly fall in love with each other and have to deal with how their lives have to change in order for them to be together.

My review | 4/5 Stars