I saw myself when I read this book. Yet, I wasn't in a small town, like Astrid Jones. Sure, my teenage years were rocky — my friends turning on me after I came out, the secrets building that seem like disaster, and worst of all... no one to understand because you barely understand yourself. Ask the Passengers is long overdue. A.S. King kills it with her latest novel, bringing a modern twist to the already classic coming out story. I only wish this type of literature was around during those troubling years when I didn't think things were going to get better. - Krysten
When a new girl named Sara arrives in Miss Bird's dance class, Mia and Ruby show Sara exactly how to do their dance. But when Sara puts her own twist on every move, the girls aren't sure how to react. Full color.