You Know Me Well by Nina LaCour

You Know Me Well

Who knows you well? Your best friend? Your boyfriend or girlfriend? A stranger you meet on a crazy night? No one, really?Mark and Kate have sat next to each other for an entire year, but have never spoken. For whatever reason, their paths outside of class have never crossed.That is, until Kate spots Mark miles away from home, out in the city for a wild, unexpected night. Kate is lost, having just run away from a chance to finally meet the girl sh...

Details You Know Me Well

TitleYou Know Me Well
Release DateJun 7th, 2016
PublisherSt. Martin's Griffin
GenreYoung Adult, Lgbt, Contemporary, Romance

Reviews You Know Me Well

  • Lola
    I guess Katie and I have formed our own rainbow alliance. It feels like she’s something I’ve always wanted but didn’t know I wanted until I got it: a partner in crime. I don’t want to write a single word. I will, but it pains me to. You see, I thought David Levithan and I had this connection. We used to bond fairly well and just… understand one another. He amazed me.Now I’m not so sure anymore. I don’t know Nina LaCour—haven’t...
  • Raeleen Lemay
    Book #6 for the #BookTubeAThon done!This book was a fun, quick read, but was way too unrealistic for me to properly love it.
  • ✨ jamieson ✨
    “I'm ready to love myself, but I'm not ready to lose you. I'm ready to find myself, but I'm not ready for you to know what I find” This book had the most iconic mlm/wlw solidarity and I am HERE FOR IT. To be honest, this was the exact kind of queer book I needed and I didn't even realise that until I read it. I loved the friendship between Mark and Kate, a lesbian and gay character and just how this whole book played out. I read it pretty mu...
  • Kai
    "I'm ready to lose myself,but I'm not ready to lose you.I'm ready to find myself,But I'm not ready for you to know what I find."This was my first book by Nina LaCour and my fifth by David Levithan (and compared to the other 4 books I've read I liked this one best).You Know Me Well is one of those books that you can easily read in one sitting. It has a great pace, relatable characters and never once gets boring. It's also incredibly romantic.I hav...
  • Claudia Ramírez
    It was okay. I listened to this in audiobook :)
  • Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd)
    *2.5/5I'm so sad to be writing that I gave this book 2.5 stars. This was my most anticipated release of 2016, by two authors I adore. It is #ownvoices and stuffed to the brim with queer characters and it should have been perfect for me. But it wasn't.Stuff I loved: -How Pride was written. Every scene that was more focused on Pride than the characters themselves was well done and fun to read. -The attention to queer spaces as safe spaces, and the ...
  • Lala BooksandLala
    This was good, just not shout-it-from-the-rooftops good.
  • Aj the Ravenous Reader
    I’m afraid to say but this book has finally made me realize that Mr. David Levithan and I should officially call it quits. Like I said, his writing is always thoughtful and beautiful but there’s just always something in his stories that makes a premise with great potential become quite too unrealistic. I don’t know how much of the story is on Ms. Nina La Cour but I’m still giving her a chance with Hold Still. I’m not discouraging people...
  • Kelly (and the Book Boar)
    Find all of my reviews at: Is this the beginning of the end? Am I officially getting too old for this shit???? Say it ain’t so!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I refuse to believe that could be the case. Instead I’m going to blame the “meh” factor on (1) I’m in a horrible book slump and not really loving much of anything; (2) NetGalley is all-knowing and I should listen to them when they deny me a request instead of i...