Cemetery Boys, by Aiden Thomas

In Cemetery Boys, by Aiden Thomas, Yadriel struggles to prove his identity as a trans boy to his “conservative” family. Meanwhile, he calls up the ghost of Julian and tries to find his murderer. This had a fantastic premise, though I felt the action slowed considerably several times as Yadriel explored his identity. In short, I would like to give 4 stars for premise, but 3 stars for action. So I’ll settle on 3.5

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