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Grasshopper Jungle by Andrew Smith

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Good books are about everything, abbreviated. Austin (but his best friend calls him Porcupine) is in love with Shann. Robbie came out of the closet in seventh grade. Austin and Robbie have been friends forever, and Austin is realizing that he also has sexual feelings for Robbie - complicated! Wait, did I mention that this is a story about the end of the world, brought by unstoppable soldiers that are over six feet tall and look a lot like praying mantises? All the soldiers want to do is kill and have sex. Lots of sex. Nearly every page has something related to sex or various related bodily fluids. This is Smith’s seventh book and while The Marbury Lens got a lot of praise (and it is good, though rather dark), I thought this was so much better. It also has won lots of awards. Check Our Catalog

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