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Super Fake Love Song

By Amanda Nojadera, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Hilarious romcom highlights communication and integrity.

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David Yoon's hilarious romantic comedy explores family, friendship, and identity, making it a must-read for teens. Readers will love Sunny's and Cirrus's sweet yet slightly predictable relationship, plus all the awkward situations Sunny finds himself in as he tries to keep up his fake rock star persona. Although there are many laugh-out-loud moments, a few poignant scenes reveal that many of the characters desperately want to feel accepted by their peers and families and remind readers to avoid judging people based on their appearances. As Super Fake Love Song progresses, teens will recognize the importance of honest communication, integrity, and staying true to yourself.

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