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Title:
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Written by:
Laura Silverman 
Read by:
Michael Crouch 
Format:
Unabridged CD Audio Book 
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Duration:
6 hours 15 minutes 
Published:
August 01 2021 
Available Date:
August 01 2021 
Age Category:
Young Adult (13+) 
ISBN:
9781867551256 
Genres:
Fiction; Contemporary Fiction; Gay, Lesbian & LGBT Fiction; Young Adult Fiction 
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Bolinda/Audible audio 
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From acclaimed author Laura Silverman comes a timely story about a gay teen’s struggle when academic success and romantic happiness pull him in opposite directions.

Senior Ariel Stone is the perfect college applicant – first chair violinist, dedicated volunteer, active synagogue congregant and expected valedictorian. And he works hard – really hard – to make his success look effortless. A failed calculus quiz is not part of his plan. Not when he's number one. Not when his peers can smell weakness like a freshman's body spray. Ariel throws himself into studying. His friends will understand if he skips a few plans and he can sleep when he graduates. But as his grade continues to slide, Ariel realises he needs help and reluctantly enlists a tutor, his classmate Amir. The two have never gotten along, but Ariel has no other options. Ariel discovers he may not like calculus, but he does like Amir. Except adding a new relationship to his long list of commitments may just push him past his limit.

'Appealing ... who can resist a heartfelt romance?'
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'A coming-of-age novel that will charm readers with its relatable and diverse characters, quirky storyline, and interweaving of faith, queerness, and the everyday lives of seniors navigating the pressures of college applications, grades, and relationships. Heartwarming and engaging.'
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