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Can friendship, Star Trek, drama club, and a whole lot of coffee get two nerdy best friends through the beginning of their senior year of high school?

Meg and Linus are best friends bound by a shared love of school, a coffee obsession, and being queer. It’s not always easy to be the nerdy lesbian or gay kid in a suburban town. But they have each other. And a few Star Trek boxed sets. They're pretty happy.

But then Sophia, Meg’s longtime girlfriend, breaks up with Meg. Linus starts tutoring the totally dreamy new kid, Danny—and Meg thinks setting them up is the perfect project to distract herself from her own heartbreak. But Linus isn’t so sure Danny even likes guys, and maybe Sophia isn't quite as out of the picture as Meg thought she was. . . .

From crowdsourced young adult imprint Swoon Reads comes Meg & Linus by Hanna Nowinski, a fun friendship story about two quirky teens who must learn to get out of their comfort zones and take risks—even if that means joining the drama club, making new friends, and learning how to stand on your own.

Praise for Meg and Linus, from the Swoon Reads community:

"I also love that friendship takes center stage in this story. . . . I didn't want the story to end! Such a beautiful story." —Rita, reader on SwoonReads.com

"I liked that both characters are queer, and while it is a part of the story, it's not the story itself. . . . It's delightfully refreshing." —Tammy Wanzer, reader on SwoonReads.com

"What made this unique was the strong friendship between the two narrators (who were not romantically interested in each other), and how that friendship influenced their romances with their partners. It was also refreshing to have LGBT representation that was beyond stereotypes." —Julia Durrant, reader on SwoonReads.com

"This book is a really lovely story about young love and being true to yourself despite the pressures to conform." —Jill Watkins, reader on SwoonReads.com

"Get ready to fall in love with two oddball nerdy best friends. . . . This adorable, warm hearted contemporary YA is tremendously funny, and full of some seriously swoony moments. . . . The world needs more diverse love stories, whether that be long time girlfriends working through some issues, first crushes or friendships." —Charlie, reader on SwoonReads.com

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"Meg and Linus," from the Swoon Reads community:
"I also love that friendship takes center stage in this story. And a true friendship with people who are learning who they are, but are good to each other. . . . I didn't want the story to end! Such a beautiful story." Rita

"I liked that both characters are queer, and while it is a part of the story, it's not the story itself. . . . It's delightfully refreshing." Tammy Wanzer

"What made this unique was the strong friendship between the two narrators (who were not romantically interested in each other), and how that friendship influenced their romances with their partners. It was also refreshing to have LGBT representation that was beyond stereotypes." Julia Durrant

"This book is a really lovely story about young love and being true to yourself despite the pressures to conform. I fell in love with the character Linus, he is someone you would just love to be friends with, and watching him struggle to understand that he can be desired as a friend and as a romantic interest was a delight." Jill Watkins

"Get ready to fall in love with two oddball nerdy best friends. . . . This adorable, warm hearted contemporary YA is tremendously funny, and full of some seriously swoony moments. . . . The world needs more diverse love stories, whether that be long time girlfriends working through some issues, first crushes or friendships. I really loved this story and hope everyone will get a chance to read it!" Charlie"

Praise for "Meg and Linus" from the Swoon Reads community:
"I also love that friendship takes center stage in this story. And a true friendship with people who are learning who they are, but are good to each other. . . . I didn't want the story to end! Such a beautiful story." Rita, reader on SwoonReads.com

"I liked that both characters are queer, and while it is a part of the story, it's not the story itself. . . . It's delightfully refreshing." Tammy Wanzer, reader on SwoonReads.com

"What made this unique was the strong friendship between the two narrators (who were not romantically interested in each other), and how that friendship influenced their romances with their partners. It was also refreshing to have LGBT representation that was beyond stereotypes." Julia Durrant, reader on SwoonReads.com

"This book is a really lovely story about young love and being true to yourself despite the pressures to conform. I fell in love with the character Linus, he is someone you would just love to be friends with, and watching him struggle to understand that he can be desired as a friend and as a romantic interest was a delight." Jill Watkins, reader on SwoonReads.com

"Get ready to fall in love with two oddball nerdy best friends. . . . This adorable, warm hearted contemporary YA is tremendously funny, and full of some seriously swoony moments. . . . The world needs more diverse love stories, whether that be long time girlfriends working through some issues, first crushes or friendships. I really loved this story and hope everyone will get a chance to read it!" Charlie, reader on SwoonReads.com"

Praise for Meg and Linus from the Swoon Reads community:
"I also love that friendship takes center stage in this story. And a true friendship with people who are learning who they are, but are good to each other. . . . I didn't want the story to end! Such a beautiful story." Rita, reader on SwoonReads.com

"I liked that both characters are queer, and while it is a part of the story, it's not the story itself. . . . It's delightfully refreshing." Tammy Wanzer, reader on SwoonReads.com

"What made this unique was the strong friendship between the two narrators (who were not romantically interested in each other), and how that friendship influenced their romances with their partners. It was also refreshing to have LGBT representation that was beyond stereotypes." Julia Durrant, reader on SwoonReads.com

"This book is a really lovely story about young love and being true to yourself despite the pressures to conform. I fell in love with the character Linus, he is someone you would just love to be friends with, and watching him struggle to understand that he can be desired as a friend and as a romantic interest was a delight." Jill Watkins, reader on SwoonReads.com

"Get ready to fall in love with two oddball nerdy best friends. . . . This adorable, warm hearted contemporary YA is tremendously funny, and full of some seriously swoony moments. . . . The world needs more diverse love stories, whether that be long time girlfriends working through some issues, first crushes or friendships. I really loved this story and hope everyone will get a chance to read it!" Charlie, reader on SwoonReads.com

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Praise for Meg and Linus from the Swoon Reads community:
"I also love that friendship takes center stage in this story. And a true friendship with people who are learning who they are, but are good to each other. . . . I didn't want the story to end! Such a beautiful story." --Rita, reader on SwoonReads.com

"I liked that both characters are queer, and while it is a part of the story, it's not the story itself. . . . It's delightfully refreshing." --Tammy Wanzer, reader on SwoonReads.com

"What made this unique was the strong friendship between the two narrators (who were not romantically interested in each other), and how that friendship influenced their romances with their partners. It was also refreshing to have LGBT representation that was beyond stereotypes." --Julia Durrant, reader on SwoonReads.com

"This book is a really lovely story about young love and being true to yourself despite the pressures to conform. I fell in love with the character Linus, he is someone you would just love to be friends with, and watching him struggle to understand that he can be desired as a friend and as a romantic interest was a delight." --Jill Watkins, reader on SwoonReads.com

"Get ready to fall in love with two oddball nerdy best friends. . . . This adorable, warm hearted contemporary YA is tremendously funny, and full of some seriously swoony moments. . . . The world needs more diverse love stories, whether that be long time girlfriends working through some issues, first crushes or friendships. I really loved this story and hope everyone will get a chance to read it!" --Charlie, reader on SwoonReads.com



Praise for Meg and Linus, from the Swoon Reads community:

-I also love that friendship takes center stage in this story. . . . I didn't want the story to end! Such a beautiful story.- --Rita, reader on SwoonReads.com

-I liked that both characters are queer, and while it is a part of the story, it's not the story itself. . . . It's delightfully refreshing.- --Tammy Wanzer, reader on SwoonReads.com

-What made this unique was the strong friendship between the two narrators (who were not romantically interested in each other), and how that friendship influenced their romances with their partners. It was also refreshing to have LGBT representation that was beyond stereotypes.- --Julia Durrant, reader on SwoonReads.com

-This book is a really lovely story about young love and being true to yourself despite the pressures to conform.- --Jill Watkins, reader on SwoonReads.com

-Get ready to fall in love with two oddball nerdy best friends. . . . This adorable, warm hearted contemporary YA is tremendously funny, and full of some seriously swoony moments. . . . The world needs more diverse love stories, whether that be long time girlfriends working through some issues, first crushes or friendships.- --Charlie, reader on SwoonReads.com



Praise for Meg & Linus

"Told in short chapters with alternating points of view, Meg & Linus is a story of friendship, stable families, and sweet romance. The fact that the protagonist and supporting characters are gay is a nonissue, which makes this a refreshing read." --VOYA

Praise for Meg & Linus, from the Swoon Reads community:

"I also love that friendship takes center stage in this story. . . . I didn't want the story to end! Such a beautiful story." --Rita, reader on SwoonReads.com

"I liked that both characters are queer, and while it is a part of the story, it's not the story itself. . . . It's delightfully refreshing." --Tammy Wanzer, reader on SwoonReads.com

"What made this unique was the strong friendship between the two narrators (who were not romantically interested in each other), and how that friendship influenced their romances with their partners. It was also refreshing to have LGBT representation that was beyond stereotypes." --Julia Durrant, reader on SwoonReads.com

"This book is a really lovely story about young love and being true to yourself despite the pressures to conform." --Jill Watkins, reader on SwoonReads.com

"Get ready to fall in love with two oddball nerdy best friends. . . . This adorable, warm hearted contemporary YA is tremendously funny, and full of some seriously swoony moments. . . . The world needs more diverse love stories, whether that be long time girlfriends working through some issues, first crushes or friendships." --Charlie, reader on SwoonReads.com



Praise for Meg & Linus

"Friendship . . . is the crux of the story and it's what will stay with you long after the book is done. Meg & Linus is ultimately a lighthearted, low angst look at holding onto friends and growing up. . . . It's exactly the sort of relevant and positive portrayal that is needed." --Teen Vogue

"Told in short chapters with alternating points of view, Meg & Linus is a story of friendship, stable families, and sweet romance. The fact that the protagonist and supporting characters are gay is a nonissue, which makes this a refreshing read." --VOYA

"Meg and Linus's romantic lives take center stage, but first-time author Nowinski also addresses the difficulty of being queer in a small town, where pursuing a relationship requires confidence, and can involve a fear of outing or offending--all of which comes into play as Meg reflects on her past and Linus considers the possibility of a future with Danny." --Publishers Weekly

"Readers experience [Meg's] pain and Linus' uncertainties as the story moves back and forth between their respective perspectives. . . . this is one of the rare LGBTQ books to feature both a gay boy and a lesbian who are friends." --Booklist

Praise for Meg & Linus, from the Swoon Reads community:

"I also love that friendship takes center stage in this story. . . . I didn't want the story to end! Such a beautiful story." --Rita, reader on SwoonReads.com

"I liked that both characters are queer, and while it is a part of the story, it's not the story itself. . . . It's delightfully refreshing." --Tammy Wanzer, reader on SwoonReads.com

"What made this unique was the strong friendship between the two narrators (who were not romantically interested in each other), and how that friendship influenced their romances with their partners. It was also refreshing to have LGBT representation that was beyond stereotypes." --Julia Durrant, reader on SwoonReads.com

"This book is a really lovely story about young love and being true to yourself despite the pressures to conform." --Jill Watkins, reader on SwoonReads.com

"Get ready to fall in love with two oddball nerdy best friends. . . . This adorable, warm hearted contemporary YA is tremendously funny, and full of some seriously swoony moments. . . . The world needs more diverse love stories, whether that be long time girlfriends working through some issues, first crushes or friendships." --Charlie, reader on SwoonReads.com


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  • フォーマット: Kindle版
  • ファイルサイズ: 5169 KB
  • 紙の本の長さ: 354 ページ
  • ページ番号ソース ISBN: 1250098602
  • 出版社: Swoon Reads (2017/4/18)
  • 販売: Amazon Services International, Inc.
  • 言語: 英語
  • ASIN: B01LZA5DTB
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Adorable 2017/4/18
投稿者 Suze Lavender - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版
Meg and Linus have been best friends from the moment they met. They love studying, Star Trek, cookies, pizza and coffee. Linus is still single, but has met a boy he likes a lot. His name is Danny and he works at a coffee shop. Meg and Sophia have been together since Meg was fifteen years old and Meg dreams about getting married after college. She's shocked when Sophia breaks up with her at the end of the summer. It isn't the start of the school year Meg has envisioned. Sophia is a year ahead of her and already in college and doesn't want to give a long distance relationship a try. Meg is devastated, but is determined to try new things. Together with Linus she joins the drama club. However, she might have another motive than just having fun. She wants Linus to find a boyfriend and Meg is going to help him to get together with Danny. Meg isn't even sure Danny is gay, so is this really a good plan?

Meg and Linus have a precious kind of friendship. They are both kind and caring and they have a lot in common. Because Meg has been dating Sophia for a very long time, Linus is used to hanging out with both of them. When their situations reverse and Linus is hanging out with Danny, while Meg doesn't have anyone special in her life, their friendship is starting to become awkward. Meg has a broken heart and she has no idea how to deal with this and Linus doesn't know how to help her. This is an interesting topic for a story and I couldn't wait to find out where it would lead and read Meg & Linus in one sitting because of it.

Linus is adorable. He's incredibly sweet and a little bit shy. He keeps challenging himself though and I loved how naïve and brave he is at the same time. Danny is just as cute and they are endearing together. Meg is having a tough time and she's lonely, but she doesn't let anyone help her. My heart ached for her and I kept hoping she'd find happiness again. I loved that Meg & Linus is about friendship mostly. Of course love is part of the story, but reading about what it means to be a good friend is the most important aspect of Meg & Linus and it's what I liked best about the book.

Hanna Nowinski's writing flows easily. She alternates between Meg and Linus and I equally liked reading both points of view. Their last year at high school brings plenty of changes and I loved how Hanna Nowinski writes about major and minor things in the same empathic way. Meg & Linus is a lovely story filled with amazing friendship, insecurities, uneasy situations, happiness and change. I really enjoyed reading this wonderful story.
1 人中、1人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
5つ星のうち 3.0 Light and fun, slightly disappointing 2017/4/21
投稿者 Lynda Dickson - Books Direct - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版
Meg and Linus are best friends who initially bonded over their mutual appreciation of Star Trek. They both also happen to be gay. Meg starts her senior year of high school just as her girlfriend Sophia breaks up with her and leaves for college. Meanwhile, Linus fancies Danny, the cute barista at his favorite coffee shop, who later shows up in his history class on the first day of school. When Meg realizes that Linus has a crush on Danny, she decides to set them up. Tutoring and joining the drama club are just part of her plan. Meanwhile, Sophia starts messaging Linus, and he doesn't tell Meg. As the secrets and lies between them mount, so does the tension. As one relationship ends, another is beginning, and these two friends need to learn to cope with the changes it will bring to their friendship.

Alternating chapters tell the story from the points of view of Meg and Linus. The chapters are really short and the constant change in viewpoint is disorienting. Both characters have the same voice, and I often found myself forgetting whose story I was reading. The narration is awkward and repetitive, with too much introspection and self-doubt, and full of unnecessary comments - almost as if they are telling us everything as, and when, it comes into their heads. It's phrased like they are speaking directly to us, which feels a bit odd, especially in the present tense. Both the narration and the dialogue are lacking in contractions, making the writing stilted and unnatural. The author should try reading her work aloud to hear how it sounds. The dialogue also suffers from an extreme overuse of exclamation marks! Nevertheless, there is some really insightful writing throughout.

It's nice to see a bit of ethnic diversity among the characters (Danny is Indian and Sophia is African American), and the gay best friends angle is a nice touch. However, Meg herself is too unlikable for a protagonist. She's extremely naive, talking first about her prospective marriage to Sophia, and then about Linus's marriage to Danny - when they haven't really met and we don't even know if Danny is gay! Meg's behavior and treatment of Linus doesn't correspond to that of a best friend. I found her very annoying and was amused when Meg herself later said, "I’m seriously starting to annoy even myself." She's also always feeling sorry for herself; even she admits it: "And now I’m feeling sorry for myself again." The constant shoulder bumping between all characters also gets a bit tiresome.

What I did love was Meg's relationship with her mother. I also enjoyed the interactions between Linus and Danny. Their first conversation is adorably awkward. And the reactions of Linus's parents are priceless. Meg and Linus learn to take risks and try new things as a prelude to their life after school, and it's nice to see them grow throughout the course of the book. I just wish these so-called best friends would learn to talk to each other a bit more.

A light and fun, if slightly disappointing, read.

I received this book in return for an honest review.
5つ星のうち 4.0 In love with this cover and these characters <3 2017/4/20
投稿者 Annelise Lestrange - (Amazon.com)
形式: Kindle版
This book was really cute and a refresh in YA in terms of thematics. Meg & Linus are two sides of the same coin, with a unique perspective on how not to treat your friends after a break up. It was so nice to read a book focused on friendship rather than romance for a change! Nowinski did a wonderful job with characters construction and plot developing. This book only didn’t make it to the big five stars to me because of two reasons: a) I was as invested in the narrative as I thought I’d be, but I guess that’s because; b) Meg & Linus is my 15th first person narrated book in less than a month. I really am not a fan of the narration choice and I’m really saturated of it at the moment, regardless of the quality of the books. I think it’s a classic ‘It’s not you, it’s me’ situation, oops! >.<
If you like YA, friendship themes books, comical situations, nerds on the watch and LGBT reads, PICK UP THIS ONE!
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