Kiss Number 8

Kiss Number 8 Review

Graphic Novel. "Amanda can’t figure out what’s so exciting about kissing. It’s just a lot of teeth clanking, germ swapping, closing of eyes so you can’t see that godzilla-sized zit just inches from your own hormonal monstrosity. All of her seven kisses had been horrible in different ways, but nothing compared to the awfulness that followed Kiss Number Eight. An exploration of sexuality, family, and faith, Kiss Number Eight is a coming-of-age tale filled with humor and hope." [First Second Books]

Title:Kiss Number 8
Edition Language:English

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    Kiss Number 8 Reviews

  • Lola

    I should have known from the very beginning that this would be a VERY dramatic book, not a romantic comedy like I expected. Rom-com, really? That could not be farther from reality. After all, the cove...

  • laurel [suspected bibliophile]

    Trigger Warning: Homophobia, Transphobia, the f-wordMads' parents are strained, and what's worse, she thinks her dad is cheating on her mother with another woman. And her dad won't tell her anything a...

  • McKinlay Dennis

    *I received an ARC of this book from netgalley and the publisher. This does not affect my review.*DNF at page 166TW: transphobia I’m genuinely baffled why this has such good reviews that call it “...

  • Jay G

    Want to see more bookish things from me? Check out my youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfer... Thank you to First:Second and Raincoast books for sending me a copy of this in exchange ...

  • Stacy Fetters

    Mads’ dad and her best friend, Cat acted pretty disgusting. I couldn’t handle their attitudes. But the art was pretty cool. ...

  • Amy Bruestle

    This is my first graphic novel/comic book style of writing that was in an actual chapter book length that I’ve ever read. I was hesitant at first because I generally steer clear of this type of writ...

  • Jes Reads

    Full review at: https://www.jesreads.com/new-blog/201......

  • mahana

    Content warnings: transphobia, homophobia, forced outing, homophobic bullying, f slur...

  • Alicia

    What a deeply personal, but lovingly moving story about a girl coming into her own with family, friendships, relationships, and who she is-- making mistakes, holding grudges, and having fun all the wh...

  • Renata

    I read a review of this that referred to it as "historical fiction set in 2004," and I immediately crumbled into a pile of dust. But then I read it and realized that this is definitely a distinct hist...