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What the community says about Boy Meets Boy
- "I love David Levithan's books, this one included. My only second thought on this particular story is that the setting is so completely unrealistic. My young gay friend said the same thing - if only a high school and community really responded like this to gay kids, life would be great. But it doesn't, so while it's a fun read, it's also a little disappointing if you're looking for something a little more true-to-life. Definitely something to aspire to for those of us in public education, though. Kids with gender and sexual identity questions can always find some hope and fun in Levithan's works. I book talk his work frequently, and kids love his books. "
- " If you like young adult romance novels I think you'll like this one as well. It's a unique story as well, not your usual kind, it features a diverse cast of characters and a good narrative as well. I enjoyed it myself, it isn't usually the kind of genre I'm into personally, but I still enjoyed the book!"
- ""Boy Meets Boy" is a pleasant read for its intended audience for the most part, though some of the author's later works might be a bit better. Some of the characters and situations do seem a bit cliche, in my opinion. Nonetheless, a certain level of camp is typically tolerated in this kind of work, so the entire book doesn't fail as a whole, necessarily."
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- "I had never read a LGBT focused story in my life so this was enlightening. The author treated the subject matter with grace and respect. Though the story lagged in some parts, it was very touching and interesting overall. "