Juliet Takes A BreatheBook - 2016 | First edition.
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JessicaGma Nov 26, 2019
It's a really interesting take on meeting your heroes, and Juliet is a great character to follow as she learns more about the wider world and how people can let you down, but also how much she herself has to offer as well. She's such a strong queer voice, and it was a delight to follow her journey.
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Juliet Palante has just come home to the Bronx from her first year at college, and she is trying to figure out how to come out to her Puerto Rican family before she moves across the country for a summer internship. She will be spending the summer in Portland working for Harlowe Brisbane, author of Raging Flower, the book that sparked Juliet’s feminist awakening. But when she arrives in Portland, Juliet quickly feels out of her depth. Her girlfriend Lainie isn’t returning her calls, Harlowe doesn’t seem to have a clear plan for her internship, and everything is unfamiliar. The longer she is in Portland, the less sure Juliet is about Harlowe’s brand of feminism. But the summer nevertheless introduces her to people and experiences that will open her mind in ways she never expected.
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