Freeible Fridays #23

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Hey everyone,

 As you know, I have been trying this new thing for me where I tell you about a book I loved and share a free ebook link to that book if possible.

Why I picked this novel?

It’s my recent read, and it kicking my heart. It’s about Finch, who is a trans guy trying to live your life. It gives you an accurate picture of what transitioning is like. This is how I like to express it when there is any kind of transition, no matter what they might be; it will bring its challenges; the difference is how you face them. It talks about trans issues like bathrooms but always race, relationships and mental health.

First Lines:

“Sorry—we’re the Soviets? You and me?”
“Come on, Finch: When have I ever steered you wrong?”
He’s got a point. In all our years of debating together, Jonah Cabrera has only steered me right. In my bedroom, back home, there’s a bookshelf that groans and sighs and threatens to split under four years of blue ribbons and gold medals. It’s an inanimate testament, that shelf: Listen to Jonah, and you, Finch Kelly, will go far.

Both Sides Now

Goodreads Blurb:

There’s only one thing standing between Finch Kelly and a full-blown case of high school senioritis: the National Speech & Debate Tournament. Taking home the gold would not only be the pinnacle of Finch’s debating career, but the perfect way to launch himself into his next chapter: college in Washington, D.C. and a history-making career as the first trans congressman. What could possibly go wrong?

Well, for starters, Finch could develop a teeny tiny crush on his very attractive, very taken, and very gay debate partner, Jonah. Never mind that Finch has never considered whether he’s interested in more than just girls.

And that dream of college in DC? Finch hasn’t exactly been accepted anywhere yet, let alone received the full-ride scholarship he’ll need to make this dream a reality.

Worst of all, though, is this year’s topic for Nationals: transgender rights. If he wants to cinch the gold, and get into college, Finch might have to argue against his own humanity.

People say there are two sides to every argument. But, as Finch is about to discover, some things–like who you are and who you love–are not up for debate

Goodreads Link Here

Download Link Here


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