It’s one of those stories you end up really feeling with and cheering for the characters – and not just for them to get their heads out of their asses for fucks sake!
I wasn’t sure if I should buy this book, because it’s so short and rather pricey considering its length.
I had to stop reading at times and simply breathe, because I was moved to tears.
So let me simply tell you, that there is a very pressing social issue in it. Maybe even more than one – it depends on how define those issues.
But it’s not only pain you’ll be feeling. There’ll be rage at society in general, hopelessness, sadness, and happiness as well.
Seriously, just read it. You get healthy relationships, slow building, cute romance,…
But you probably want to know why and I’m willing – so very, very willing – to explain why. Although I’ll rather fangirl about it than explain…
There was no female hating in Outsider. Do you know how refreshing this is? I need more books like this.
Here’s the thing why I love this book (I couldn’t help myself, bear with me):
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.