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Rainbow Boys by Alex   Sanchez
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Mar 27, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: angst, contemporary, humor, glbt, young-adult-friendly, romance, fiction
Read in April, 2008

This book follows the perspective of three adolescent boys, who are all in different stages of acceptance/outness, and how their lives intersect and overlap.

Jason Carillo is a jock who is having a very hard time accepting that he might be gay or bi. Kyle Meeks is a shy, gay kid who has accepted his sexuality but hasn't come out to his family. Nelson is out and proud, but still uncertain how to navigate decisions like telling his friend he has a crush on him or having sex for the first time.

Each has a lot to learn about themselves and each other, and their individual perspectives mesh together with humor, sadness and passion to form a funny, honest and very well-written look at teen life and teen sexuality.

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