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New Years are for fresh starts, but Jess just wants everything to go back to the way it was. From hiking trips, to four-person birthday parties, to never-ending group texts, Jess, Lee, Ryan, and Nora have always been inseparable—and unstoppable. But now, with senior year on the horizon, they’ve been splintering off and growing apart. And so, as always, Jess makes a plan. Rei New Years are for fresh starts, but Jess just wants everything to go back to the way it was. From hiking trips, to four-person birthday parties, to never-ending group texts, Jess, Lee, Ryan, and Nora have always been inseparable—and unstoppable. But now, with senior year on the horizon, they’ve been splintering off and growing apart. And so, as always, Jess makes a plan. Reinstating their usual tradition of making resolutions together on New Year’s Eve, Jess adds a new twist: instead of making their own resolutions, the four friends assign them for each other—dares like kiss someone you know is wrong for you, show your paintings, learn Spanish, say yes to everything. But not even the best laid plans can take into account the uncertainties of life. As the year unfolds, Jess, Ryan, Nora, and Lee each test the bonds that hold them together. And amid first loves, heart breaks, and life-changing decisions, beginning again is never as simple as it seems.


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New Years are for fresh starts, but Jess just wants everything to go back to the way it was. From hiking trips, to four-person birthday parties, to never-ending group texts, Jess, Lee, Ryan, and Nora have always been inseparable—and unstoppable. But now, with senior year on the horizon, they’ve been splintering off and growing apart. And so, as always, Jess makes a plan. Rei New Years are for fresh starts, but Jess just wants everything to go back to the way it was. From hiking trips, to four-person birthday parties, to never-ending group texts, Jess, Lee, Ryan, and Nora have always been inseparable—and unstoppable. But now, with senior year on the horizon, they’ve been splintering off and growing apart. And so, as always, Jess makes a plan. Reinstating their usual tradition of making resolutions together on New Year’s Eve, Jess adds a new twist: instead of making their own resolutions, the four friends assign them for each other—dares like kiss someone you know is wrong for you, show your paintings, learn Spanish, say yes to everything. But not even the best laid plans can take into account the uncertainties of life. As the year unfolds, Jess, Ryan, Nora, and Lee each test the bonds that hold them together. And amid first loves, heart breaks, and life-changing decisions, beginning again is never as simple as it seems.

30 review for The Resolutions

  1. 5 out of 5

    Dahlia

    Such a cute friendship-centric read. I particularly like how the book deals with each character's relationship with being "Latinx enough," and the fact that half the MCs are queer (Ryan is gay and Nora is bi and in a very cute f/f relationship the whole book) definitely did not hurt. Nor do the food descriptions! Fave parts were definitely the little chat excerpts; I feel like that's when voice kicked in the most.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)

    1.5 Stars "Give yourself room to breathe. To make mistakes. Eventually you will see that you were always there, you just couldn't recognize yourself yet." What’s kind of ridiculous is that I don’t remember finishing this book, but my notes tell me otherwise so I guess I did? My draw to The Resoultions story was no surprise, the strong friendship at its heart, and that was probably the only thing I liked. I liked how they made resolutions for each other, but I didn’t actually care for the char 1.5 Stars "Give yourself room to breathe. To make mistakes. Eventually you will see that you were always there, you just couldn't recognize yourself yet." What’s kind of ridiculous is that I don’t remember finishing this book, but my notes tell me otherwise so I guess I did? My draw to The Resoultions story was no surprise, the strong friendship at its heart, and that was probably the only thing I liked. I liked how they made resolutions for each other, but I didn’t actually care for the characters themselves, except Blake and Ryan, they were the cutes. So much of this story was me not caring about what happened and that was disappointing. I also had some trouble keeping Jess and Lee straight in my head until about the halfway point, so that didn’t help. This story was so forgettable to me and I only finished the entire thing because it was so easy to read. I received a copy of the book from Katherine Tegen Books via Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Shannon (It Starts At Midnight)

    You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight 3.5* This was cute. I think that people who are a little more ride-or-die contemporary fans will probably appreciate it even more than I did, so keep that in mind. Still, I liked that it explored the different lives of these four friends as they navigated the highs and lows of high school, family, romance, and of course, their relationships with each other. So let us dive into what I enjo You can find the full review and all the fancy and/or randomness that accompanies it at It Starts at Midnight 3.5* This was cute. I think that people who are a little more ride-or-die contemporary fans will probably appreciate it even more than I did, so keep that in mind. Still, I liked that it explored the different lives of these four friends as they navigated the highs and lows of high school, family, romance, and of course, their relationships with each other. So let us dive into what I enjoyed versus what I didn't as much! The Stuff I Liked: •Obviously, the aforementioned relationships. Seeing a bunch of friends who are truly decent people and who want the best for each other is refreshing. No toxicity, no awfulness. They had ups and downs, sure, but there is no question that they all loved each other deeply and would move heaven and earth for each other. That's rare, and I like it. •Everything about Lee's story. She was really my favorite character, probably because her story gave me so many feels. There was a medical issue, the loss of a parent, a really complex relationship with her dad, and my favorite romance in the book. •Loads of realistically portrayed diversity.  This was really awesome- I loved how the characters were all grappling a bit with their identities as Latinx young adults. And not just their own thoughts on their identities, but also their families' expectations. There was also gay and bisexual rep, and I loved how damn healthy Nora and Beth's relationship was. It may be one of the healthiest romances I have ever read about in a YA book, honestly. Great mental health portrayal. I liked that Jess was such a perfectionist, so adamant about dismissing her issues at first, because it seemed very honest. Truly, I feel like a lot of young people (or old people, tbh) can relate to this- a feeling of "failing" because they have actual human limits and needs. I think the author handled it very well, too. The Stuff I Didn't: •It felt a little longer than it needed to be. Some of the stories, especially in the beginning-middle, dragged a bit. I even considered putting the book down. I am glad I didn't, though. It was worth it in the end, but I don't know if readers who are more likely to DNF would make it to those parts? I actually ended up rounding my rating up, because I did end up liking so much of the story in the end. But it took me a hot second to really care about the characters (other than Lee) and you know, actually feel stuff, though I definitely did by the end.  So even though it is my only gripe, it's sort of an important one. Bottom Line: Lots of great stuff, though a draggy start. Absolutely worth it in the end, and I think huge contemporary fans will gobble this one up.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Zoraida

    Fun, thoughtful examination on self discovery.

  5. 4 out of 5

    ALEXA

    I was so intrigued by the premise — four best friends who pick new year’s resolutions for each other and what happens over the course of a year afterward. Happy to say it lived up to my high hopes! This one is a story about relationships — with your family, friends and yourself. About how to face heartbreak and fear and pressure. About finding your way. About growing up and growing together. I thought it was pretty great!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Samantha (WLABB)

    I don't even know where to begin with this book, because I LOVED IT SO MUCH!! I was looking for a story of friendship, and this book gave me that ten-fold, PLUS a look at some really beautiful and meaningful personal journeys. Jess, Ryan, Nora, and Lee had been friends for different lengths of time, but there was no doubt that each one held a solid place in their group. They had gathered once again for the annual New Year's Eve celebration, and instead of making their own resolutions, this year, t I don't even know where to begin with this book, because I LOVED IT SO MUCH!! I was looking for a story of friendship, and this book gave me that ten-fold, PLUS a look at some really beautiful and meaningful personal journeys. Jess, Ryan, Nora, and Lee had been friends for different lengths of time, but there was no doubt that each one held a solid place in their group. They had gathered once again for the annual New Year's Eve celebration, and instead of making their own resolutions, this year, they would be made by the other three friends. I loved the idea of someone else selecting the goals, because the resolutions they made were done quite thoughtfully and with the intention of nudging that person outside of their comfort zone or in the direction of something they needed to face. Some were pretty straight forward, some were more vague, and others were really difficult, but in the end, each person grew so much, and learned a tremendous amount about themselves and those they loved in the process. Ryan was nursing a broken heart, and his resolutions were meant to help him mend and rediscover himself. Nora was busy living someone else's dream, and her friends hoped that the resolutions they chose for her, would push her to assert her own wants, needs, and dreams. Jess' resolution didn't quite play out the way her friends had hoped, but it did end up being pretty life changing for her. But Lee's resolutions sort of broke me. I cried a river for Lee. I cried, because of the reality she had to face. I cried for what she had lost, and what she thought she couldn't have. And then I cried, because Garcia did her some really wonderful things for her, and I saw her moving into a hopeful place. Her story really hit me the hardest, and I loved the way Garcia let it unfold. It was messy, but full of so many special moments. Clearly, I loved the characters, and the secondary characters were just as great as the main characters, however, the families really stood out among the supporting cast. Each one of the protagonists had an awesome family. They came in all shapes and sizes, but they were great sources of support and endless love for the Ryan, Jess, Nora, and Lee. I, of course, had a special place in my heart for Ryan's grandmother, because she was too fabulous, and Lee's dad, because he, like Lee, was dealing with a lot. Her dad made such an effort to be honest and to connect with Lee, and I found their relationship quite lovely. This book explores friendship, family, identity, love, loss, heartbreak, aspirations, desires, dreams, commitments, and many other challenges teens face, and I thought Garcia did so in an authentic, emotional, and meaningful way. *ARC provided in exchange for an honest review. BLOG | INSTAGRAM |TWITTER | BLOGLOVIN | FRIEND ME ON GOODREADS

  7. 4 out of 5

    Rachel

    Real rating: 3.75 stars but rounding up. I liked it!!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Adriana Martinez Figueroa

    I’ll write a review later this week but bless u Mia edited review: Rating: 5/5 Stars Review: Sometimes you're on the verge of greatness and need a little push from someone you care about to see how amazing you really are. That's the basic premise that Mia García brings with The Resolutions. Four friends challenge each other on New Year's Eve by writing resolutions for each other. These goals are written to see each other thrive, especially as Senior year and graduation are fast approaching.  First, w I’ll write a review later this week but bless u Mia edited review: Rating: 5/5 Stars Review: Sometimes you're on the verge of greatness and need a little push from someone you care about to see how amazing you really are. That's the basic premise that Mia García brings with The Resolutions. Four friends challenge each other on New Year's Eve by writing resolutions for each other. These goals are written to see each other thrive, especially as Senior year and graduation are fast approaching.  First, we have Ryan. Ryan's a gay mixed Asian-Latino kid who's lost his groove after his first ever break-up. He's struggled with picking his art back up, resorting to obsessively going over all of his ex's social media platforms.  Second, there's Nora. Nora's pretty much a ghost in her friend group due to having to juggle working at her mother's restaurant, being a good student, having a stable relationship with her girlfriend Beth, and shoving down all her own dreams and ambitions.   Third is Lee, full name Francheska Lee, who lost her mom a few years back and has left any memory that has to do with her mother and heritage locked away. And last, but not least, Jess, who's an overachieving Afro-Latina who seeks to please everyone around her, often ignoring her own well-being to do so.   All four band together to make this year a good one with the following resolutions: 1. Ryan needs to kiss someone who's wrong for him and to show his work unapologetically. 2. Nora has to put her feet in the ocean and to choose her own adventure. 3. Lee is going to relearn Spanish and decide whether to take a test that will tell her whether or not she has the same disease as her mother. 4. And Jess has to... say yes to everything that is deemed spontaneous. As the four come to terms with what their friends' challenges mean and if that's how they see themselves, they still tackle each with... varying degrees of success. The POVs jump between the four characters from chapter to chapter, which means we don't often get a lot of reactions to certain characters' decisions, like when Nora cuts off her hair. I wanted to get that moment when the mom saw her change, and though Nora comments on it in passing, I wished to see more of that. However, the changing POVs are when you got most of the characters' inner machinations. You get frustrated as a character decides to hide something from another, yet the other doesn't even realize they're hiding something. That's what's fantastic about the changing POVs. They're biased toward their own dilemmas and relationships, that they often overlook what's right in front of them. An example of this can be said of when Jess starts overworking herself, leading to anxiety and panic attacks.  There are four different subplots for each of the characters, which could be isolating, but you know that in the end they'd rally around each other. That's the thing that hit me the most, the characters always care about each other and never do something that would hurt someone outright. They have each other's interests at heart, but the way each interpret that affection internally is vastly different. It's incredible how García managed to tap into each of their voices, and it's never more evident than when they message each other (this was pointed out in Dahlia Adler's review, too).  By the end of the book I wanted to gather all the characters into a group hug and tell them they're worth the world. Validation may be a bitch, but they're so valid and I want to tell them that.  Anyway, come here for the friendship, and stay here for the budding romances, Beth and Nora, the FOOD (oh my God I was hungry half the time I was reading this), healthy relationships, discussions on Latinx identities, and the character development. I wholeheartedly approve of this book and you'll love this if you're searching for some queer and Latinx contemporary YA with a focus on friendships and personal growth. Some TWs/CWs I can remember: description of anxiety and panic attacks, insomnia, alcohol consuming, sexual harassment (someone manhandles Jess at a party while she's drunk), driving under the influence, car crash, death of a loved one (mother), hospitals, injuries. I got the ARC from an auction and it was provided by the author.  The Resolutions will be available on November 13th, 2019. You can pre-order now and send your receipt to Mia's preorder page to get some awesome book swag like a cool tote bag, a bookmark, a signed bookplate, and some stickers.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Lana Pattinson

    *I read an advance copy* ⭐4 amazing POVs ⭐Pink hair ⭐Massive shipping between (redacted) ⭐Need Puerto Rican postres STAT ⭐I want to give all these kids a big hug 11/10 would recommend! *I read an advance copy* ⭐️4 amazing POVs ⭐️Pink hair ⭐️Massive shipping between (redacted) ⭐️Need Puerto Rican postres STAT ⭐️I want to give all these kids a big hug 11/10 would recommend!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Francesca Flores

    Omg!! I loved this book! These characters and their stories were so realistic and heartfelt, I couldn't help but fall in love with them! My sweet bebé Ryan who deserves all the happiness in the world!!!! Nora, who I am so proud of for picking her own path in life! Lee, who had such a beautiful growth arc I could cry about it and, well, I did. And JESS!! Oml I just wanted to wrap her in a blanket and give her hot chocolate for the entire novel. Her resolution was so fitting and I'm so happy for her Omg!! I loved this book! These characters and their stories were so realistic and heartfelt, I couldn't help but fall in love with them! My sweet bebé Ryan who deserves all the happiness in the world!!!! Nora, who I am so proud of for picking her own path in life! Lee, who had such a beautiful growth arc I could cry about it and, well, I did. And JESS!! Oml I just wanted to wrap her in a blanket and give her hot chocolate for the entire novel. Her resolution was so fitting and I'm so happy for her. Other things I loved about this book: how much it explored each character's interests and personalities, the strong friendships, the realistic relationships, the diversity within the Latinx community, the Spanglish, the sweet relationship between Nora and Beth, the descriptions of heartbreak, and just...so many things! I adored each of these characters' journeys and would definitely recommend this book ❤

  11. 4 out of 5

    Maraia

    I love friendship books so much, especially when they're also diverse! 4.5 stars

  12. 4 out of 5

    Vee ♔Under Mountain Books♔

    How freaking cute is this cover? I need it.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Aida Salazar

    I fell for all of the characters in this book! I saw myself, my friends and the evergreen drama that makes up teenage years in beautiful display. Don't sleep on this wonderful story!

  14. 4 out of 5

    McKinlay Dennis

    Maybe 4.5 but i'm rounding down cause i'm mad. May round up when i'm less mad. RTC.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Belly (Aspiringliterati)

    Review originally published here : https://aspiringliteratiblog.wordpres... The Resolutions is about a group of 4 Latinx high school friends who are trying to navigate life and its problems while remaining as close as ever. To do that, Jess, the planner and touchstone of the group, decides they will all write New Year’s resolutions for each other that will improve their lives and thus begins our story. The book is told through the povs of all 4 friends and while most time I struggle with that kind Review originally published here : https://aspiringliteratiblog.wordpres... The Resolutions is about a group of 4 Latinx high school friends who are trying to navigate life and its problems while remaining as close as ever. To do that, Jess, the planner and touchstone of the group, decides they will all write New Year’s resolutions for each other that will improve their lives and thus begins our story. The book is told through the povs of all 4 friends and while most time I struggle with that kind of narration, it was perfect and completely smooth this time.  I related in some kind of way to all of them and therefore did not dread any of the POVs or got bored or even frustrated with any of them. There is Jess, the overplanner, the overachiever, the one everyone counts on to do and to fix everything. All of that resonated with me a lot and her struggle to stay afloat with everything tumbling down around her was hard to witness. While reading some of the passages about her anxiety and her panic attacks, I felt remenants of some of my own anxiety reverberating through the words. I loved her intense love for her friends and her trying her damn best to keep them together. The chapters when all her plans and calenders and lists fall through and she has to face the truth and share it with her family and friends were some of the most heartfelt and tear-jerker chapters I’ve ever read. I couldn’t help but cry and smile at the sime time while seeing her regain her footing and make that last resolution. And then we have Nora who might have been the one I rooted for the most (I might be biased but idc my bisexual characters will always come first for me oops). I wanted her to find her own adventure so bad while completely understanding how terrifying that might be and how the fear of disappointing a parent is one of the most difficult thing to overcome. But thank god for Beth and thank god for f/f relationships that are sweet and insanely cute and supportive. Her last resolution really inspired me and reminded me that dreams don’t have to stay only dreams. Lee was the one that made me cry the most after Jess (they all made me cry ok ?). Her situation is one of the most hellish one any person can ever be in. It all comes down to that simple question « would you want to know the die you’ll die beforehand ? ». In my line of work, I get to think about this a lot and see people make this decision a lot. There is no good answer and Garcia showed it in the perfect way. Lee is one of hell of a strong young woman and her supportive system is so heartwarming. And when she realizes that, even if it’s in very slow steps, it feels…good. Really good. And finally we have Ryan… Oh Ryan… Most times when I read about heartbreak, I wanna slap the living life out of the character and just scream at them to snap out of it because it all seems overly dramatic and exagerated. Ryan’s heartbreak though felt real. His struggle to find himself amidst the wreck of his failed relationship reminded me how easily it is to lose ones self in another person and how devastating that can be. His journey to self rediscovery was so honest, I loved every part of it. It depicts how progress, in every area of life, is never lineary. Plus his blooming relationship with Blake was a nice subplot to fangirl over ! This book works because this book has so much diversity and representation in it, weither it’s POC or LGBTQ+, or mental health reperesentation it’s there. But it isn’t the only thing there. Mia Garcia doesn’t turn her characters into caricatures and reduces them to the point where their diversity is their whole identity. It is a part of their identity but not the only one and THAT was the main attract to me. Like I said at beginning this is a story about friendship and coming of age and finding your own path in life with very little unnecessary drama !

  16. 4 out of 5

    Kimberley

    Lee, Nora, Jess, and Ryan are at a crossroads. As their junior year of high school ends, Jess is worried they won't remain as close as they've always been if they don't do something that keeps them intimately bound to each other. As a solution, she decides it'll be fun if they make each others New Year's Resolutions. The decision to do so turns out to have consequences greater than any of them expected. I really liked this one. Mia Garcia wrote each character with such distinctive voices and per Lee, Nora, Jess, and Ryan are at a crossroads. As their junior year of high school ends, Jess is worried they won't remain as close as they've always been if they don't do something that keeps them intimately bound to each other. As a solution, she decides it'll be fun if they make each others New Year's Resolutions. The decision to do so turns out to have consequences greater than any of them expected. I really liked this one. Mia Garcia wrote each character with such distinctive voices and personalities that it was clear she intimately understood the direction she wanted each of them to go. While Jess, Nora, and Lee were the most well-developed characters, in my opinion--there were times when I might've forgotten about Ryan if not for the individually focused chapters--there was no way to tell the story of this group without including the presence of the others. Even when they weren't together, they were still connected (represented in the group messages they send to each other); that connection often allowed further insight into the personalities and thought processes of others in the group. In other words, you were always learning something about Lee, Jess, Nora, and Ryan. Even if said knowledge arrived second-hand. This allowed greater clarity as to why how they ma y struggle with their particular resolution. Since the story is told using alternating perspectives, with each character heading their own chapters, you're able to follow the journey each takes towards reaching the goals set for them. Jess's evolution was the most riveting. At some point she begins to question the physical response she has to the stress she places on herself, but she's so determined to "wear the mask" she doesn't want to ask for help. The consequences of that decision play out in surprising and dangerous ways. That said, Nora was my favorite. I felt she developed the most of the four and it was a pleasure to watch her metamorphosis. I think I inwardly cheered the loudest for her. Garcia writes in an engaging manner and it was easy to like each of these characters. A fun read with a lot of heart. I was provided an Advanced eGalley of "The Resolutions" by Mia Garcia. Thank you to Edelweiss+ and HarperCollins

  17. 4 out of 5

    Jessie

    This is such a good friendship book. I cried on the subway over Jess's plot and character arc. (view spoiler)[She's doing too much, is stressed, can't sleep, feels like she's barely making any progress at all, worries about being a disappointment, and is having panic attacks... and she isn't talking to anyone about it. JESS <3 I have been some of those places, and so it was really rewarding to watch her figure out how to take care of herself with the help of her family and friends. (hide spoil This is such a good friendship book. I cried on the subway over Jess's plot and character arc. (view spoiler)[She's doing too much, is stressed, can't sleep, feels like she's barely making any progress at all, worries about being a disappointment, and is having panic attacks... and she isn't talking to anyone about it. JESS <3 I have been some of those places, and so it was really rewarding to watch her figure out how to take care of herself with the help of her family and friends. (hide spoiler)] Other things I loved: *Ryan finding his way back to art and himself *Nora getting excited about the idea of culinary school and meeting two pastry chefs *Beth as Jess's running friend and Nora's girlfriend *(view spoiler)[Ryan/Blake not being endgame but having potential (hide spoiler)] *Lee working to improve her Spanish. Also, David reading books and watching movies with her to do that. *Ryan's relationship with his grandmother A+++. Also with his little sister Katie. *gossipy customers at La Islita *All the different ways of being and relating to being Latinx CW: car accident, Huntington's Disease, discussion of parental death, panic attacks, non-graphic on-page sex

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ann

    I enjoyed the book, but it did not wow me. Having four different plot lines meant that sometimes it felt as if not enough weight were being given to one strand, or too much to another. There were a handful of things that didn't seem likely (that Lee and David could date for so long without anyone having an inkling, even if they were all consumed with their own problems.) I'm not sure I fully believed the friendship links. They all kept saying they were friends, and they were there for each other I enjoyed the book, but it did not wow me. Having four different plot lines meant that sometimes it felt as if not enough weight were being given to one strand, or too much to another. There were a handful of things that didn't seem likely (that Lee and David could date for so long without anyone having an inkling, even if they were all consumed with their own problems.) I'm not sure I fully believed the friendship links. They all kept saying they were friends, and they were there for each other in big moments, but except for perhaps the beginning and end, I didn't see a lot of the little moments that would make the relationships feel real. It was still a decent read though, and since realistic fiction is rarely my favorite that might be influencing my feelings.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Erin Quinn

    Sometimes your friends know you better than you know yourself. This sweet little concept, where four best friends choose each other’s New Years resolutions becomes something more than that in Mia Garcia’s capable hands. The best part of this book is hands down the characters. Each of the four main characters is unique and never cliched, and even secondary characters are nuanced and complex. This is also an important contribution to Own Voices YA. Each character’s Latinx culture played an importa Sometimes your friends know you better than you know yourself. This sweet little concept, where four best friends choose each other’s New Years resolutions becomes something more than that in Mia Garcia’s capable hands. The best part of this book is hands down the characters. Each of the four main characters is unique and never cliched, and even secondary characters are nuanced and complex. This is also an important contribution to Own Voices YA. Each character’s Latinx culture played an important role in their identity, adding to the complexity of the characters. I found myself rooting for all the characters and was happy and satisfied by the way things ended for each of them. Thank you to Edelweiss and Katherine Tegen Books for an eARC in exchange for an honest review.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chynna

    My life is so much more que esta mierda. I love a multilingual book. A sweet story that I read in over my four day thanksgiving break, and as a mixed Mexican myself loved the latinx themes explored as well as the LGBT characters. It started a little slow but the friendships felt real and so did the characters. Found myself often frustrated with the characters and screaming at them to stop making their lives so miserable, probably because I've been through the similar things. Would recommend, an My life is so much more que esta mierda. I love a multilingual book. A sweet story that I read in over my four day thanksgiving break, and as a mixed Mexican myself loved the latinx themes explored as well as the LGBT characters. It started a little slow but the friendships felt real and so did the characters. Found myself often frustrated with the characters and screaming at them to stop making their lives so miserable, probably because I've been through the similar things. Would recommend, and while there is a happy ending, you might want to grab a tissue box.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Farhiya

    Lee's plot got me

  22. 4 out of 5

    Lori

    RTC

  23. 5 out of 5

    Amy

  24. 5 out of 5

    Maria Belen

  25. 5 out of 5

    Mrs. Scheuerman

  26. 4 out of 5

    Norma

  27. 4 out of 5

    Lira

  28. 5 out of 5

    Lelia Nebeker

  29. 5 out of 5

    ☺The best 1997☺

  30. 4 out of 5

    Shenwei

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