Riverdale meets Love, Simon in this modern, fresh YA debut about an unapologetically queer teen working to uncover a blackmailer threatening him back into the closet.
Jack has a lot of sex—and he's not ashamed of it. While he's sometimes ostracized, and gossip constantly rages about his sex life, Jack always believes that "it could be worse."
But then, the worse unexpectedly strikes: when Jack starts writing a teen sex advice column for his friend's blog, he begins to receive creepy and threatening love letters that attempt to force Jack to curb his sexuality and personality. Now it's up to Jack and his best friends to uncover the stalker—before their love becomes dangerous.
Groundbreaking and page-turning, Jack of Hearts (and other parts) celebrates the freedom to be oneself, especially in the face of adversity.
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"At 17 years old, privileged private school student Jack is an out-and-proud, makeup-wearing, gleefully promiscuous poster boy for sex positivity. He's not bothered by his slutty reputation, but after he starts writing a sex advice column for his friend's blog, he's disturbed by the unwelcome attention of an anonymous stalker. Narrator Drew Caidan allows Jack's authenticity to shine through, whether he's expressing warmth, humor, anxiety, or explicit candor. It's a performance that, similar to Jack's columns, educates without being preachy, reminding listeners that even the most flamboyant LGBTQ people are people, not merely entertainment to be consumed. R.A.H. © AudioFile 2019, Portland, Maine"
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