First, can I just say that the title for each chapter were a bit anti-climactic. I thought the writing was really good and the dialogues are spot on. On the downside, Austin’s interesting character does not seem to fit in at all in the story. His lines were genius and were very funny but somehow it felt forced because of the book’s premise.
The “I found out I was gay at 26” didn’t really sit well with me. The Jessie connection with Iss was a bit forced If I may say so. The overprotective nature of Peter was almost a disorder. I’ve also noticed how there’s too many things happening in the story that were rather unnecessary. Overall, it was an a-ok read. A bit slow-paced with uninteresting characters aside from Austin but like what I’ve said, it’s still pretty decent for a book with a very ambitious plot.
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars