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Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me All Freddy Riley wants is for Laura Dean to stop breaking up with herThe day they got together was the best one of Freddy's life but nothing's made sense since Laura Dean is popular funny and SO CUTE but she can be really thoughtless even mean Their on again off again relationship has Freddy's head spinning — and Freddy's friends can't understand why she keeps going backWhen Freddy consults the services of a local mystic the mysterious Seek Her she isn't thrilled with the advice she receives But something's got to give Freddy's heart is breaking in slow motion and she may be about to lose her very best friend as well as her last shred of self respect Fortunately for Freddy there are new friends and the insight of advice columnist Anna Vice to help her through being a teenager in loveMariko Tamaki and Rosemary Valero O'Connell bring to life a sweet and spirited tale of young love that asks us to consider what happens when we ditch the toxic relationships we crave to embrace the healthy ones we need

10 thoughts on “Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me

  1. Emma Giordano Emma Giordano says:

    I finished this book in one sitting but I did not enjoy it as much as I hoped I think I may have set my expectations a bit high and somewhere this book did not intend to goCW toxic relationships view spoiler abortion hide spoiler

  2. Zoë Zoë says:

    I loved the rep the art style and that it explored toxic relationships but the actual story was kind of all over the place It was okay

  3. Elle (ellexamines) Elle (ellexamines) says:

    4 12 stars When you are a teenager it is very easy to fall into the trap of believing you must settle for the love you can get rather than love you deserve If someone chooses to date you especially if you are just a little less popular just a little less Good you choose them even if they treat you badly and take you for granted at every moment And it is very easy to convince yourself that ditching your friends for your significant other is some kind of justifiable act because you're doing it all for LoveTM the important thing When that action is described it is easy to make it sound ridiculous But there is a core of low self esteem to the act of leaving friends for a partner and it is common than we talk about or another way to put this someone want to tell me why the last chapter of this made me cry on my bed at 1000 pm?I mean I don't know exactly what else to say The illustration here was very very beautiful done in stunning black and white I constantly need these discussions of toxic relationships between sapphics in graphic novel form also thank you for my life this cover designer and the publisher for providing me with this excellent arc TW abortion pedophilia emotional abuse Blog | Goodreads | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube

  4. Ariel Ariel says:

    I LOVE THIS BOOK It's beautiful and heartbreaking and infuriating and wonderful I was flipping through my 2019 reads and realized I forgot to mark it down I read it during the Reading Rush and honestly that whole week is kind of a blur but I loved this so much Everyone needs to know It's amazing

  5. Chloe Chloe says:

    the truth is breakups are usually messy the way people are messy the way life is often messy it's okay for a breakup to feel like a disaster it doesn't feel okay but i assure you it is okay it's also true that you can break up with someone you still love because those two things are not distinct territories love and not loving any loved this so much trigger warnings cheating abortion

  6. Lala BooksandLala Lala BooksandLala says:

    It's not you it's me Sorry to this bookRead as book 6 of 30 for my 30 day reading challenge

  7. Alice Oseman Alice Oseman says:

    This gets full stars for the art style alone I'm so amazed by the uality of these lines I'm someone who has no patience for detail and lives by loose lines so I'm always impressed by art like this which is so smooth and detailed yet still so character focused It must have taken so long to create The story was great too but the art really blew me away

  8. Thomas Thomas says:

    I turn 24 this Saturday and this book feels like the best early birthday present ever I cried for five minutes in my office at work after I finished it The book's themes of toxic relationships and healthy ones self worth and what we seek when we lack it and the painful wisdom of growing up all resonated with me to my very core The gorgeous black white and pink illustrations helped immerse me in the story as wellBacking up the story follows Freddy Riley a high school student who's dating Laura Dean the most popular girl in school Laura Dean with her confidence charisma and good looks seems like Freddy's dream girl The only issue with their relationship Laura Dean may not treat Freddy all that well With the help of her best friend Doodle Freddy searches for guidance from Seek Her a mysterious medium as well as Anna Vice an advice columnist But as Freddy's relationship with Laura Dean gets intense in all the wrong ways Freddy finds herself still going back to Laura Dean even at the cost of her friendship with Doodle Freddy will have to look both deep within herself as well as outside to those who can see her relationship with Laura Dean with clarity so she can choose what will work best for her heart and the hearts of those she cares aboutI love how this graphic novel portrays love unhealthy love love that dissipates between friends and love that reemerges when one puts in the effort The story itself is super simple no huge or intricate plot twists at all Yet the earnest characterization and the high uality of the illustrations made the emotions evoked by Freddy's journey run so deep I really felt like I felt everything Freddy felt the desire for Laura Dean even when it hurt Freddy herself the guilt Freddy experienced when she realized how she herself messed up and the eventual victory of the story's ending My heart feels so full of warmth when I think about how young people will have access to this book's excellent messages about toxic relationships and what it takes to act as a caring considerate friendI came across this book right when I needed to Though it's a young adult read the themes and emotions are universal the strength of longing and desire the importance of communication in relationships and what it takes to let go of people who stop you from loving yourself As I approach 24 I'm still learning and reminding myself to focus my love and my heart on people who give to me as much as I give to them With its ueer representation immense compassion and deeply meaningful message Laura Dean Keeps Breaking Up with Me has skyrocketed to the top of my favorite 2019 reads

  9. emma emma says:

    25The pros of reading graphic novels pretty art uick funThe cons of reading graphic novels I have never even once read one that made me feel like the plot or characters were full Even remotely Even at allOkay the above claim is a slight exaggeration because I trade in hyperbole but it is ONLY SLIGHT There has probably been one exception which is Nimona a book I read in 2016 And the validity of my opinions expires after two years so We can’t even trust thatThis particular graphic novel felt especially half done to me because it tries to do so much It tries to cover toxic relationships of both the romantic and platonic variety abuse abortion manipulation self worthand it all felt forced and rushed to me Each of these topics would basically be introduced over and over and over in repetitive scenes and then at the end they were fixed This meant our main character Freddy is depicted like a caricature of a bad friend We see her friends and family members in weird flashes so they seem flatter than flat She falls for the same lies in her relationship again and again which would maybe be believable than the absurd degree to which she is selfish and not there for the people around her if we saw her really in love but we don’t We’re told she is and expected to believe itI like my stories shown to me not told The irony is that graphic novels are visual anyway and yet that never happensI know this book meant a lot to a lot of people and I’m glad Seeing our experiences represented on the page can be the most powerful part of reading But while I expected to relate to this book I didn’t Because none of it felt realBottom line The strongest emotion I had while reading this was appreciation for the art every once in a while i think why don't i read graphic novels??? and then i read one and am immediately reminded of why i don't read graphic novelsreview to come am suddenly ONLY interested in reading contemporary graphic novels with pretty covers and prettier art thanks to first second for the ARC

  10. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) says:

    The art was STUNNING but the plot did nothing super special for me Meh

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