The Summer I Wasn't Me

The Summer I Wasn't Me

Lexi has a secret.She never meant for her mom to find out. And now she's afraid that what's left of her family is going to fall apart for good.Lexi knows she can fix everything. She can change. She can learn to like boys. New Horizons summer camp has...






    The Summer I Wasn't Me Reviews

  • Giselle

    The Summer I Wasn't Me takes us into a religious de-gaying camp where Lexi is sent after her mother finds her journal. Not only is this story an important one in this day and age, especially for teena...

  • Sana

    2 1/2 starsThe Summer I wasn't me is about 17 years old Lexi who is sent away to a "de-gayifying" camp after her Christian mother finds out about her attraction to girls. I really enjoyed reading this...

  • Wendy Darling

    On principle, I support books with LGBT content because there's just not enough of them. And for the first 2/3s of the book, I thought this book was a cute, if lightweight, take on figuring out your i...

  • Jessica Verdi

    Obviously I'm biased. ;)...

  • Yeva

    This book is so important. LGBT+ and religion are VERY important topics and honestly I think we need more books about it. Lexi is gay and is sent to a de-gayifying camper after her Christian mother fi...

  • Melanie

    See more reviews at YA Midnight ReadsMini Review:I'm feeling rather conflicted on how I feel about The Summer I Wasn't Me. You see, throughout the entire time I was reading this, I was a ball of rage....

  • Ashley

    Nose Graze — Book reviews & blogging tips4.5 StarsI'm still trying to fully absorb this book. Normally I write my reviews immediately after I finish reading, but not with The Summer I Wasn't Me . T...

  • Krista Regester

    This was truly a roller coaster of emotions. I found myself tearing up, laughing aloud, angry, and sometimes annoyed. One of my favorite things about this book was how so many different perspectives a...

  • Joseph

    4.5 Review on my blog!...

  • Isamlq

    The Summer I Wasn’t Me is to put it simply: problematic. First, there’s a lack of urgency in certain matters. Second, there’s an oversimplification in certain other things -and not just who was ...