Like a Love Story

Abdi Nazemian (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$17.99  $16.55
Publisher
Balzer & Bray/Harperteen
Publish Date
June 04, 2019
Pages
432
Dimensions
5.5 X 8.3 X 1.7 inches | 1.05 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9780062839367

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About the Author

Abdi Nazemian is the author of The Authentics. His novel The Walk-In Closet won the Lambda Literary Award for LGBT Debut Fiction. His screenwriting credits include the films The Artist's Wife, The Quiet, and Menendez: Blood Brothers, as well as the NBC television series The Village. He has been an executive producer and associate producer on numerous films, including Call Me by Your Name, Little Woods, The House of Tomorrow, and Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood. He lives in Los Angeles with his fiancΓ© and two children. Find him online at www.abdaddy.com.

Reviews

Praise for THE AUTHENTICS: "As with the novels of Benjamin Alire Saenz or Randa Abdel-Fattah, Daria's thought-provoking journey will resonate with teen readers of all backgrounds."--Booklist (starred review)
Praise for THE AUTHENTICS: "The ferociously authentic Daria is a memorable protagonist."--Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
Praise for THE AUTHENTICS: "A beautiful and compelling story about identity, race, and family love. A must read in an age where #weneeddiversebooks more than ever."--Melissa de la Cruz, New York Times bestselling author
Praise for THE AUTHENTICS: "A charming and touching examination of everything that makes us who we are."--Adi Alsaid, author of Let's Get Lost and Never Always Sometimes
Praise for THE AUTHENTICS: "Will resonate with readers who have felt like they don't know where they belong or who they want to be, and certainly with the children of immigrants who feel caught between worlds."--Publishers Weekly
Praise for THE AUTHENTICS: "Surprisingly powerful...will appeal to any reader searching for identity and belonging, particularly those whose lives include two different cultures."--Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA)
"Like a Love Story is a fresh and poignant narrative about friends, family, friends who become family, and a society that is not always compassionate to those who need it most. I love this book with my entire heart. What a gift Abdi Nazemian has given us."--Brandy Colbert, author of Stonewall Award winner Little & Lion
"A book for warriors, divas, artists, queens, individuals, activists, trend setters, and anyone searching for the courage to be themselves."--Mackenzi Lee, New York Times bestselling author of The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue
"Nazemian paints a picture of late '80s queer life in New York City that's neither romanticized nor viewed as only tragic.... [His] latest will remind readers that first love is isolating and unifying, exhilarating and terrifying, and every paradox in between."--ALA Booklist (starred review)
"At the height of the 1980s AIDS crisis, three teens grapple with love and friendship.... [A] truly lovely romance to cherish. Deeply moving."--Kirkus Reviews
"Three characters discover their inner truths at a time that sometimes feels apocalyptic for their community and loved ones.... The intense and nuanced emotions evoked by the characters' journeys help to give this powerful novel by Nazemian a timeless relevance."--Publishers Weekly (starred review)
"A gorgeous, heart-wrenching book that explores love, loss, and forgiveness in all of their many forms. Abdi Nazemian deftly shows how we can only move forward by examining and embracing the past, and how anger and injustice can pave the way for a better and more hopeful future."
--Robin Benway, National Book Award-winning author of Far from the Tree
"Like a Love Story brought me right back to the scene of my teen years... and it did so masterfully. This book made me sob, it made me laugh, it broke my heart and put it back together again. I absolutely loved it."--Bill Konigsberg, Award-Winning Author of The Music of What Happens