Beautiful, inspiring, brave... and extremely important.
I'm proud that books like this exist, if only to point out that we don't live in the accepting and open-minded society that we like to believe, that we haven't really learnt from the past and grown to be a better generation than the one before us. We're getting there, don't get me wrong, but we're not quite there yet. Books like this let people know that it's ok to be scared, to not 'fit in' or be what some might deem 'normal', and that doesn't just go for people in the LGBTQ+ community, it's all of us.
If I have one criticism of this book it's in the multiple POVs, which I admit enable us to experience a wider range of scenarios and personal struggles, but does hinder the ability to really feel for many of the characters. The narration confused me to begin with, but I think it was the perfect choice to really give this story weight and even more meaning.
As I said, this is an important book, and I advise everyone to read it.