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  • Charming

    When 17-year-old Jay moves to Seattle for his senior year in high school, he's excited to no longer be the only gay kid in town. He finally gets to have all those firsts other teens do: first date, first kiss, and more. But in his eagerness to cross off the items on his Gay Agenda, will he lose sight of what really matters? This charming YA starts off slowly, but becomes an engrossing read once Jay gets to Seattle. Jay is a sweetheart, but he doesn't always see how his actions affect others. This is a story of teens trying their best in unfamiliar situations and not always making the best decisions. It's an authentic story that everyone can can relate to. There is some (non-explicit) sexual content that may not be appropriate for young teens. Thanks, NetGalley, for the ARC I received. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Beautifully Written, Heartfelt, and So Much Fun!

    Snarky, sassy, sweet and so full of soul, Jason June’s Jay’s Gay Agenda kept me smiling from the very start! I’m thoroughly impressed by the pace this talented author keeps up as Jay takes us along for the ride of a lifetime. Growing up as the only out gay student in a very small town, Jay’s culture shock is understandable when he’s plunked down in sophisticated Seattle at the start of his Senior year in high school. In the process of crossing items off of his to-do list, Jay finds out that growing up has more to do with being human, than it does with how one identifies. Issues like loyalty, understanding, honesty, and feeling wanted and accepted, are universal. And learning how to function in society has its challenges, no matter where you call home. We all can relate to some of the things Jay faces, and just watching Jay navigate his way through them is a pleasure. A beautifully written, heartfelt story, I absolutely adored Jay’s Gay Agenda.

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