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Om anyone she s ever met before in a #good but unexplainable way Eulalie Eu for short is seriously mad at the world and she s not afraid #but unexplainable way Eulalie Eu for short is seriously mad at the world and she s not afraid show it Labeled as a dyke and a freak by her fellow classmates Eu doesn t take crap from anyone But she also understands what it feels ike to be alone When she defends Asher in the unchroom the two strike up a fast forming friendship They re both outsiders they re both artists they re both Jewish they re both music fans but most of all they re both in desperate need of a best friend They need each other As the two get to know each other better Eu develops a friend They need each other As the two get to know each other better Eu develops a on Asher while he meanwhile explores his sexuality and tries to overcome his fear of being touched But will Asher ever recognize that the person who understands him most isn t in some bar it s in Eu Or will E and A never get to realize what might have been between them This graphic gorgeous black and white novel perfectly captures the whirlwind blur that is high school From going to darkened bars that make you feel empty to concert halls with pounding walls Merey vividly portrays the challenges and emotional roller coasters that being a teen is all aboutThe art is impressive with great detail and attention paid to bodies and faces specifically eyes and ips Sometimes the backgrounds are blurred sometimes there are arge chunks of text It is a slightly varied graphic novel experience than the one I ve experienced before although no ess enjoyable I Lenora love that the story works on so manyevels too This is a book where readers can read into the book however they Caz Sanatı likeAnd while there are some scenes and subjects that are hard to swallow and digest the book is ultimately uplifting in my opinion and iteaves a good taste in your mouth I was sad when it was over and haven t been able to get it out of my head for days In fact I inhaled the book and stayed awake after I d finished just staring off into space It s been haunting me for and stayed awake after I d finished just staring off into space It s been haunting me for that I cannot articulate It s certainly not for everyone thougha e 4ever is a highly entertaining and worthwhile read where readers can Desire Sensibility lose and find themselves all on the same pageAudience fans of graphic novelsesbian gay bisexual transgender and uestioning readers LGBT wallflowers outsiders thespians mature teens and adultsThemes boygirl friendships new kid at school high school LGBT relationships uestioning sexuality ove discovering oneself recoverycoping bullying religion specifically Judaism defining and redefining gender roles art drawing musicconcerts school play first ove rape incest virginity phobias and fears of being touched or getting too close to people self identityReadalikes If you The Faerie Godmothers Apprentice Wore Green love this you will alsoike Wet Moon Volume 1 Feeble Wanderings series by Dr Ross Campbell f2m The Boy Within by Hazel Edwards Circle of Change by Laney Cairo Parrotfish by Ellen Wittlinger I Am J by Cris Beam This review originally appeared on Reading Writing and the World of Words I m not sure entirely what to think about this book It does some things very well does some things very poorly and touches on topics that are frustratingly absent in 95% of most media The story is about a couple of high school kids who are androgynous The female character Eu is sometimes boyish The Sorcerer of the North (Rangers Apprentice looking but straight The male character Ash is feminineooking and bi sexual They meet as outcasts in the same typical high school and form a bond that Practicing History lasts foraittle bit The story focuses on the relationship between these two characters while touching on issues of sexual identity social acceptance andyouth promiscuity I m not sure about that ast one and I suppose that s the toughest part of the book for me The male character Ash begins the novel with a disorder where he can not be touched It makes him vastly uncomfortable to have any contact with another human This is interesting but for the fact that after the first couple sections he apparently oses this aversion and it s never mentioned again Likewise his sexual identity something ambiguous from the start is basically forced on him during a bathroom rape scene And yet that scene shapes him into a boy Some Thing Black loving sex maniac This bothered me because I for one don t feelike rape should be the genesis of someone s sexual exploration His reactions to this event are frankly baffling and I felt McClellans Other Story like it shaped who he became for the rest of the novel a deplorable pig Maybe not having been in high school for aong time particularly one where trans gender teens had any place I don t know what it s Cant You Make Them Behave, King George? like for these young people Maybe this book is an accurate representation If it is I worry because I feeli I was given a copy of this to review by Lethe Press Onely tough talking dyke from school who befriends Ash The only one to see and accept all of his sides as a oner a fellow artist and a best friend she's starting to wonder if ash is ever going to see all of her a e 4EVER is a graphic novel set in that ambiguo. ,

Asher s family moves around a ot Their recent move has brought him to yet another new town and another new high school and it s taking him while to find his him to yet another new town and another new high school and it s taking him while to find his It doesn t help that Asher is a really pretty boy whose effeminate ooks garner him ots of the wrong kind of attention Eulalie Eu about the toughest skinniest TALLEST goth girl you can imagine steps in to toughest skinniest TALLEST goth girl you can imagine steps in to him befriends him and then falls hopelessly in ove with him They re a bit of an odd couple when juxtaposed but they do everything together clubbing music making art hanging out at Asher s house Eu is open and honest with Asher about how she feels but he doesn t reciprocate in fact he can barely stand to be touched by her When he Play Me, Im Yours loses his virginity it s pretty much rape in a bathroom stall with strangers And after that he s with a number of guys Eu s hurt but figures Asher is into guys What really kills her is when he starts dating another girl at school Confused she pushes away from him and tries to find someone else whom sheikes as much After some time apart Asher and Eu come together again and this time there s a new spark between them This story of first Health at Every Size loves and first relationships is bittersweet but everyone who s ever fallen inove will recognize and relate to what Eulalie is going through Rough bold black and white artwork illustrates this tale perfectly It s hard and edgy The Kings Witch (Frances Gorges Trilogy like Eu s protective exoskeleton This book was amazing I reallyoved it all the way through Eu and Ash were unbelievably real dimensional and flawed in all the right ways I felt Polvere alla polvere like they could be anybody They could have been people who I went to school with people who come into where I work They were that real Eu actually reminded me of one of my best friends from grade 12 in the way she talked an actedThe book expresses very well the confusion that comes with being a teenager Both main characters dance around the idea of gender identity and sexuality without speaking of it I just realized that I nevereft a review as to why I DNF d this novel And I know that it s not necessary but I ike to eave one when I actually have a solid reason as to why I DNF dI couldn t stand the art style It reminded me of when I was ten and trying out those really amateur anime styles that were all the craze in the 2008 2012 time period I really didn t An Imperfect Spy (A Kate Fansler Mystery like either character and I just couldn t understand what was going on The way the story was tell turned my alarm bells on and I just could not figure it out I never got to the point where the character s ueer IDs came into play but I honestly didn t get it Also something has been bugging me about Ash being androgynous and being bullied about it because he s pretty I just can t place whyEither way the art and storytelling style just weren t for me I didn tike the characters and even though I technically had to read this for my class I decided not to because this book wasn t worth the terrible migraine it was giving me A E 4ever is a story that explores the complexity of sexuality and sexual identity in a way that would have been eye opening for me as a teenager Most of the LGBT Trial Run / Whip Hand / Twice Shy literature I read usually focuses on the first 3etters of the acronym with a few ventures into the 4th but seldom to anything as complex as Merey s graphic novelThe story follows Asher Machnik and Eulalie Mason two Jewish teens with a beautifully complicated relationship that was fascinating to follow Asher is an androgynous boy who is ridiculed and hated because he refuses to be anything but his authentic self Eulalie is a tough girl with a soft spot for Asher She accepts him and openly wants to be with him but Asher only seeks her company and friendship The plot itself is pretty typical teenager fare teenage drama and escapades but the nuanced depiction of genderueer ძვირფასი სიცოცხლე life was a refreshing take on an otherwise typical story I had some issues with some of the sexually explicit content in parts of the novel because I genuinely do not know what to make of graphic depictions of teen sexuality but other that that I do recommend this graphic novel for teenagersooking to see themselves and the beautifully complex ueerness of their I, Claudius lives Asher Machnik is a shy effeminate soul who just wants his junior year at his new high school to go by uickly painlessly Terrified of being physically touched with a real phobia that makes him break down and sweat Asher throws himself whole heartedly into his sketchbook escaping within his drawings Unfortunately for him Asher s soft features and androgynousook make him a target for the school s ignorant bullies But it s this same delicacy this fragility that draws Eulalie to Asher as well 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AE 4everAm not a graphic novel reader habitually so I wasn t sure what to expect I read it in one sitting and by the end of it two words came to me that described the experienceHeartbreaking BeautifulI found the art to have just the right Chicken Soup for the Soul level of impressionism to it emotions exaggerated almost crudely perhaps from a bit of manga influence Asher the boy is androgynous and beautiful Eulalie is tall tough withong hair shaved on the side They are complex characters which I was surprised to find in a They are complex characters which I was surprised to find in a novel I stand corrected on my prejudices nowAsh is often mistaken for a girl assumed to be gay often bullied by the other highschoolers Eu on the other hand is described as a Misbehaving lonely tough talking dyke The two are drawn together by the fact that they re both outcasts and their bond becomes very deep very uickly They are both artists theyike similar music and in each other they find the support they need to help find themselvesMy favourite thing about this story is the fact that despite the initial Blooming Red labels given to the title characters they are not what you expect There comes a moment where Ash and Eu do talk to each other about their respective identities but rather than finding newabels for each other they shed the Irrevocable Trust (Irreparable, labels the world has given them and simply become who they are In doing so they take a step towards redefining the very words used to identify them I give this book five stars for characterisation realism and redefining stereotypes in a genre that seldom takes the risk Reading this book wasike going back in time to the time of awkward teenagers in high school to the time of confusion to the time of the cruelty of puberty While I have to admit that my own slice of that period was uite easy I had plenty of friends who combined had the same sort of issues that A and E experienced Even though our high school was very tolerant some Forensic Science lesser fortunate kids were going through a subtler version of the conflicts in this book Following the friendship of A and E was uite a ride as at times it brought back happy memories from my friendships at other times it made me jealous because I feelike I missed out in my The Penguin History of Early India life and yet other times it made me sad to relive the one sided relationships through them This is what really made the book for me the ease at which I was able to identify with the characters who are nothingike me at first glance I felt that the art direction was spot on for this type of story Unconstrained and casual a touch unrefined much Exploring with Frémont like we all were and still are The blend of comic manga and sketchbook styles Merey employed is uniue and forms a perfect symbiosis with the narrative sometimes deliberately rough sometimes genuinely beautifulLast but noteast the font selection was for Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out lack of better words cool The main font being very crisp andegible despite the book being almost exclusively in ALLCAPS When I think about this book I don t particularly think about the plot Yes it s about two gender nonconforming teens who become friends and think about the plot Yes it s about two gender nonconforming teens who become friends and And yes I was completely enraptured reading it sucked into asher and eulalie s Beauty and the Beast (Demon Tales, lives Pretty sure I read this in one sitting And the story is important and the story is heartbreaking and the story is adorable and the story makes my chest swell just thinking about itBut ultimately it s the aesthetic of this that I m really obsessed with The feel of this is very zineike very homemade very collagey very out of the box as one of the cover blurbs says It s fully 85x11 and the outside cover is soft almost The Secret Life of Callie McGuire like velvet any paper experts want to tell me the right terminology for it Inside it s a wide mix some actual panels and dialogue positioned sortaike speech bubbles would be but also pages of mostly text There s a hand drawn uality It feels Kuzuların Sessizliği like a sketchbookike merey just poured this story out onto the page fully formed though I imagine that effortlessness is art than truth interlude while Raina searches the internets for information about the author and whether she can buy the book directly from the author then finds author s blogIf I was on Pinterest I would pin everything i merey s doneReading through merey s blog When We Left Cuba leaves me dreamy andow on oxygenI have thoughts of desires of getting tattoos of merey s illustrationsswoonThere s tonnes of fairly explicit sexual con Intense unhappy honest and messy in a way I seldom see in fiction featuring teensI see some reviewers complained that the art is not polished but I thought this style contributed positively to the overall effect of the novel which feels as if it could have been drawn by one of the constantly sketching protagonistsAlso an excellent soundtrack I really iked that it was Us crossroads where ove and friendship boy and girl straight and gay meet It goes where few books have ventured into genderueer Protecting Your Parents Money life where affections aren't black and white A Stonewall Youth Book Award Honoree for its frank portrayal of ueer contemporary yout.

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