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Fan Art

When the picture tells the story…

Senior year is almost over, and Jamie Peterson has a big problem. Not college—that’s all set. Not prom—he’ll find a date somehow. No, it’s the worst problem of all: he’s fallen for his best friend.

As much as Jamie tries to keep it under wraps, everyone seems to know where his affections lie, and the giggling girls in art class are determine

Senior year is almost over, and Jamie Peterson has a big problem. Not college—that’s all set. Not prom—he’ll find a date somehow. No, it’s the worst problem of all: he’s fallen for his best friend.

As much as Jamie tries to keep it under wraps, everyone seems to know where his affections lie, and the giggling girls in art class are determined to help Jamie get together with Mason. But Jamie isn’t sure if that’s what he wants—because as much as Jamie would like to come clean to Mason, what if the truth ruins everything? What if there are no more road trips, taco dinners, or movie nights? Does he dare risk a childhood friendship for romance?

This book is about what happens when a picture reveals what we can’t say, when art is truer than life, and how falling in love is easy, except when it’s not. Fan Art explores the joys and pains of friendship, of pressing boundaries, and how facing our worst fears can sometimes lead us to what we want most.
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    Blythe

    I hated this book a lot, and so did my co-bloggers Ellis and Mel. Here’s why:

    Ellis: This book was just terribad.

    Blythe: I think it might be the worst book I’ve read this year.

    Ellis: Definitely one of the most infuriating.

    Mel: I didn’t hate it as much as you guys did, but definitely terrible in general. Definitely the worst LGBTQ+ I’ve read.

    Blythe: Absolutely the worst LGBT I’ve read. I can’t imagine there being any other LGBT novel out there worse than this, honestly.

    Ellis: Maybe one with a bun

    Ellis: This book was just terribad.

    Blythe: I think it might be the worst book I’ve read this year.

    Ellis: Definitely one of the most infuriating.

    Mel: I didn’t hate it as much as you guys did, but definitely terrible in general. Definitely the worst LGBTQ+ I’ve read.

    Blythe: Absolutely the worst LGBT I’ve read. I can’t imagine there being any other LGBT novel out there worse than this, honestly.

    Ellis: Maybe one with a bunch of Jamies.

    Blythe: Like a Jamie orgy where everyone just judges each other and leaves by the end of the novel. Just … Jamie, you guys. Jamie.

    Mel: There’s the letting out a breath I didn’t realise I was holding in here, too.

    Ellis: YES. First chapter. That’s when I should have known this wouldn’t turn out well.

    Blythe: Let’s just get this all out of the way: I hated Jamie. A lot. Everyone else seemed to love Jamie, but I really, really wanted to punch him. So much.

    Mel: AGREED.

    Ellis: SAME. He was constantly declaring he wasn’t one of those “stereotypical gays”, because he was *masculine*. How LGBTQ+ positive.

    “I never had baby dolls, never played dress up in my mom’s high heels, and never wanted to join the cheerleading squad, so it wasn’t like my mom knew I was gay.”

    Blythe: BUT HE MUST BE MASCULINE, ELLIS. God forbid he embody stereotypes which he only perpetuates throughout the novel. Our Jamie is special and doesn’t play with dolls or like high heels, he plays football! (But first off, get over yourself, Jamie. You played football once in the novel. You’re not the fucking spokesmodel for masculinity.)

    Ellis: I have one pro re: LGBTQ+ representation and that is that there’s no bi erasure. At the end, when Jamie wonders whether Mason might be queer, he does mention the option of Mason being bi. That’s a small plus.

    Blythe: I had one pro, that being supportive parents, but Jamie managed to turn that into something to complain about.

    Mel: He makes everything good into something to hate.

    Blythe: That’s his entire character. And the entire plot of the novel hinges on how Mason will react to him being gay. But there was literally no indication that he would react negatively?

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    “If there’s one thing that girls–gay or straight–like, it’s gay boys.”

    Blythe: You mentioned problematic? Because that is the characterization pretty much all of the girls in the novel are built upon.

    Ellis: Urgh.

    Mel: Blurgh.

    Blythe: You’d think an LGBT novel would try its hardest to stray from using stereotypes to define its characters but that’s ALL this novel manages to accomplish. I’m glad so many people love this and think it’s adorable, but it’s so incredibly problematic. All the characters and every single aspect of the world are built upon stereotypes.

    “He’s one of those black kids everyone thinks should play basketball just because [he’s tall].”

    Blythe: More problematic characterization! Basically, for an LGBT book, Fan Art has REALLY shitty representation of minorities. Jamie always describes the POC character in terms of racial stereotypes. Then said POC says about 14 lines in the entire novel, most of which are about five words. I counted.

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    Read the rest of our discussion review on the blog here! We do not like this book.

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