I fantastic book brilliently performed. I enyoyed this so much. Its so often we get books on gay subject matter which are depressing but this is an uplifting story which gives you a feel of Hollywood happiness that doesn't make you feel like you are being programmed into a Christian life style.
Chris from Hong Kong, China.
I listen to a lot of audio books and I found this to be one of my favorites. The cast was truly amazing and the music transitions were perfect. Of course the book is a wonderful story and touched me deeply. Thank you Full Cast for bringing the book to life!
It takes the standard "boy meets girl" romcom and places it in a atmosphere where changing it to "boy meets boy" doesn't twist much. Homophobia really isn't a core issue, which is very refreshing and so so neat for a LGBT book. Combined with the amazing performance, it really makes you think about the world we live in today and how we can make it better. You just have to smile at how fantastical it all is.
Audible rawks! My taste is beyond eclectic and Audible always has plenty to choose from, no matter what mood I'm in!
The readers were a bit bland, but the story was very cute - very YA :) The story didn't tell about anything brutal, but the kid with patents who believe in his eternal damnation were horrible enough in their 'we love you, but ..." stupidity.
This romantic comedy is worth the read, or in my case, the listen. Amazing story preformed by extremely talented young people. I wish all high schools cold be like Paul's school and all towns like his hometown. Paul's family rocks. I laughed. I shed a few tears. I learned more about the struggle my chill had to go through. Read this book.
I loved this book. I can really relate it to myself and the troubles I have I high school. Thank you so much for writing this book. And I hope another virgin comes out. Thank you.
Provided a view of the world as it could be if everyone were free to be who they are.
Paul because of the way he was always self adjusting yet accepting of who he is.
This was the 1st book I have listened to where each character had a differnt reader. Made for great listening. Really brought the story to life.
I bought this based on reviews because I was in a hurry to leave for a road trip and needed something to listen to. Being more than 30 years out of high school, I thought I would have no interest. This enlightened look at what the world could be without hate kept me glued to car stereo.
Sadly this book has what every person on earth desires, a life lacking total accountability. I agree that I have this same desire to live a life free of responsibility for my actions. It is pitifully veiled as a book about "being who you really are" and a book about a world of love. But in it's philosophical relativism it contradicts itself by saying everything is acceptable. If that is the case then you can never know who you truly are because relativism has no ultimate truth. How can you find out the true you if there is no truth? Sadly this book will provide many readers with more reinforcement of a twisted mentality. My recommendation read this book and realize that there is a final truth, a real you, a person of purity and goodness, and you are that special person.