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    Number One New York Times Best Seller

    “Messily human and sincerely insightful.” (Kirkus Reviews)

    The highly anticipated sequel to the critically acclaimed, multiple award-winning novel Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe is an achingly romantic, tender tale sure to captivate fans of Adam Silvera and Mary H.K. Choi.

    In Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, two boys in a border town fell in love. Now, they must discover what it means to stay in love and build a relationship in a world that seems to challenge their very existence.

    Ari has spent all of high school burying who he really is, staying silent and invisible. He expected his senior year to be the same. But something in him cracked open when he fell in love with Dante, and he can’t go back. Suddenly he finds himself reaching out to new friends, standing up to bullies of all kinds, and making his voice heard. And, always, there is Dante, dreamy, witty Dante, who can get on Ari’s nerves and fill him with desire all at once.

    The boys are determined to forge a path for themselves in a world that doesn’t understand them. But when Ari is faced with a shocking loss, he’ll have to fight like never before to create a life that is truthfully, joyfully his own.

    ©2021 Benjamin Alire Sáenz. All rights reserved. (P)2021 Simon & Schuster Inc. All rights reserved.

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    • Tamiko Rothhorn
    • 01/12/2021

    loved it!

    great coming of age story and a great performance too by Lin Manuel Miranda!

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    • donnie sndyer
    • 28/11/2021

    Stories seared into my heart and soul

    Aristotle & Dante has been a story written on my soul for my entire adult life. I cried when I saw there was a sequel. It was beautiful. Truly beautiful. Thank you so much for bringing my dear friends back for another wonderful novel

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    • alsimvilla
    • 25/11/2021

    Loved This!

    Loved this return to the Aristotle and Dante universe. I was nervous in the beginning and feared it was going to be corny. However I was wrong. I loved the character development of Aristotle and Dante. I loved how we got to learn more about their lives and loved that we got to know Gina and Susie more. I loved the ending and hope to get another adventure with Aristotle and Dante.

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    • Utilisateur anonyme
    • 22/11/2021

    Ari & Dante

    The way that Lin brought these characters to life made me obsessed. As a college student I don’t have much time to read a book but I can listen anywhere and this book was just brought into my world and so relatable.

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    • Miss Amy
    • 17/11/2021

    A blessing for everyone who survived 2020.

    Short version, if you listened to and loved the first book, get into this book right away! If you didn’t enjoy listening to the first book, I don’t understand you. If you haven’t heard the first book yet, GO DO THAT NOW.
    This isn’t a sequel that can stand alone. The first book is vital to growing your love for these characters (and I’m so glad the author didn’t waste much space rehashing that story).
    I don’t want to spoil the experience, so I can’t really say why I think this book set 1987-88 is so precious to a world that survived 2020. But I feel like the author and reader just gave my heart 15 hours of first aid. I’m so so grateful.

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    • FutureLibrarian92
    • 17/11/2021

    love, amazing

    Absolutely beautiful. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. There were some serious conversations, some very funny moments, a part that made me cry, and my love for Ari & Dante just kept growing.

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    • Sally Vargas
    • 15/11/2021

    not perfect but perfectly imperfect

    Benjamin Alice Sáenz writes characters that Lin-Manuel Miranda is able to breath life into with just his voice.
    A truly magical story I wish I had read at 16.
    Maybe love conquers just about anything?

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    • Melissa R. Ford
    • 15/11/2021

    Screw Catcher in the Rye, read these instead.

    Every so often a book, or set of books, comes along that changes your life, or soothes an ache you hadn’t known was there. That was what these two books have done for me.

    Everyone, regardless of age, gender, or sexual orientation can find something to relate to.

    Like Ari I know what’s it’s like to feel so much, to want to say so much, and not be able to. I know what’s it’s like to feel undeserving of the love and affection of those I care about more than life itself - and like Ari, through my own journey through life, I’ve come to know just how wrong I’ve been.

    ***light spoilers below***

    Aristotle and Dante would have been about 43 years old on June 26, 2015 when marriage become legal for all in all 50 states. They would be about 49 today. I’d like to think that they made it. That their love transcended all of the obstacles they faced and that somewhere out there in a desert in Texas in a spot so dear to them both they spend their wedding anniversary gazing up at the stars.

    Lin-Manuel’s narration is as beautiful a work of art as the story itself.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 13/11/2021

    Great Book great Author bad reader

    I loved everything about the book. Benjamin’s Alire Saenz knows how to write a great book. So touching. Worst part of the reading was the Spanish words weren’t Chicano read.

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    • Leah Brock
    • 31/10/2021

    Perfect Story and Narration

    Coming-of-age stories have been a decades-long obsession for me. I love them so much, I can’t stay away. The sequel to the brilliant ‘Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe’ hits me right in the feels.

    Like the philosopher he’s named for, Ari is searching for his place in the greater world. He and Dante are together and negotiating this new aspect of their relationship, while also navigating what this means for their futures. Will their relationship survive growing up?

    Heart-wrenchingly poignant and promisingly hopeful, Benjamin Allire Saenz reminds readers of the terrifying and thrilling feelings before jumping from the precipice of adulthood.

    Lin-Manuel Miranda returns to deliver another stellar performance in this Aristotle and Dante sequel.

    Highly recommended.