Heartstopper #4: A Graphic Novel: Volume 4
The fourth volume in the wonderfully sweet Heartstopper series, featuring gorgeous two-color artwork.
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Charlie and Nick's relationship has been going really well, and Charlie thinks he's ready to say those three little words: I love you.
Nick feels the same way, but he's got a lot on his mind -- especially the thought of coming out to his dad and the fact that Charlie might have an eating disorder.
As a new school year begins, Charlie and Nick will have to learn what love really means.
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Praise for the Heartstopper series:
Absolutely delightful. Sweet, romantic, kind. Beautifully paced. I loved this book. -- Rainbow Rowell, author of Carry On
You'll smile watching Charlie and Nick open up to one another, and sigh as they tiptoe into romance... falling in love doesn't get more charming than this. -- Ngozi Ukazu, New York Times bestselling author of Check, Please!
* Nick and Charlie's lighthearted and tender romance is delightful, and the genuine heart present in the characters makes for a wholesome and uplifting ride... Incredibly lovable from start to finish. -- Kirkus Reviews, starred review
Realistic yet uplifting, this tale of self-discovery will make readers' hearts skip a beat. -- School Library Journal
The romance and realistic fiction will draw readers in to this sweet story. -- Booklist
Will win readers with its sweet romance, its queer-friendly storyline, and its light-touch relationship drama... This graphic novel lives up to its heart-stopper title. -- The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
A warm, comfortable story of fledgling love. -- Publishers Weekly
The storytelling moves effortlessly from tearful poignance to laugh-worthy moments to stirring romance. -- The Bulletin of the Center for Children's Books
Not only does Oseman imbue Charlie and Nick with plenty of charm and vulnerability, she also treats them (and their interior worlds) with a level of understanding and care that elevates the story, blending the genres of teen romance and coming-of-age in a highly moving manner. The resulting product is an understated exploration of love and self, full of quiet joy. -- The AV Club
A must-read for fans of slice-of-life high-school manga like Nio Nakatani's Bloom into You. -- Booklist