Monday, November 9, 2015

The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley

The Five Stages of Andrew Brawley

Reviewed By: Sarah M.
By: Shaun David Hutchinson
Rating: Really liked it

This book is about a gay boy who blames himself for the deaths of his family and lives secretly where his family dies. He has a comic book that he bases off himself intentionally. 'Andrew' has friends there who both have cancer, whom love each other, but don't want to, because what's the point? They think they're going to die. One day another gay boy who's a victim of severe bullying lands in the hospital. 'Andrew' can't keep his eyes off of him. "The five stages of Andrew Brawley" by Shaun David Hutchinson is a very good book that really makes you think and steals your heart. It not only made me laugh, but almost made me bawl. The only thing I disliked is just that wasn't just about 'Andrew' and the other male, but that was just how the author wrote it, so I can't really complain.

I would recommend this to: Anyone who isn't homophobic.

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