I thoroughly enjoyed Leah on the Offbeat. It was hilarious from beginning to end and a pretty easy read (which I appreciate). It seemed to be a very "unfiltered" account of a bisexual teenager's life and it was nice seeing some LGBTQ+ representation that wasn't either overly sexualized or very stereotypical. It was a shorter read and it seemed (to me at least) that compared to 'Simon and the Homosapien Agenda' it had "less of a plot" - still fun & a great read, but less substantial. 10/10 would recommend to anyone who wants a funny, quick read.

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