“I’m hesitant to use absolutes when I’m reviewing, but I’m going to say it … this is the best anthology I’ve read.” —Emily, Loony Literate Blog
“All ten stories hinge on this idea of endings and beginnings, which is a fitting theme for stories about young characters who are moving through one of life’s major turning points. There are realisations made, perceptions altered, hearts exposed and apologies offered. And even the more light-hearted stories are underpinned by a certain poignancy, a sense that risks must be taken and sacrifices made before something new can be gained. It gives the collection a quiet vulnerability that I absolutely loved.” —Lectito, book blog
“But regardless of your age, gender, race, sexuality and nationality, whether you exclusively read young adult literature or stay far away from YA, you will find a story to love. You will gain a greater appreciation for Australian YA and you’ll come to love Oz YA as much as I do, as much as #LoveOzYA supporters do. Don’t miss out on this one!” —Staff-pick, Book Bonding Bookstore
“This anthology truly is phenomenal and one-of-a-kind — undoubtably the best anthology I’ve ever read.” —Written Word Worlds blog
“Theres only one thing I completely disliked about the book, and that was just that I found it was so hard to go from the ending of one story straight into the beginning of another story after the previous one had played with your heart and emotions and just threw them away it the end of it, leaving you to pick up all of the pieces left in the previous story in the two pages it took to get to the next story. My complaint is really why did you make the stories so good?” —Book Mafia, Turramurra High School’s Book Club
“This exploration of loneliness and communication had description goals and the most wholesome story of sibling love I have encountered. Shout out to Binks for her contribution and editing skills.” —Sarah, Goodreads Review
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