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A Taxonomy of Love Paperback – 7 April 2020
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- Publisher : Harry N. Abrams (7 April 2020); Abrams & Chronicle Books, 1st Floor, 1 West Smithfield, London EC1A 9JU, United Kingdom
- Language : English
- Paperback : 352 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1419739859
- ISBN-13 : 978-1419739859
- Reading age : 13 years and up
- Item Weight : 360 g
- Dimensions : 13.84 x 2.79 x 20.96 cm
- Country of Origin : United Kingdom
- Importer : Roli Books Pvt Ltd, M-75, Greater Kailash - II, Market, New Delhi - 110048
- Packer : Abrams & Chronicle Books, 1st Floor, 1 West Smithfield, London EC1A 9JU, United Kingdom
- Generic Name : Books
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Hope was a strange character. Not fully likeable, but I guess, normal. She went through all the normal girl phases. The silly crushes and indecisiveness as a pre-teen, to being hormonal and infatuated as a teen, to going through the "finding herself" phase, then the angsty teen phase, and finally maturing into her own self.
I liked the progress of her relationship with Spencer. I did not like Spencer's girlfriend in-between - forgot her name - and did not think she was right for him at all, so was happy to see that fall apart. The relationship between Dean and Spencer was very volatile, and Dean was very hard to like, but I did grow to respect him towards the end.
I felt like Spencer's Tourette's was portrayed very realistically and in a subtle manner that did not take over the entire story, but showcased the struggle and challenges all the same. Overall a very decent story, but not the best YA romance I've read.
I really enjoyed how Rachael Allen looked at disability through Spencer's POV (his Tourette's is just a part of him), but I also really liked how his family doesn't make a huge deal out of it (I loved that his older jock-y brother especially did not). I also REALLY appreciated the frank discussion of interracial relationships and racism, and Confederate flag dinner conversation (in which their school bans anything w/the flag on it). I giggled at the Pumpkin Spice Latte references and Hamilton sing-alongs.
I appreciated that Spencer was into sports and science and that he grew into himself. Aghhhhh, what a sweet little dork.