Recommended to John by: Cory Shelves: annoyed-after-reading , wtf-dude , why-did-i-read-this , could-have-been-so-much-better , finally-a-good-book , no-just-no , oh-mah-god , wtf-is-this This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. So a few months ago I wrote an Almost Perfect review. It was really long, really confusing and the worst part: really, really fucking boring. First -- Logan.

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The author tackles issues of homophobia, hate crimes and stereotyping with humor and grace in an accessible tone that will resonate with teens who may not have encountered the issue of transgender identity before. Grades In most cases, the reviews are necessarily limited to those that were available to us ahead of publication. If you are the publisher or author of this book and feel that the reviews shown do not properly reflect the range of media opinion now available, please send us a message with the mainstream media reviews that you would like to see added.

Reader Reviews khadija good This book is so amazing it will engage you from the very first. In the beginning I thought is book was lame, but then I started to read more and it was actually amazing.

This book captures readers attention and shows a lot of romance. I really enjoyed this book and I believe you will too. Amanda bynes Rad! But this book was so amazing and captive and SO relatable. I certainly recommend it for teens and the LGBT community. Erika Manzarra Decent Enough As a person who loves to be taken on an emotional roller coaster ride through a story, this book really did give me that.

It really helped me understand some of the troubles people like that really go through and the criticism they receive from those closest to them. And I also get the confusion of those who affiliate themselves with this secret and how hard it can be to understand it and accept it if your mind it not quite open enough for it. I thought the book was beautifully written and even though I did not very much like the ending, it did make sense and really captured the emotion there.

Overall it is a pretty decent read.


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The customary concerns of young-adult fiction — the anxieties and explorations that come with life on the cusp of adulthood, the increasingly central self-awareness of being a teenager, a growing realization of the responsibilities inherent in growing up — all find wonderful expression in this book, which will appeal to readers of many ages. Almost Perfect is an apt description of the relationship between its dual protagonists, Logan and Sage, two high school seniors and eventual sweethearts in small town Missouri. That she spills her secret just after she and Logan finally kiss — sending Logan into a tailspin — is the first of a series of crises that Katcher builds on throughout the book. Katcher has worked with teens and he knows them inside and out; his characters are compelling and true.


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Hello, Brian! Could you tell us a little bit about your new novel? Brian Katcher Hello, and thanks for asking! This is especially true this year, now that his widowed mother has remarried and his stepfather insists on living with them. Unfortunately, Zak has blown off a major assignment for a class and is in danger of failing


‘Almost Perfect’ by Brian Katcher




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