Yes No Maybe So Epub Ú Yes No Epub / Ebook

Yes No Maybe So Epub Ú Yes No  Epub / Ebook New York Times bestselling authors Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed have crafted a resonant, funny, and memorable story about the power of love and resistance YESJamie Goldberg is cool with volunteering for his local state senate candidate as long as he s behind the scenes When it comes to speaking to strangers or, let s face it, speaking at all to almost anyone , Jamie s a choke artist There s no way he d ever knock on doors to ask people for their votes until he meets MayaMaya Rehman s having the worst Ramadan ever Her best friend is too busy to hang out, her summer trip is canceled, and now her parents are separating Why her mother thinks the solution to her problems is political canvassing with some awkward dude she hardly knows is beyond herYBE SOGoing door to door isn t exactly glamorous, but maybe it s not the worst thing in the world After all, the polls are getting closer and so are Maya and Jamie Mastering local activism is one thing Navigating the cross cultural romance of the century is another thing entirely

10 thoughts on “Yes No Maybe So

  1. chai ♡ chai ♡ says:

    Who needs extreme sports when news of new book releases by my favorite authors give meadrenaline than I will ever need for the rest of my life

  2. may ❀ may ❀ says:

    aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa here comes a rant SPOILER WARNING I m talking spoilers for the romantic pairing, NOT the election results but lbr, it s a ya contemp, we all know how the romance ends Identity its really difficult to put my feelings into words because I absolutely DON T want to discount anyone s identity and I m sure the authors didn t mean to bring any harm when writing this book But I m just so tired of popular media pus

  3. Warda Warda says:

    EDIT And now that I hear that there is some kind of falling for a non Muslim white boy trope saviour in this, I m not bothering I m BORED and FRUSTRATED with the publishing world constantly choosing to produce one sided narratives of Muslims.I m not even the type that will dismiss a book because of others But this nonsense has happened one too many times So now I have become one of those There s part of me that is gagging for this

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

    4.5 stars Read this entire book during my red eye to Philly bc I could NOT put it down This was so, so good and I am so happy to have finally loved a book from Becky Albertalli again I also especially loved the chapters written by Aisha Saeed and I DEF need to readbooks from her immediately This was honestly just great.

  5. sarah xoxo sarah xoxo says:

    I thought going in that this would be a sweet, summery romance with a little bit of political discourse sprinkled in It was, but it was also relevant, engaging and realistic The romance took a back seat to the friendship and political aspects, which I loved It had something for everyone, from relatable characters, to diversity in terms of race and religion to fighting for what you believe in I love how this book put our characters into situations

  6. may ➹ may ➹ says:

    I live my life by simple rules I see Becky Albertalli I read itupdate I LOVE THIS COVER

  7. Larry H Larry H says:

    4.5 stars.Becky Albertalli s latest collaboration, Yes No Maybe So this time with Aisha Saeed , is a lighthearted love story which deals with weighty issues, yet it is endearing and sweet Some people are meant to change history And some people are meant to change out of their vomity interview clothes Jamie Goldberg has political aspirations but knows he ll never achieve them since he doesn t do well under pressure That s not an understatement he once referred to

  8. Elyse Walters Elyse Walters says:

    Sooooooo.This is what politics looks like in the eyes of our not quite old enough to vote , teens Who knew volunteering canvassing could be so romantic Personally I don t see anything romantic about our elections come November in the states.But in Yes No Maybe So , Jamie and Maya do Two adorable teens a Jew and Muslim awkward, shy, perky cute, and na ve.come together during election year The satiric dialogue adds lightness and humor I hate that word Mingle I mean Sooooo

  9. C.G. Drews C.G. Drews says:

    I totally flew through this adorkable story of first loves and politics and two teens standing up for what they believe in That is actually a hard thing to do like stand your ground when being gaslit, either for your emotions or your political views And the book did weave in this amongst a loudly loving story with crushes and awkward anxious moments and messy families and the heartache of friendship breakups plus there s super fun banter and dialogue It didn t come across too p

  10. Christy Christy says:

    3.5 stars I was so looking forward to this one and when I saw it was listed as the YA BOTM pick, I ordered it right away and read it immediately I liked it It was a fast paced, addicting read, and I loved both of the main characters The romance aspect, though not the forefront, was great and I enjoyed the writing I did struggle to connect with a lot of the story and it was soooooo heavy on the politics, which while I agree is an important topic, I didn t want to read 400 pages about it

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