Look Both Ways

Look Both Ways

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A summer away from the city is the beginning of everything for Brooklyn Shepard. Her theater apprenticeship at Allerdale is a chance to prove that she can carve out a niche all her own, surrounded by people who dont know anything about her or her family of superstar performers.
Brooklyn immediately hits it off with her roommate, Zoe, and soon their friendship turns into something more. Brooklyn wants to see herself as someone whos open to everything and everyone, but as her feelings for Zoe intensify, so do her doubts. Shes happier than shes ever beenbut is it because of her new relationship? Or is it because shes finally discovering who she wants to be?
Publisher: New York : Delacorte Press, [2016]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780553511864
Branch Call Number: YA FICTION CHERR...A
Characteristics: 296 pages ; 22 cm


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Jun 12, 2017

I want to be able to give this book the rating the story line and the writing deserve (more of a 4 star rating), but the entire book is ruined by the love story. The main character faking a relationship with someone they don't actually love, the bisexual trope of a bisexual never being able to be monogamous, the bisexual trope that a bisexual has to be with a man and a woman, the bisexual trope that a bisexual person is overly sexual...I am so disheartened. I was so excited seeing what I thought was a YA f/f romance, but instead is was a slap in the face (more like a chop to the throat). If I had read this as a teenager, I would have had more issues coming to terms with my own sexuality.

I read reviews about this after I had already started and was invested in the story, otherwise I wouldn't have bothered reading it. It was worse than the reviews I read led me to believe.


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