starlady: Feminist Hulk ponder capitalism's complicity in patriarchy: Hulk smash for free (hulk smash for free)
Horner, Emily. A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend. New York: Dial Books, 2010.

Disclaimer: I am personally acquainted with the author. But I'd think this book was as awesome as it is even if I didn't know her from Eve.

So, A Love Story Starring My Dead Best Friend. One sentence review: Does what it says on the tin, and it's awesome.

The longer version )
So, in conclusion: Quakerism, queerness, biking, ninjas, fake blood, musical theater, what more could you want? Go read it now, seriously.

(Also, note to SFF: if YA can show that it is this easy to incorporate social justice and protagonists who aren't either straight or white or thin or normative but who nonetheless not defined by their non-normativity into great books, there's no reason for you not to step up, IJS.)

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