Since Stewart and his father moved in with Caroline and her daughter Ashley, much has changed in Stewart’s life. Ashley is the only one who can’t put up with the new inmates. Up to now, she has successfully avoided talking about her father’s homosexuality and his new boyfriend, but Stewart’s presence in her house can’t be kept secret. He not only attends the same school, he even attends the same class as he was allowed to skip a grade.
But, against expectations, it is Stewart who draws gorgegous Jared’s attention to Ashley. Thus, he can escape Jared’s bullying and Ashley is on cloud nine at least as long as Jared reveals his true intentions at a New Year’s Eve Party. The only one of all people who can help Ashley now is Stewart. But both are surprised by the consequences.
This book is suitable for readers over 12 years old.
Susin Nielsen is a published Canadian author of children’s books and young adult books. Some of the published credits of Susin Nielsen include Word Nerd, Degrassi Junior High: Wheels, Degrassi Junior High: Melanie, and Snake (Degrassi Junior High). She received a Governor General’s Award and the 2013 Canadian Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award for her young adult novel The Reluctant Journal of Henry K. Larsen, which deals with the aftermath of a school Shooting. We Are All Made of Molecules was shortlisted for the Governor General’s Award. Susin lives in Vancouver, Canada, with her Family.