Tanner Scott is a “half-Jewish, half nothing queer kid” living in an LDS (Latter Day Saints)-infested city. Bisexuality doesn’t mix well with the clashing religions in his hometown. So when Tanner enrolls in the Seminar, a famous writing competition, he meets the famed–Mormon and drool-worthy–Sebastian Brother. And when Sebastian smiles at him, Tanner can’t help but fall in love.
Following a meeting at the library, a startling revelation, and a kiss, Tanner and Sebastian are lost in one another. But everything that Sebastian knows is against loving another boy. They could lose everything because of their feelings: family, respect, religion, homes.
Is it worth it to lose everything for the boy you love?
Christina Lauren paints a captivating story filled with well-written characters, romance, and hold-your-breath moments. These awkward, hilarious characters made me laugh out loud. I loved the message that the authors portrayed: Don’t be afraid to be who you are. It doesn’t matter if you like girls or boys. It doesn’t matter what other people think or say about you.
Autoboyography will leave you waiting for more.
|Page Count||416 pages|
|Publisher||S&S Books for Young Readers|
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