I Wish You All the Best PDF/EPUB ¹ You All Epub

I Wish You All the Best PDF/EPUB ¹ You All Epub


I Wish You All the Best [BOOKS] ✸ I Wish You All the Best By Mason Deaver – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk When Ben De Backer comes out to their parents as nonbinary they're thrown out of their house and forced to move in with their estranged older sister Hannah and her husband Thomas whom Ben has never ev You All Epub Ü When Ben De Backer comes out to their parents as nonbinary they're thrown out of their house and forced to move in with their estranged older sister Hannah and her husband Thomas whom Ben has never even met Struggling with an anxiety disorder compounded by their parents' rejection they come out only to Hannah Thomas and their therapist and try to keep a low profile in a new schoolBut Ben's I Wish ePUB Ò attempts to survive the last half of senior year unnoticed are thwarted when Nathan Allan a funny and charismatic student decides to take Ben under his wing As Ben and Nathan's friendship grows their feelings for each other begin to change and what started as a disastrous turn of events looks like it might just be a chance to start a happier new lifeAt turns heartbreaking and joyous I Wish You Wish You All eBook ✓ All the Best is both a celebration of life friendship and love and a shining example of hope in the face of adversity.

  • Audiobook
  • I Wish You All the Best
  • Mason Deaver
  • English
  • 20 January 2016
  • 9781338357240

About the Author: Mason Deaver

You All Epub Ü Born and raised in a small North Carolina town Mason Deaver is an award nominated bestselling author and designer living in Charlotte North Carolina Besides writing they’re an active fan of horror movies and video games As you can see from the photo above they’re a big fan of plants as well I Wish You All the Best is their first novel and their second novel The Ghosts We Keep I Wish ePUB Ò is expected.



10 thoughts on “I Wish You All the Best

  1. chai ♡ chai ♡ says:

    The beginning of I Wish You All the Best jarred me It kicked up a riot of emotions; each word a lash wrenching out your breath and dealing blows to your insides Benjamin De Backer buoyant with hopes of swift acceptance is planning on coming out as non binary to their parents The reader is spared the immediate fallout—but the imagination conjures up enough horrors What we see is Benjamin’s life as if held aloft by their own hand and in an instant it spun away from them Benjamin barefoot feeling like a stray helium balloon drifting on the currents as they walked to a payphone to call an estranged sister they haven’t seen or spoken to in a decadeHope roots faintly in Benjamin’s heart when their sister and her husband welcome them to their home But every hour some new bruise was upon Benjamin some new ache always weary always burdened The ground beneath them has never felt precarious and their life has become a cold sinking tangle of fear and anger and doubt Their parents’ rejection scratched at them and they were wearying under the burden of constantly coming out to everyone and then dreading their reaction Benjamin seemed to be in a lull a strange pocket of emptiness into which no one came and they were never threatened But with the support of their best friend who is a non binary Muslim immigrant and a burgeoning friendship with their classmate Nathan who was like cheer in a bottle Benjamin feels the shiver of a new hope forming a new space opening up wide enough for them to stand in Maybe some renewed vestige of life was in them yet—the last tatters of Benjamin’s hopes blooming afreshMason Deaver the debut author of this book is nonbinary themself and Benjamin’s story had come crawling out of their own heart The author’s voice is simultaneously tender and reverent—but it also falls like an axe blade sharp and severing The novel’s cold touch is like fingertips slipping beneath your clothes and wrapping around your heart making turmoil bubble up through the tightness in your chest before it catches you up in a soft opened warmth I do not doubt that this story is going to be cathartic for a lot of readers—and I’m glad it existsWith that being said my primary critiue of Deaver’s single minded coming of age novel is a longing for —this unnameable thing that slips from my brain like sand held in an open palm The book's heart and dazzle does not always help it overcome much of its dryness I was often threatened by a sense of ennui as for most of the novel the plot just plods along and it isn’t long before Benjamin’s voice grows distant like far off waves Deaver builds believable secondary characters but they beg for page time The development of familial attachments alongside romantic and platonic ones could have carried a lot vivacity but the author plays it close to the chest I found myself many times wishing this scene or that conversation fully played out because instead of parlaying them the author often only gives you just a glimpse and then they’re off running to the next thing Again I wanted but some moments never come to fruitionThat is not to say of course that there's nothing lovely in I Wish You All the Best The story which is a gentle but unyielding reminder that the body’s need to speak its truth is primal and profound and that compassion and love can overcome intolerance warmed the cockles of my heart Benjamin's journey put so much hope in me and I'm glad I picked up this book I hope many readers find their way to Deaver’s novel for it will doubtless change a lot of lives✨ wishlist ✨ blog ✨ twitter ✨ tumblr ✨

  2. Kai Kai says:

    Don't ignore the problems Learn from them But also don't knock what you get right Every success deserves a celebrationOh the feeling of mile high expectations actually being fulfilled pure bliss I have waited so long for this book to be released and it checks every single box A wonderful emotional important and romantic read I Wish You All the Best tells the story of Ben who is nonbinary who prefers the pronouns they them who after coming out to their parents is kicked out of the house and has to take refuge at their sister's whom they haven't seen in 10 years At their new school they meet Nathan a captivating boy who may or may not be the cutest human the world has ever seen chances are high though But Ben struggles with anxiety panic attacks and depression This definitely translated onto the pages of the book I often felt hopeless was frustrated with the absence of feelings with Ben not being able to say anything but Yeah with the plot not going anywhere because the world stops moving when anxiety overwhelms you At least that's what I felt like reading it Luckily Ben slowly opened up to the people around them to their therapist and eventually to Nathan and their sister It was a heartfelt book with an easygoing writing style and a slow burning romance The kind of romance where it couldn't be obvious that the attraction is mutual but still these stupid dorks wait till the very last minute to confess their feelingsThe only criticism I have is that I wished the side characters had received of a backstory They all had depth and felt real enough but I was curious about them About Ben's sister and their brother in law about Maleika and Sophie about Nathan I wouldn't have minded an additional 100 pages if this meant that we'd get to see of themI want to stress how important it is that ueer writers write ueer stories No cis or straight person would have been able to write such a complex and truthful book about life coming out falling in love as a nonbinary person I always say that representation and inclusion matter not only because people might recognise parts of themselves in the characters but also because it teaches kids and teenagers compassion acceptance and empathy early on If every teenager read this book the world would be much kinder and tolerant Stories have so much power and influence and that's why it's important to promote and support ueer voices that have mostly gone unheard until now I Wish You All the Best was my first novel with a nonbinary character that was at the centre of the story instead of the sidelines I hope we will get to see of that in the futureFind of my books on Instagram

  3. Alice Oseman Alice Oseman says:

    A soft sweet and incredibly important story about a non binary teen finding their voice This book is going to be so important to so many people

  4. Miranda Reads Miranda Reads says:

    Feeling inspired so there's a Bonus BookTube Video this week all about the most impactful Pride books I have readNow that you know this one made list check out the video to see the rest The Written Review I don't know whether to cry or scream or do both It feels like I've done than enough of both And it feels like I haven't done enough Ben De Backer after much debating and worrying comes out to their parents as nonbinary Bodies are fucking weird especially when it feels like you don't belong in your own And Ben's parents? Threw their child out of the house And at some point I know I'm going to have to crawl out of this bed and pick up the pieces but right now it can be just me Just me these four walls and this bed Luckily Ben has their sister who was also thrown out of the house though for different reasons who has enough room to take them inBut now that the immediate issues have been solved Ben is at a loss Senior year was supposed to be the time of one's life and instead Ben finds themself lost than everAt least there's Nathan Allan the one bright spot in Ben's dulled life Butif Ben comes out to him will they lose their last friend? “Whatever happens”—his grip tightens a little—“I wish you all the best Benjamin De Backer” He says it with a smile “You deserve it” WhewNot going to lie this book challenged me And it taught me And I'm grateful for thatWhenever I don't get something I do try researching on my own but to be honest what helps the most is to read books by people who represent the aspect I'm trying to learn about It's a wonderful way to walk a mile in their shoes and be able to get perspective from someone who I would never have known otherwiseComing into this book I understood the concept of being nonbinary and was than okay with it I'm very much of the belief that if you are not hurting anyone do whatever it takes to make you feel happy and completeBut as weird as it sounds I was still at a loss regarding how the theythem pronouns work in real life I can get zezerziswhatever uite easily but theythem were a different storyBefore reading this book I felt like I have a mental block where I couldn't stop thinking that theythem mean two or people not a single nonbinary person So whenever I tried reading articles or trying to grasp how to use those I just kept getting and muddled cause my brain kept searching for whoever else is supposed to be in the sentence or what group the theythem belonged toAnd I'm really happy to have picked up this book because it helped me see how those pronouns work in real life and how different situations use them I know this seems like a relatively weird thing but it honestly made a huge difference to me I honestly think I just needed exposure to those terms being used naturally in conversation or sentences for my mind to grasp how it fits into the worldAlso in general I really enjoyed the story Ben was a wonderful protagonist and I really felt their agony as they came out to their parentsThat emotion was so well done that I honestly think this book should be read by so many people Experiencing the rejection and the hurt even when it is just in a book truly in my opinion is one of the best ways to educate and learnI also adored the relationship between Ben and Nathan They clicked together really well and made the book pop for meAll in all I highly highly recommend this one It truly was one of my best 2020 reads

  5. Chloe Chloe says:

    this was a powerful read about identity complex family issues and i loved it so much it was pretty hard for me to read since it was a little triggering the anxiety and depression rep is so accurate so i had to read it slowly but this story means a lot to me and i know it means a lot to so many others too especially non binary teens i highly recommend it cw anxiety depression child abuse misgendering homophobia

  6. Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd) Cece (ProblemsOfaBookNerd) says:

    I am finally going to be able to read Mason’s book CAN YOU BELIEVE??Update after reading December 3rd 2018455This book has not been undersold in the least It is heartfelt loving difficult and wonderful in every way Becky’s blurb isn’t lying it is indeed uietly groundbreaking and will without a doubt save lives Prepare yourselves for an incredible beautiful debut in 2019 friends

  7. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    This was suUuUuUuUuch a great read I learned so much and also just fell head over heels for these characters What an important bookTW misgendering homophobia anxiety depression

  8. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    This is the kind of story that could change your life

  9. ✨ jamieson ✨ ✨ jamieson ✨ says:

    whatever happens I wish you all the best Ben De Backer THIS WAS EVERYTHING This is such a groundbreaking YA book following a non binary teen that is genuinely going to change lives It was sadder than I expected with of a family focus rather than romance but I really loved what it was doing and how it covered so much in such a short time Ben was a great main character I liked that their reactions seemed realistic for the situation and I felt they were a character that 'existed' rather than was necessarily designed to be liked or a teaching mechanism Nathan was a huge angel and I loved him I just wish there were interactions between Ben and Nathan to build their chemistry and relationship though I do love their romance Overall this is a wonderful and necessary book that tackled a lot of issues around homophobia transphobia living as a non binary person and ueer experiences big recemmondand maybe bigger review to come

  10. chan ☆ chan ☆ says:

    i read 5 ueer YA middle grade books

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