Almost Perfect

There are things in life we may say “never” to, but never usually doesn’t mean never. We come across situations in life that make us question the reality of what we thought we knew. Brian Katcher successfully captures the experience of a transgender girl in high school struggling to uphold an identity she worked so tirelessly to achieve.

Katcher explores the struggles of a transgender relationship involving Sage, a transgender character, and Logan, a heterosexual athlete. Logan never saw himself falling for a transgender then Sage came along and nothing was the same. Brian Katcher presents the issues of gender identity in a comical and realistic manner. Even if you’re unfamiliar with the subject matter you can virtually put yourself in the character’s shoes. Gender identity can be a touchy subject, but Almost Perfect addresses it in a relaxed way. This book is for anyone who may be struggling with gender identity, knows someone who is dealing with it, or for anyone who just wants an understanding.

by Soreal G. 

Almost Perfect

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