NOAH'S SONG REVIEW!!
HEY GUYS, THANKS FOR JOINING ME FOR MY REVIEW OF NOAH'S SONG BY JACLYN OSBORN! THIS REVIEW IS LONG OVERDUE AND THE BOOK IS BRILLIANT! LOOK BELOW FOR MY REVIEW AND THE LINK FOR THIS ONE! LET'S GET TO IT!
BOY DOES THIS QUOTE FIT THIS STORY PERFECTLY! HERE IS WHAT I THINK ABOUT NOAH'S SONG!
by: Jaclyn Osborn
reviewed by: Becky
Noah Derwin knows what it’s like to be different. Being a seventeen-year-old kid in high school with blue hair, piercings, a mostly all black wardrobe, and an obsession with zombies and video games, he doesn’t exactly blend in. But he never wanted to. His two dads raised him to always stay true to himself.
Bastian Hunter prefers structure and predictability. Suffering from a rare disease, every day is a challenge for him, and he prepares for the future by excelling academically and denying who he really is. Everything changes when he meets Noah, the unpredictable variable in the equation he’s built his life around, and feelings he's hid for so long begin to surface.
Being gay in high school isn’t exactly rainbows and butterflies, and Noah has definitely faced his fair share of bullies. Moving to Port Haven, Oregon opens up new possibilities for him, and he starts falling for the quiet, brown-eyed boy from his English class. Too bad the attraction is one-sided… or is it?
I just loved Noah in this book, I think he is what teenagers want to be in this day and age but are scared to be: themselves! It is so hard for teens to just be who they are and damn the consequences, but Noah does and he may just be rewarded for it in this brilliant story!
Noah and his family move and he finds himself at a different high school and having to work out how to be invisible again so he won't get picked on for the way he looks as he refuses to change who he is for anyone. When he meets Bas things start to get real interesting for Noah!
Bas has a rare disease that makes it hard to get through the day without feeling different and less than, but he does it and he hides who he truly is, could Noah be important enough to Bas to change this? Would Noah even want him to?
This is a beautiful story about what is important and what isn't in life. I love these two boys and the insightful journey they go on and you will too! Thanks Jaclyn, for an amazing read I won't soon forget!
the 5 Nacho Cheese Doritos rating!!
OF COURSE I DID THAT RATING IN HONOR OF NOAH, YOU WILL SEE WHY :) HERE IS THE AMAZON LINK FOR NOAH'S SONG, GRAB IT TODAY YOU WILL LOVE IT!
THANKS SO MUCH FOR JOINING ME FOR MY REVIEW OF NOAH'S SONG, I JUST LOVED IT AND YOU WILL TOO! SEE YOU NEXT TIME GUYS!!