Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel by Sara Farizan

Tell Me Again How a Crush Should Feel

By Sara Farizan

  • Publication Date: 2014-10-07
  • Genre: Coming of Age
4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 14 Ratings)

Book Summary

“Both personal and universal, this is a compelling story about high school, family and owning up to who you really are. Farizan is just the voice YA needs right now. Trust me, you'll be glad you listened.” --Sarah Dessen

High-school junior Leila has made it most of the way through Armstead Academy without having a crush on anyone, which is something of a relief. Her Persian heritage already makes her different from her classmates; if word got out that she liked girls, life would be twice as hard. But when a sophisticated, beautiful new girl, Saskia, shows up, Leila starts to take risks she never thought she would, especially when it looks as if the attraction between them is mutual. Struggling to sort out her growing feelings and Saskia’s confusing signals, Leila confides in her old friend, Lisa, and grows closer to her fellow drama tech-crew members, especially Tomas, whose comments about his own sexuality are frank, funny, wise, and sometimes painful. Gradually, Leila begins to see that almost all her classmates are more complicated than they first appear to be, and many are keeping fascinating secrets of their own.

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Latest Reviews

  • realistic, powerful, and sweet

    5
    By bi the way
    Reading about Leila's experience and coming out story was truly powerful. Mostly because coming out when your family is from a conservative background in which religion is a big part of their previous country can be scary and sometimes traumatizing. It's so nice to read a story in which these worries and possible outcomes realistically are brought up by the protagonist. I love a story where our hero/teen/etc can overcome these fears and work their way around them. Personally, I identify with Leila extensively from her easy connection to her teacher, to her doubts, and to her relationship with her parents. Without actually spoiling it, I just want to say this book brought me laughter and tears. However, the emotions I experienced because of it made it worth it.

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