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  • Tempted to give to others (afraid of rejection)

    This book is the same story telling style as I was already familiar with through interacting with the author's blog. I am admittedly cisgender, and in enjoying this book I felt I learned a bit more about the struggle of discovering and feeling affirmed in ones identity. I think my favorite quote was from Chapter 18: It's Hard to Feel Sad Reading Hans Christian Andersen Because its just Another Story about a Bummed-Out Candlestick that Loves a Broom and Dies, because I had a similar interaction about with Anderson's work in my youth. The quote in question "Hans tried to warn me that the world was full of too much feeling, not too little, and that I was going to have to pay attention to it." Give this book a shot, I don't think you'll forget it.

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  • Good but a bit too precious at times

    I generally enjoyed this, but i do think that he relies a bit too much on other works as a narrative device, to the point where it seems at times as though long passagescaew bring qoted to paddpages, where paraphrasing and interpretation would work justvas well. Overall its good, bjtvit doesdrag in some Sectilns as noted.

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