One Last Stop

 by, Casey McQuiston

Review by Janvi

One Last Stop is easily one of my favourite reads of 2021. It's a really wild, magical and snazzy book 🤌

We follow August, our main character who has been colleges time and time again to find a place that feels like home to her, which lands her in New York living in an apartment with a bunch of queer roommates. On her daily commute via the train, she meets the totally charasmatic Jane. Jane soon becomes the best part of August's day and developes a full time crush on her! ❤
The problem is..that Jane is always on the subway and her 70's ettire seems a bit weird. Turns out, Jane has been displaced from time and stuck on the subway since the 70's. Now it's on August and her roomates to do everything in their power to help Jane. 🌀

First of all, I absolutely LOVE the plot! It's fast paced and really keeps you hooked :D
Second, the characters are just perfect, i love them with all my heart and would die for them 😩
The main romance? SLAPS
The side romances? KILLS
The character development? PHENOMENAL 🙌

I laughed, I cried and I gushed! This book really was amazing and I'm so glad I read it. It was great to see chaotic bisexual representation here 😭

I especially loved learning more about Jane's and August's past. August's relationship with her mother and her coming into terms with her bisexuality. Jane's relationship with her parents and siblings, her vibrant life travelling, her experiences with homophobia and her fighting against it. ❤

In conclusion, y'all should read this book ASAP 😤

"Hey, Subway Girl."

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