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parker By spiderwebbed Completed

Jake Gallagher has always lead a particularly average life outside of the antics of his unconventional family. Average grades, average friends, and the average teenager's aversion to familial embarrassment, until his life takes a turn for the unexpected. Because sitting three rows and catercorner from Jake in his astronomy class is Skylar Glass. The insightful, attractive, interesting, starry-eyed juvenile delinquent, whose existence exceeds average in Jake's opinion. Skylar introduces Jake to the other side of life, gives him a new reason to look at the sky, and leaves a trail of stardust that prevents Jake's existence from ever being average again.

Featured; teen fiction #7 (Feb 29, '16)

NOTES: This story is gay-friendly. Reader discretion is advised.

TRIGGER WARNING: This story contains the use of drugs and alcohol, as well as themes of abuse, prostitution, and an allusion to non-consensual acts of sex.

  • abuse
  • addiction
  • alcohol
  • astronomy
  • boy
  • boyxboy
  • drugs
  • drunk
  • friends
  • friendship
  • loneliness
  • night
  • relationships
  • star
  • stardust
  • stars
  • taygetsthegay
  • teen
  • weneeddiversebooks
bluesteelspn bluesteelspn Dec 26, 2017
This is gonna be a fantastic story from this paragraph alone
jaguarflyer jaguarflyer Dec 31, 2017
Great now I’m aware of my own breathing AND BLINKING NOW AAAAAAAA
HertiaLight HertiaLight Dec 23, 2017
Y'know, english is my 2nd language. And I think I need to start jotting down all the new vocabs i found 😂
I feel as if I am in the story itself. The words feel like they just come alive after I read them running to my senses and making the story real.
LaziGeek LaziGeek Jan 16
Ive only just started to read this book. I think this is absolutly amazing. I have never, i repeat, never, read so thing as good as this...or ive read books fairly close to this level of awesomeness.  This is amazing. You r amazing. I love this. 😍😍😍Thank you for writing it.🤗🤗🤗
SazSnowy SazSnowy Jan 21
Viridescent - found a new fave word (though the definition is kind of underwhelming)