My review of Don't Ask, Don't Tell by T.R. Stoddard
Ebook: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell
Author: T.R. Stoddard
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Summary: Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell is an anti-gay policy sweeping the Bible Belt portion of the nation. Freshman journalism student Rachael Ainsley goes undercover as a high school senior named Cassie Rae for a tell-all exposé, hoping to drastically alter the Gay Rights Movement. She instantly befriends the gayest boy in school. Imagine his surprise when he finds out who she really is. Can she stick to her deadline, or will she be discovered before she has a chance to change the lives of the students attending Mooreville High?
I enjoyed this book quite a lot, I was unsure at first whether I would enjoy this book, but I did, I truly did, The author has written this very well, Rachael Ainsley is a freshman journalist who goes undercover at a high school, under the name of Cassie, she befriends the gayest guy in school, she is writing an expose on the anti gay policy Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell, Rachael is my new hero, she is doing this for such a great cause, I love how this book was written, the author is very sympathetic to the gay movement, she seems to understand the trauma that these students are going through, I have never heard of this policy, but then I am from the UK, but it is something I hope we never have to put up with over here, I am really happy with the ending of the book, I did have some weepy moments in this book and you will know what I mean, when you read it, I love a good cry, there were a few spelling mistakes, but nothing that took anything away from the story, no one is perfect, it does not worry me when I read spelling mistakes in a book, you should not let it worry you, this is a great read, especially if you would like to more about this policy and how it can affect young gay people in your community, 4.5/5
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