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Straight people should have to come out too. And the more awkward it is, the better.

Simon Spier is sixteen and trying to work out who he is - and what he's looking for.

But when one of his emails to the very distracting Blue falls into the wrong hands, things get all kinds of complicated.

Because, for Simon, falling for Blue is a big deal . . .

It's a holy freaking huge awesome deal.

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  • Paperback

    9780241330135

    January 29, 2018

    Puffin

    RRP $17.99

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  • Paperback

    9780141356099

    March 25, 2015

    Puffin

    320 pages

    RRP $17.99

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    • Readings
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  • EBook

    9780241354971

    January 30, 2018

    Penguin eBooks

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  • Simon vs. The Homo Sapiens Agenda
    Becky Albertalli

    EBook

    9780141356105

    April 7, 2015

    Penguin eBooks

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Extract

1

It’s a weirdly subtle situation. I almost don’t notice I’m being blackmailed.

We’re sitting in metal folding chairs backstage, and Martin Addison says, “I read your email.”

“What?” I look up.

“Earlier. In the library. Not on purpose, obviously.”

“You read my email?”

“Well, I used the computer right after you,” he says, “and when I typed in Gmail, it pulled up your account. You probably should have logged out.”

I stare at him, dumbfounded. He taps his foot against the leg of his chair.

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