Summer of Love - Lisa Mason

We enjoyed this but massive trigger warnings for rape and romanticised relationships between a 14-year-old and adults.


(It's gross. But if you can ignore the gross parts the book is good.)






and I found it laughable how their advanced society in the future that had apparently come so far in terms of social justice and greater consciousness and advanced medical things, still had the same odd notions of dietary needs that we do now. (Pills that give him 2000 calories a day. That is not enough.) Although having said that, it DOES make a point of the fact that he looks gaunt and like he's not getting enough food from that. It still made me wince. They should have known better and it was utterly jarring.