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The overprivileged and overconfident Queenie McBride, who is a lesbian, feels she has life figured out, especially college. But as soon as classes begin at Boston University, she realizes that she is no longer in high school. Although she has her best friend JJ there to help keep her in line, her entire world is forever changed when she meets Pudge, a homeless LGBT teen th The overprivileged and overconfident Queenie McBride, who is a lesbian, feels she has life figured out, especially college. But as soon as classes begin at Boston University, she realizes that she is no longer in high school. Although she has her best friend JJ there to help keep her in line, her entire world is forever changed when she meets Pudge, a homeless LGBT teen thrown out by her parents. With the help of Izzy, a strong-headed and beautiful social worker on whom she secretly has a crush, Queenie learns how to be there for Pudge, leaving her old habits behind to become the person she's always wanted to be. Queenie's story shows how caring people can help runaway gay teens help themselves out of a tough world—and maybe fall in love along the way. 


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The overprivileged and overconfident Queenie McBride, who is a lesbian, feels she has life figured out, especially college. But as soon as classes begin at Boston University, she realizes that she is no longer in high school. Although she has her best friend JJ there to help keep her in line, her entire world is forever changed when she meets Pudge, a homeless LGBT teen th The overprivileged and overconfident Queenie McBride, who is a lesbian, feels she has life figured out, especially college. But as soon as classes begin at Boston University, she realizes that she is no longer in high school. Although she has her best friend JJ there to help keep her in line, her entire world is forever changed when she meets Pudge, a homeless LGBT teen thrown out by her parents. With the help of Izzy, a strong-headed and beautiful social worker on whom she secretly has a crush, Queenie learns how to be there for Pudge, leaving her old habits behind to become the person she's always wanted to be. Queenie's story shows how caring people can help runaway gay teens help themselves out of a tough world—and maybe fall in love along the way. 

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  1. 4 out of 5

    Dide

    For the subject i should give this a 3.5 star rating. It's a great focus on the homelessness of LGBT kids. In turn, the author did well interweaving a drastically opposite personality with that of the subject. On the downside, there are a number of times i felt it was too speechified. It's obvious the author did some research but i feel her delivery on passing across the reality wasn't well done... For the subject i should give this a 3.5 star rating. It's a great focus on the homelessness of LGBT kids. In turn, the author did well interweaving a drastically opposite personality with that of the subject. On the downside, there are a number of times i felt it was too speechified. It's obvious the author did some research but i feel her delivery on passing across the reality wasn't well done...

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