"Haskell's endless neurotic uncertainty over who to be and what to do will captivate readers.An entertaining and perceptive YA take on the predicament of gay adolescence."
"I have never rooted for any fictional character quite as much I did for Haskell Hodge, the hilarious, dorky, slightly histrionic protagonist and narrator of Gary Seigel's novel, Haskell Himself."
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"A touching, coming of age story about a boy finding himself. The real joy of this story show is how relatable Haskell Himself is for all of us, young and old, straight or gay."
Holly Kammier, international bestselling author of Kingston Court
"A must read YA novel that captures the angst, misery and frustration of being a teenager who doesn't fit in the mold. I couldn't put it down."
Jessica Therrien, bestselling YA author of Children of the Gods
"A brilliant mix of hope, heart, and humor. Fans of David Levithan and Becky
Albertalli will love Gary Seigel's debut novel. This wise and witty portrait of what it means to be different will have you in tears one moment and laughing the next. I wanted to reach through the pages and hug Haskell. You will too.
Jill Rubalcaba, author of Every Bone Tells a Story