Adam by Ariel Schrag

Adam is a teenager who’s finding life and friendship hard, so when the chance comes to spend summer with his older sister in New York, he jumps at the chance. His sister is gay and Adam is introduced to the world of Queer Culture, learning about pronouns and gender identity and so many new things. And then he falls in love, only Gillian thinks he is a trans boy and he can’t bring himself to tell her the truth and lose her. But it’s only a matter of time.

Oh, I had issues with this book. The world that Adam is in is fascinating and wonderful, but Adam is an outsider looking into this world, who then uses people in this world and has no real consequences. There are better queer books out there. Read this being aware that this is very flawed.