"History is all you left me" by Adam Silvera
This LGBTQ+ novel was a great story for grief, love, and lust.
The story follows Griffin and Theo who are two teenagers finding themselves and each other.
Without giving too much away I can say it was raw and was a story I would have love to read in high school. Every coming of age story (even about grief) is about a hetersexual couple. It was so refreshing to read something other than that.
I identify as queer and the dynamic of queer relationships in book is under represented in my opinion.
The writing style is also unique with one chapter being in the present and the next being in the past. It makes the story harder to get into but I appreciated the fact we were able to feel Griffin's pain and the dynamic of his relationships from both perspectives.
This book reminded me of a LGBTQ+ "Looking For Alaska" by John Green, so if you enjoyed that book I would recommend this one.
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