Symptoms of Being Human by Jeff Garvin
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
Riley Cavanaugh is smart, witty, and troubled. With a father who is a congressman running for re-election and a recent transfer from a Catholic school to a large public school, Riley has a lot going on in life, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Riley is genderfluid - some days identifying as female and others as male, but the only person who knows this truth is Riley's therapist. Juggling this secret takes its toll, but Riley's recent attempts to anonymously blog the truth are a welcome distraction until things get out of hand. When a classmate finds out Riley's true identity, the already fragile facade of Riley's life reaches a breaking point.
A welcome addition to the lgbtq+ genre!
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