Laura Dean, the most popular girl in high school, was Frederica Riley's dream girl: charming, confident, and SO cute. There's just one problem: Laura Dean is maybe not the greatest girlfriend.Reeling from her latest break up, Freddy's best friend, Doodle, introduces her to the Seek-Her, a mysterious medium, who leaves Freddy some cryptic parting words: break up with her. But Laura Dean keeps coming back, and as their relationship spirals further ...
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- someone want to tell me why the last chapter of this made me cry on my bed at 10:00 p.m.? asking for a friendreview to come!!I constantly need these discussions of toxic relationships between sapphics in graphic novel form, also thank you for my life @ this cover designer
- First read for ContemporaryAThon down! Okay, so this was super cute and super inclusive, but also a little all over the place??
- yes yes yes!!!! explorations of toxic relationships in a queer setting along with figuring out how to stand up for yourself and be a good friend and a good person along the way. also the art is so warm it feels like you’re looking at friends. i just really really enjoyed this. super well done.
- I received an early copy of this graphic novel at Yallfest 2018Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up With Me is a story of realizing that sometimes leaving a toxic relationship is hard, and we must not leave our friends when they ask for help.Freddy is a teenager in love, living in world where no one judges her for her sexuality. This is not a coming out story nor a story about defeating the odds. This is a self-love story and realizing our worth and the ...
- This is one hell of a book. It’s brutal and honest, and I found it really hard to get through in the same way that it’s sometimes hard to face the truth. And boy, does this face the truth. 5 ⭐ This is one hell of a book. It’s brutal and honest, and I found it really hard to get through in the same way that it’s sometimes hard to face the truth. And boy, does this face the truth. 5 ⭐️
- There's a lot to like here and gods know we need more stories with queer POC protagonists and we just need more queer stories for teens that aren't coming out stories. Tamaki perfectly captures the angst and confusion and self-centered-ness and bad decisions of the high school years. On the other hand, she introduces some intriguing story nuggets that I would have loved to have seen explored more deeply, like what is going on with Freddy's parent...
- 4.5 stars
- I LOVED THIS. I really loved the art style and how the story was told!
- I had the great opportunity of being given first dibs to read this book in my school QSA club. Not only is it a beautifully drawn graphic novel that I couldn't put down, but it also has prominent issues in the LGBTQ+ community woven into the storyline making the book informative and adorable. A powerful story of an LGBTQ+ woman overcoming an emotionally abusive relationship. I highly recommend this book to anyone! Quick and amazing read.
- "Of course, I know there are LGBTQIA activists who fought for centuries for me to have the right to fuck up like this.I'm aware that I should be grateful that I have the ability to get broken up with and publicly humiliated the same as my hetero friends.I am progress."
- Beautiful art, great story. Another winner from Marino Tamaki!
- High school romance told in graphic novel format.
- See my review on my blog: https://apaperforest.wordpress.com/20...
- The cover is SO. GOOD. The pink accents? YES GIMME IT. The art throughout really is so pretty. But the plot just... wasn't there for me. Believe me, I'm sad about it. This happened to me with This One Summer, too. Everyone raves about it, I was sure I would love it, but it just felt very meh to me. So, basically if you love Mariko Tamaki (like so many do) you will probably adore this. And if you didn't like This One Summer, you maybe won't love t...