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    Im obessed

    I personly think there should be book fromsimon and perspective. Like for the first book one with brams perspective and for this book abbys perspective.
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    Life Changing

    This book is amazing, everyone should read it! Although it has flaws and some of the original characters are done dirty the insight we receive into Leah's life is well worth it.
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    Learning to let go

    A wonderful sequel to Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda. Having watched the movie, Love Simon, many times I could hear and picture the main characters in the novel so well as they all are so familiar. Like Simon Leah has a secret but only her mother knows. It should be so easy to come out to Simon and Bram as their secret is now out and they're very public about their relationship, but Leah is conflicted. As graduation and its associated rituals approach Leah finds herself on a college visit with Abby, which shouldn't be a problem but is because Leah isn't sure how to talk to her any more than she knows how to talk to her prom date, Garret. When the unexpected happens she is suddenly confronted with a new reality. Will she find her happy ever after and learn to let go of her secrets and anxiety? A very interesting read that's hard to put down.
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    Great!

    I really enjoyed this book! and I like how all the books Becky abertalli writes they contain a relation to the characters in other books. If you liked Simon vs. the homosapiens agenda thisa must read.
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    I LOVE THIS BOOK

    I love this book! It peeks into the life of a teenage girl looking to find where she stands in the world socially and emotionally. Very heartfelt and sweet!
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