Autoboyography Book Review

Book Stars: 4/5 Stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

I’m only giving this four stars because I wanted more at the end, but it was extraordinary.

Autoboyography by Christina Lauren was a roller coaster. I finished it in a day and a half.

The writing style blended nicely with my imagination. I could actually see the story unfold like a film. Definitely be prepared for this book, – It’s an emotionally rich romance and not a soft-read.

The book follows Tanner, a bisexual boy who falls in love with a closeted mormon boy named Sebastian. This story sheds light on the experience queer religious people go through with their families and community. There are a lot of trials LGBT Christians go through in the process of coming to terms with their identity and this book follows Sebastian as he journeys from a collectivistic mindset with his family to transforming into his own sense of self.

Ultimately, the book is about being brave enough to accept yourself and love. 10/10 would recommend. Where’s the sequel? 

Arty Feliz
Arty Feliz

Arty Feliz is a portrait photographer and writer based in the Inland Empire, CA. Arthur reviews pop culture topics such as books, films, and cosmetics while also being an advocate sharing his experience with Congenital Heart Disease and other chronic illnesses. He's also the Editor in Chief of the indie print publication Fairest Magazine distributed by Magcloud.

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