By J. H. Trumble
Robert Westfall's existence is falling apart--everywhere yet in math class.
That's the single position the place difficulties regularly have an answer. yet in the
world past highschool, his father is terminally ailing, his mom is
squabbling together with his interfering aunts, his boyfriend is unsupportive,
and the occupation direction that's been deliberate for him feels much less appealing
by the day.
Robert's math instructor, Andrew McNelis, watches his most sensible student
floundering, involved yet cautious of crossing the road between
professional and private. steadily, Andrew turns into Robert's friend,
then his confidante. because the 12 months progresses, their relationship-in
school and out of it-deepens and alterations. And as tough as he attempts to
resist, Andrew is aware that he and Robert are edging into territory that
holds incalculable hazards for either one of them.
J.H. Trumble, writer of the acclaimed Don't allow Me Go, explores a
controversial topic with striking sensitivity and grace,
creating a deeply human and sincere tale of affection, longing, and
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