Cemetery Boys

Cemetery Boys Yadriel Has Summoned A Ghost, And Now He Can T Get Rid Of HimWhen His Traditional Latinx Family Has Problems Accepting His Gender, Yadriel Becomes Determined To Prove Himself A Real Brujo With The Help Of His Cousin And Best Friend Maritza, He Performs The Ritual Himself, And Then Sets Out To Find The Ghost Of His Murdered Cousin And Set It FreeHowever, The Ghost He Summons Is Actually Julian Diaz, The School S Resident Bad Boy, And Julian Is Not About To Go Quietly Into Death He S Determined To Find Out What Happened And Tie Up Some Loose Ends Before He Leaves Left With No Choice, Yadriel Agrees To Help Julian, So That They Can Both Get What They Want But The Longer Yadriel Spends With Julian, The Less He Wants To Let Him Leave

Aiden Thomas is a YA author with an MFA in Creative Writing Originally from Oakland, California, they now make their home in Portland, OR As a queer, trans, latinx, Aiden advocates strongly for diverse representation in all media Aidens special talents include quoting The Office, Harry Potter trivia, Jenga, finishing sentences with is my FAVORITE, and killing spiders Aiden is notorious for

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  • Hardcover
  • 352 pages
  • Cemetery Boys
  • Aiden Thomas
  • English
  • 03 February 2019
  • 9781250250469

10 thoughts on “Cemetery Boys

  1. says:

    I can t prove this with science or statistics, but every time I see a queer couple on the cover of a YA novel, ten years are immediately added to my lifespan God bless

  2. says:

    D mn.It s coming out JUNE NINTH This needs to come out like now.

  3. says:

    Latinx trans teen boy, hoping to release his cousin s spirit and prove himself as a brujo, accidentally summons the wrong ghost and ends up falling in love with him this honestly sounds like everything i ve ever needed in my life, 2020 already serving us

  4. says:

    I think 2020 should be renamed 20TRANSty just because of this book and all the ownvoices transgender umbrella releases coming up.

  5. says:

    why does this cover give me Pynch fanart aesthetics

  6. says:

    CWs Misgendering, depictions of gender dysphoria, exploration of parental death, non violent references to blood magicI am THRIVING I am LIVING I am convinced this book was written for me and me alone and I will be accepting no other feedback at this time While this story acknowledges the realities of queer pain and queer trauma, it is resolutely written from a place of JOY and love It s fun as hell to read, the Latinx rep is out of this world, and ultimately it s an empowering story about honoring your truth.Don t you dare sleep on this goddamn blessing of a book, because it s going to be a mirror that so many of us have needed for so long.

  7. says:

    I need, I need, I need, I need After 22 years I m finally out and queer and dating my hispanic girlfriend im very lucky and I think we would both sell our souls for an arc of this

  8. says:

    Julian stopped in his tracks, black eyes going wide Fuck Maritza started and Yadriel ducked, thinking he d spotted someone His heart hammered in his chest What What s What happened to my skateboard Julian threw his head back and groaned, scrubbing his hands over his face I just got new axles on that thing I was provided an advanced copy of this novel by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review All thoughts expressed in this review are my own.I know the quote I chose is long, but it is one of the funniest moments I have read in a novel Imagine you, a high schooler with a bad reputation and a heart of gold, have just realized that you are deceased Dead Potentially murdered No longer alive For a few moments, you focus on other things such as the boy with a knife trying to catapult you into the afterlife But, eventually, you remember the most important thing that s missing Not your life or your soul or the ability to give someone a wicked high five No Your skateboard, the true love of your life, that you just put new axles on, is missing That sums up Julian Diaz s character.This book was incredible and I am never going to be over it If you want a fantastic ownvoices story about a trans brujo carving out his space in a multigenerational and multicultural latinx family amid a suspicious string of deaths, aided by his best friend cousin who I thought was a lesbian until i learned about her pointy nails and one of said murdered teens PICK THIS UP.This was such a lovely mix of tradition and modernity, which was a major focus in this novel which dealt with gendered magic and trans MC named Yadriel trying to prove himself in a family that doesn t know where he fits in My first highlight in this novel is Hydro Flask full of chicken blood , which truly depicts this contrast between old and new without completely ignoring one or the other Aiden Thomas has an incredible grasp on how to write teenagers authentically, and I found myself laughing at almost every interaction Julian was a part of So much of this book was about proving oneself without truly knowing what that would take Yadriel and his family were so close and loving while still having a great divide between them created by fear and misunderstanding I don t want to spoil it, but this book has a happy ending on so many fronts and is exactly what Yadriel deserves I mean he deserves the world, but it s close This was truly one of the best books I ve ever read, and I read it in a day because it was so captivating I could not put it down Do yourself a favor and preorder this book, add it to your TBR, request it from your library, and do whatever else you can to make it a part of your life.

  9. says:

    I ve been sleeping on this hype But I m here now

  10. says:

    Perfection

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