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Battle a beautiful blond dancer The two become friends and then startlingly than friends What do you do when you think you're attracted to guys and then you meet a girl who steals your heart A trailblazing debut rei. There s a hole in popular young adult fiction specifically romance I m so tired of the typical boy girl boy love story that is so pervasive in YA lit Where are the teen lgbt s

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Empress of the World

Nicola Lancaster is spending her summer at the Siegel Institute a hothouse of smart intense teenagers She soon falls in with Katrina Manic Computer Chick Isaac Nice Guy Despite Himself Kevin Inarticulate Composer and. As with pretty much everything I read I found the ending to this a little unsatisfying a little too contrived in too short a space but the path to the ending was well worth it Nic Einsteins Generation unsatisfying a little too contrived in too short a space but the path to the ending was well worth it Nic

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Ssued with an introduction by acclaimed author David Levithan and copious back matter including three graphic novel stories by Sara Ryan and artists Steve Leiber Dylan Meconis and Natalie Nourigat about the character. It was an enjoyable read but it didn t have much of a plot There really wasn t a whole lot going on in this one It was interesting and was easy to sit and read almost cover to cov


10 thoughts on “Empress of the World

  1. says:

    I have no idea what Nic supposedly did wrong Hell I over analyze all the time What's wrong with it? NOTHING She was just asking a damn uestion Battle Shut your damn mouthSorry Sometimes I become somewhat of an advocate for certain book characters

  2. says:

    As with pretty much everything I read I found the ending to this a little unsatisfying a little too contrived in too short a space but the path to the ending was well worth it Nicola the narrator is a sharp funny observant kid even i

  3. says:

    Empress of the world by Sara Ryan is a very moving meaningful story that deals with very touchy subjects Such as love friendship and finding yourself This book should have exposed due to the fact that now a days teenagers have to deal with these kind of things and in todays life style and society which is so open and free to whatever This co

  4. says:

    So This is the second review in a row in which I did not have my thoughts completely together in the beginning of my writing it Does this mean my opinions are getting complex? Or does it mean that I'm getting bad at reviewing?So anyway this was an overall cute fun novel It was one of the first to paint LGBT characters in a positive light when these kind of novels were just starting to become normal I thought that I would have t

  5. says:

    35 starsI think I might be getting a little old for YA I mean I'm a young adult But I'm not a Young Adult So that's probably why I didn't like this as much as I may have a couple years agoThe characters were rather bland

  6. says:

    There’s a hole in popular young adult fiction specifically romance I’m so tired of the typical boy girl boy love story that is so pervasive in YA lit Where are the teen lgbt stories? Not the one where the hetero girl has the flamb

  7. says:

    i really enjoyed nic as a character and have to say i could relate to her and her struggle with coming to terms with her bisexualit

  8. says:

    It was an enjoyable read but it didn't have much of a plot There really wasn't a whole lot going on in this one It was interesting and was easy to sit and read almost cover to cover but at the end I felt like nothing was ever accomp

  9. says:

    Author Sara Ryan deftly captures the sweetness and uncertainty of a young girl’s first love in her 2001 debut Empress of the World celebrates adolescent romance and budding sexuality in all of its sticky modern complexityWhile studying archeology at an academic summer camp fifteen year old Nicola ‘Nic’ Lancaster becomes embroiled in an on again off again romance with the implausibly named Battle Hall Davies a beau

  10. says:

    This book saved my life when I was a confused 16 year old bisexual in the library looking for validation I'm really glad I got to reread it all these years later It's certainly dated but man did this book hit me right in the feels 💕🏳️‍🌈