“Maybe things don’t need to be exactly as I’ve imagined them. Like maybe in this universe I’ve suddenly found myself in, things could be different. I could be different.”
Title- You Should See Me in a Crown
Author- Leah Johnson
Genre- Contemporary YA
O, MY GOD. This book is so much fun to read. The book has a queer protagonist. This is the story of her. The story of her coming out and accepting herself. Although it is a fun read, it deals with some important issues.
Liz thought, being a black lady she should lay low. Don’t interact with others and stay in her safe bubble. Later in the story, she discovers more about herself. I did not like her best-friend ah she is so annoying.
This book is very engaging and cute. I love-love reading this book. I love everything about this story.
This read is for #readingwithmuffy challenge June Prompt- LGBTQIA book.
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