Summary

High school senior Jim Wallace faces the approaching Christmas holidays with a mixture of hope and dread. This could be the week he and his girlfriend Liz finally have sex, putting to rest any lingering doubts Jim has about what kind of guy he really is. But then Pat Baxter, a neighbor, asks him to help out in his bookstore during the holiday rush, and Jim starts making new connections - and rediscovering an old one.
©2017 David Pratt (P)2017 David Pratt
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4 out of 5 stars
By Lulu Miami on 21-11-17

good book about knowing yourself

This is the journey of Jim 18y/o who is dying to be normal and basically straight. He tends to hide in his made up country "Wallaconia". Hiding from the world and himself.
This isn't a romance book, its a self discovery one. I didn't care much for Nate I think he could've found an easier "escape". I thought Pat was awesome.
We spend the length of the book watching him accept who he really is; his sexuality and self-worth.

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