It reminded me a little of Transformed: San Francisco to be honest. You probably shouldn’t read those two without some time in between.
There was no female hating in Outsider. Do you know how refreshing this is? I need more books like this.
Review: Oneman Show: The Life of Bernard Perlin: The Life and Art of Bernard Perlin by Michael Schreiber
But then this biography really starts and I had fun reading it. I liked how it is rather a dialogue then some guy writing about another guy.
There are a lot of socially anxious characters in books, but usually I am very disappointed by those descriptions. Not in this case.
Here’s the thing why I love this book (I couldn’t help myself, bear with me):
Somehow it was too much and not enough at the same time.
May I start with saying how well thought-through this world is?
Grace is supposed to be genderfluid and is not wearing men’s clothes as a disguise. But most of the time it felt exactly that way.
Oh wow. And I’m not meaning the good ‘oh wow’.
It really is that good. I was reading A seditious affair (love the title btw) while taking the bus to and from work. Bad idea.