Can friendship, megastar Trek, drama membership, and a complete lot of espresso get nerdy top pals throughout the starting in their senior 12 months of excessive school?
Meg and Linus are top neighbors certain through a shared love of college, a espresso obsession, and being queer. It’s now not constantly effortless to be the nerdy lesbian or homosexual child in a suburban city. yet they've got one another. and some famous person Trek boxed units. they're beautiful happy.
But then Sophia, Meg’s longtime female friend, breaks up with Meg. Linus begins tutoring the definitely dreamy new child, Danny—and Meg thinks atmosphere them up is the right venture to distract herself from her personal heartbreak. yet Linus isn’t so certain Danny even likes men, and perhaps Sophia is not particularly as out of the image as Meg concept she used to be. . . .
From crowdsourced younger grownup imprint Swoon Reads comes Meg & Linus by Hanna Nowinski, a enjoyable friendship tale approximately quirky kids who needs to discover ways to get out in their convenience zones and take risks—even if that implies becoming a member of the drama membership, making new neighbors, and studying tips to stand in your own.
Praise for Meg and Linus, from the Swoon Reads community:
"I additionally love that friendship takes middle stage during this tale. . . . I did not want the tale to end! this sort of attractive story." —Rita, reader on SwoonReads.com
"I cherished that either characters are queer, and whereas it's a a part of the tale, it is not the tale itself. . . . it truly is delightfully refreshing." —Tammy Wanzer, reader on SwoonReads.com
"What made this detailed used to be the strong friendship among the 2 narrators (who weren't romantically attracted to each one other), and the way that comradeship encouraged their romances with their companions. It was once additionally clean to have LGBT illustration that was once past stereotypes." —Julia Durrant, reader on SwoonReads.com
"This e-book is a very wonderful tale about younger love and being actual to your self regardless of the pressures to conform." —Jill Watkins, reader on SwoonReads.com
"Get able to fall in love with oddball nerdy most sensible friends. . . . This lovable, hot hearted modern YA is vastly funny, and whole of a few heavily swoony moments. . . . the realm wishes extra different love tales, even if that be very long time girlfriends operating via a few matters, first crushes or friendships." —Charlie, reader on SwoonReads.com