I have read Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda/Love, Simon by Becky Albertalli last year right before the movie. And guess what? I love that one! I managed to read it in one day, which doesn't happen very often to me. Lately I was going through what books are popular now. And Leah on the Offbeat jumped right on the main page of a book store where I buy books. So I thought why wouldn't I give it a shot, right?

Let me tell you honestly that it wasn't that great as Love, Simon. Or maybe it's because it was kind of similar what made me not love it as much. But still I think it's a pretty story that you can read to relax and again look a bit closer on LGBT community.

It's basically sequel to the previous book, which means you'll hear more about Simon Spier, Nick, Abby and MAINLY Leah (who used to have a crush on Simon). She herself is bi and the only person knowing it is her mom. Which is ironic, cause Simon himself exposed him just a while before she did. The story is about graduation, saying goodbye to old friends, looking forward to new adventures at uni and also about love. Leah feels like her world is dramatically changing and she is not sure if she should tell that one person that she loves them. But I don't wanna spoil anything for you. And even though it's not my ride or die kind of book, I still suggest you to read it. It's still a pretty cool story.