Kiss Number 8 MOBI æ Kiss Number PDF/EPUB ²

Kiss Number 8 MOBI æ Kiss Number  PDF/EPUB ² Amanda can t figure out what s so exciting about kissing It s just a lot of teeth clanking, germ swapping, closing of eyes so you can t see that godzilla sized zit just inches from your own hormonal monstrosity All of her seven kisses had been horrible in different ways, but nothing compared to the awfulness that followed Kiss Number Eight An exploration of sexuality, family, and faith, Kiss Number Eight is a coming of age tale filled with humor and hope

10 thoughts on “Kiss Number 8

  1. emma emma says:

    Who on earth told this 300 page YA graphic novel that it had to have acomplicated story than most 700 page high fantasy epics This did the absolute most for NO reason.I mean Some spoilers, but It s the story of Amanda, a girl who has kissed seven boys before realizing that she may want to kiss girls, and specifically wants to kiss her female best friend, who is lowkey homophobic, and

  2. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    I should have known from the very beginning that this would be a VERY dramatic book, not a romantic comedy like I expected Rom com, really That could not be farther from reality After all, the cover itself is overly dramatic Mads s friend is whispering who knows what in her ear while she is blushing and holding a CROSS But I had to give it a chance because it s a GRAPHIC NOVEL and it has

  3. laurel [suspected bibliophile] laurel [suspected bibliophile] says:

    Trigger Warning Homophobia, Transphobia, the f wordMads parents are strained, and what s worse, she thinks her dad is cheating on her mother with another woman And her dad won t tell her anything about it But Mads keeps her thoughts away hanging out with her best friend Cat, and kissing boys Even if the kissing isgross Where s the appeal Then everything starts to unravel.And everything starts

  4. Calista Calista says:

    It took me some time, but I got into this book I love how they are telling the story through who she is kissing Kiss number 8 is a game changer for our protagonist Mads She never finds a reason to stay with boys, but she realizes that her best friend might bethan Mads thought Her friend is Cat, a wild and boy crazy girl Kiss 8 was not with Cat, but it was a girl and she finds out that it feels righ

  5. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    This is not a light, fun kissing book It s a story about family secrets I didn t like how coy it was about the religious roots of the characters bigotry And it was odd how dated the first half of the book felt compared to the progressiveness of the ending There was a strange disconnect there.

  6. David Schaafsma David Schaafsma says:

    I really liked this National Book award nominee a lot The art is lively and the dialogue is even livelier Amanda Mads is a student at a small Catholic high school and she is part of a devout Catholic family The book is attractively framed by a series of head shots of the seven boys and one girl she had at that point kissed which reminded me of Mari Naomi s Kiss and Tell A Romantic Resume, Ages 0 to 22 The ei

  7. mindful.librarian ☀️ mindful.librarian ☀️ says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I had to really ponder this review bc I had such high hopes that I had to grapple with the difference between what I wanted it to be and what it actually is.As a school librarian, here s what disappointed me and made me decide not to add it to my collection the setting of the book in 2004 was only put out there in the very first panel

  8. Macklin R Macklin R says:

    This is a really hard story to read in places Many of the characters are blatantly transphobic and homophobic, but that doesn t mean that this work is Kiss Number 8 is an important coming out story in 2019 These days, we get stories where everything is Dramatic and Bad OR where everyone important to the character just accepts their new identity immediately There s definitely a place for both of these kinds of stories,

  9. Rod Brown Rod Brown says:

    I found myself totally engaged with this family drama despite its fairly slow pace and a possibly triggering amount of view spoiler transphobia and homophobia hide spoiler I didn t feel nearly done with these characters by the end, and I d love to see the last dozen pages expanded to another 300 page graphic novel I found myself totally engaged with this family drama despite its fairly slow pace and a possibly triggering a

  10. Erica Erica says:

    2 stars for the story, additional star for the artwork.You may have seen other reviews saying the cover art does not match the interior story This is true.You may have seen other reviews saying there are a lot of plotlines in this book and none of them are really given full service, especially the tale of a transman, and the end result is chaotic Also true.You may have seen other reviews saying this takes place in 2004 which ma

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