Funky and brutally honest!

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I absolutely loved the way Juliet talked and sassed her way through life! As she navigates not only her own expression and sexuality, she learns about how other identify and communicate and offend and commiserate! This book is tough at times, because you just want to shake some of the characters. For the most part, Juliet lets quite a lot roll off her back. But when someone she looks up to puts a gigantic racist foot in their mouth, she handles it the only way she knows how - and learns even more about herself as a result! This book is a fascinating look at growth, and expression, and relationships of all kinds. It is irreverent and sometimes crass and I love it for that so much. Tons of people apparently were shocked by the content, but I think that was the point!! The ending was a little cheesy and philosophical, but adorable all the same.