The GSA Club
by L. Strait-Bodey
Sometimes the hardest thing to accept, is yourself. No one understood how Amber and Riki became best friends. Amber was labeled an emo because of her black clothes and disdain for the human race. She learned at an early age that it never paid to care about anyone else. Riki just wanted to be a normal girl, with a normal life. Ever since the day she was born, they told her she was a boy. No one understood that she'd always been a girl, and if she couldn't live as one, she'd rather not live at all. They never had a reason to join the school's Gay-Straight Alliance, until the unthinkable happened. Now it might be the only way they could fight against a town filled with hate and intolerance. It wouldn't be easy, but nothing worth doing ever is. “The author has a unique voice. She's able to grab the reader's attention and hold them captive.” -
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