Luna – Julie Anne Peters
Regan’s brother, Liam, can’t stand the person he is during the day. Like the moon from whom Liam has chosen his female namesake, his true self, Luna, reveals herself only at night. For years, Liam has transformed himself into the beautiful girl he longs to be with the help from his siter’s clothes and makeup in the secrecy of their basement bedrooms. Now, everything is about to change – Luna is preparing to emerge from her cocoon. But are Liam’s family and friends ready to welcome Luna into their lives?
2 Stars – it’s a struggle to finish the damn book
An experienced slush-pile reader doesn’t need more than a few seconds to see if a story has potential. You don’t need to eat all of a rotten egg to determine that it’s rotten.Gardner Dozois
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Lonely to Organdy – Ogeretsu Tanaka
The meeting of Haruto, who dreams of being a singer-songwriter, with Akira, sparked by a traffic accident—?!
When Haruto, a lonely singer who never sings, suddenly becomes able to see ghosts, he meets Akira, a ghost with the skin of organdy. Apprehension turns to friendship, and friendship turns to…?
You know how love stories that involve ghosts are usually pointless and heartbreaking as the ghost is bound to disappear sooner or later? This one made me cry.