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Listening Length 12 hours and 10 minutes
Author Casey McQuiston
Narrator Natalie Naudus
Audible.in Release Date 01 June 2021
Publisher Macmillan Audio
Program Type Audiobook
Version Unabridged
Language English
ASIN B08G353XLL
Best Sellers Rank #549 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals (See Top 100 in Audible Audiobooks & Originals)
#3 in Romantic Comedy
#1,641 in Romance (Books)

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Reviewed in India on 6 July 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Stole my heartbeat
By Sahil Pradhan on 9 June 2021
It's as if August is a piece of a puzzle and Jane is another piece, both fit in perfectly into each other: made for each other.

Casey McQuiston stole my heartbeat with this book. They came in and told me this story and it's all unicorns vomiting sunbeams around me. Ok, I know a low-key gross comparison but yes I will lock up my intellectual dark type soul into a closet for this review and gush to you over how much I absolutely love, adore and literally just want everyone to read this book.

You know what I have too much to tell, so let's make a list. Much better, and yes just like August I believe in old school 'noting-down-in-notebooks' and I have this list flashing right before my eyes. Forget all that, now focus on the list:

1) HOW DARE YOU NOT ALLOW YOURSELF BE PAMPERED BY WORDS? Casey's book is a hug from an old friend, a warm blanket on a chilly winter morning, a cup of ice-cream in scorching heat, a kind word from a crush, a lick from a pet, everything cute. So yep do yourself a favor and pamper your poor soul with this.

2) DAMN, THERE IS MAGIC REALISM, TIME TRAVEL, A CUTE AF SAPPHIC F/F COUPLE AND TONS OF PANCAKE. What else do you want me to tell you to already pick this up? Go, do it, right now.

3) IT TACKLES IMPORTANT TOPICS, STRING TOGETHER IMMACULATELY. Casey's latest doesn't only deal with this love story but also digs into much deeper, deeper than the skin, deeper than the touches, the kisses and the stares. It talks about grief, nostalgia, the love of a 'found family', heritage, queer love, the difficulties that come with it and the communities that fell for us to stand and scream who we are in the present times. There is New York, it's history, the pride parades, the queer rights movements, the riots, all that in a capsule coated in the story of this couple.

4) THE CHARACTERS ARE ✨ adorable ✨ the whole bunch out here are a carousel of sweetmeat. August, Jane, Myla or any other character, all are like Dark Fantasy cookies, once bite in and a burst of heavenly chocolate.

5) YOU WISH YOU WERE THERE. Of course.

Lastly, Miss Casey McQuiston, I know damn well where you got the name "August" from, you better pay Taylor Swift her coins, ok?
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Reviewed in India on 21 June 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars 70s, Leather Jacket, Very Gay
By thegalaxydreamer (shreya) on 21 June 2021
Jane Su, is always styled in her 70s fit, black leather jacket, ripped jeans & red sneakers. I'm so in love with her style as much as I'm in love with her. She's sarcastic, witty, humorous and got this dangerous dimple which comes up whenever she smiles. (bi panic)
23 y/o August Landry, a investigator in making and server at Billy's pancakes. Intelligent, nerdy and strong willed. Girl is such a queen & fighter.

You know that moment when you step on a subway with no intention except to reach your destination, YET you see this one stranger who grabs your attention, despite all the caution the moment your eyes meet, there's a spark and you know YOU'RE DOOMED. Yeah that's what exactly happened with August, but wait- who won't fall in love with Jane I mean it's JANE SU.
When you thought you were all alone in this world, and you deserve to be, but no, you meet this crackhead misfit gang and ended up sticking forever. August thought the same, but guess what? She met a family.
I loveee found families and in this book, each one of them found others just like it was fate. Helped each other through their insecurities, hardships and formed a family, literally. It was so amazing to read tbh, had me crying. Wes, Niko, Myla, y'all have my heart <3

I was surprised when I found the SciFi elements in the book. After Red, White and Royal Blue I never expected this to be very honest. Basically, there's a catch in the story, Jane is stuck in subway from the last 45 years (it's not a spoiler it's in the plot as well don't worry) and she can't get out because she somehow became connected to the electricity itself. But they both in love, either they get Jane out or they lose her forever and sheesh, that was amazing, the electric sparks & currents flowing the story like electrons I mean my nerdy gay brain is satisfied.
Now since our beautiful girls transcended boundaries of time literally, its not a surprise that both the era entertwine beautifully just late Jane and August do. Jane figuring out how modern technology words & August getting absorbed in 70s rock music.

Absolutely Stunning and I'm here for It. It was so gay I loved it. Thanks to the publisher & Edelweiss for the ARC.
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Bobbi Carpenter
5.0 out of 5 stars i’m bad at reviews, but this book is good
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 4 June 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Breathtaking!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 June 2021
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5.0 out of 5 stars Breathtaking!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 15 June 2021
My heart aches for this book. That's the simplest way to describe it. Sometimes you read a book that is so important, so heartfelt and pure, that it just touches your soul and makes you ache inside. It is the most incredible feeling and I don't think I can properly put into words how grateful I am to Casey McQuiston for giving this to the world.

Red, White & Royal Blue is my favourite book. I have read it once a month since I first downloaded it onto my kindle. It's my feel-good book. And I was truly content. And then I found out Casey was writing another book and I thought, how would she ever be able to write something as touching as her debut? I know now. Because it comes from the heart.

One Last Stop is a story of found-family and soul searching and finding your place in the world. It is about acceptance and honesty and staying true to yourself. It's about redemption and love and laughter and heartbreak and all the things that make life so wonderful and complicated.

If you ever, ever want to feel seen and heard in life, read this book. You won't be disappointed.
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Josh
5.0 out of 5 stars It got me out of my reading slump - fantastic!
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 19 July 2021
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EJS
4.0 out of 5 stars Another great book by CM
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 5 June 2021
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Kv
5.0 out of 5 stars Fabulous
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 8 June 2021
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