The Great American Whatever by Tim Federle
Quinn Roberts is a screenwriter. In fact, he’d already written the screenplay of his life: write movies, have his sister direct, become famous. But when his sister died in a car crash, Quinn couldn’t figure out how to go on. Six months later he hardly even leaves the house anymore. Then his best friend Geoff drags him to a party, and Quinn meets a handsome guy that makes him think it might be time to get back into the real world. But there are secrets that might make that harder than it should be, including the secret Quinn is keeping from himself.
Enough light-hearted humor to carry you through the darkest times, this book is recommended for high school and up.
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