Arthur and Teddy Are Coming Out: The uplifting, feel-good read of 2023
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Sometimes, I simply don't know where to start when writing a review. "Arthur and Teddy are Coming Out" is a book that makes you feel a lot of things. Don't get me wrong, I loved the book, it's just that the story is sad, but also endearing and, at the same time, it makes you wonder why some people can't accept others the way they are. Life is full of sacrifices, Teddy. We'll make good and bad choices, but we shouldn't let regrets define us. I'm not perfect, but I hope when I'm not here that the people I love will remember me for the good things and know I did my best for them. -Arthur
Arthur and Teddy have always been close, and now they must navigate first loves, heartbreak, and finding their place in their community. But can they - and their family - learn to accept who they truly are?Natürlich gibt auch hier und da großes Drama und den ein oder anderen Plottwist, aber am Ende steht Arthur and Teddy are Coming Out für ganz viele Emotion, für Verständnis für einander und für den festen Glauben an die Liebe, mag sie auch platonisch sein.
He shows that life begins at whatever age the individual chooses; that we are responsible for our own happiness and that being old doesn’t mean that life is over.A sweet coming out story which sensitively portrays the difficulties and the celebrations of coming out and being true to yourself’ Emma Denny, author of One Night in Hartswood Gentle, honest and beautifully authentic’ Julietta Henderson, author of The Funny Thing about Norman Foreman
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A joyful, big-hearted story about family, friendship and finding your place in the world’ Freya Sampson, author of The Last Chance Library The second thing, if you’re still here reading this review, was about Elizabeth, Teddy’s mother and Arthur’s daughter. Both times someone comes out to her, she manages to make it so totally about herself it’s almost impressive. She accuses Arthur of ruining their lives, and cuts him off almost completely. She outs him to the entire town shouting about it in the convenience store! And Arthur, much more nice than I would be about it, is willing just to wait for her to come around and forgive him! Like, sorry, but Elizabeth should be on her knees begging for Arthur’s forgiveness.