Amazon.com: Only Mostly Devastated: A Novel eBook
I loved this girl group he hung out with.Ollie, the 1st-person narrator, comes across as someone very innocent and chaste who never never even dreams of, say, peeking at internet porn. Open City Now Ollie is one prince short of his fairy tale ending, and to complicate the fairy tale further, a family emergency sees Ollie uprooted and enrolled at a new school across the country. We grow from these things.
Only Mostly Devastated : Sophie Gonzales : 9781444956481
He can make new friends, or enemies, he can be anything he wants to be- self-assured, confident, relaxed.With the noisy drama of their friends as the backdrop - from ambitious Juliette and frosty Lara, to big-hearted Darnell and king-jock Matt - Ollie has a decision to make. There was a point in this story where Ollie and Lara were talking about how the people they care about the most have wronged them and how they just need to move on because they both deserve better. As Ollie begins his senior year, he navigates school cliques and gets to come out of the closet (again).
Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales - Goodreads
I am all out fangirl-ing for this one!!Overall, Only Mostly Devastated was a cute, fast paced romance that I adored, despite it not being very memorable. His parents spring on him that they are staying in Town to help with his dying aunt instead of heading back home to California. Only Mostly Devastated was a quick and fast paced read.
Only Mostly Devastated by Sophie Gonzales · Readings.com.au
A hugely enjoyable YA romance which also tackles a serious subject-very well.And it felt real, and well handled, and I will just... Ollie is a senior starting a new school where nobody knows he is gay.We grow from these things. Finding Audrey Because, you see, I was four days into mine, and my prince was nowhere to be found.It made me cry and it made me laugh. Der Tod ist mein Beruf And this book is also so massively about being queer and being closeted.Ollie and Will met over the summer holidays at a lake in North Carolina.