Unless you’re living under a rock, you’ll know the Oscars aired this past weekend. But what you may not know is that The Gay Teen’s Guide to Defeating a Siren (Book 2) was actually among the nominees for best picture! Don’t believe me? Well, here’s proof:
In this harrowing tail, The Gay Teen’s Guide to Defeating a Siren goes up for auction. Only it’s a homophobic auction, and whoever buys the book plans on using it as a torture device. The book’s only chance is to fight back and prove that gay books are just as strong as straight books.
In Siren Thread, fashion designer Blaize Trales mourns the loss of a relationship with his parents after coming out. Obsessed with making amends with his mother, he secretly sews her name into everything he creates. Soon, he enters into a romantic courtship with Timothy Howeth, but has to bow out when the Siren gets involved and puts red socks in the laundry with all of Blaize’s creations.
Talk about a page turner! In The Book, Meryl Streep is the first female publisher who tries to get The Gay Teen’s Guide to Defeating a Siren published. However, due to its pro-gay material, people try to ban TGTGTDAS! The case ends up going to the supreme court and, well, you’ll have to watch the rest to see what happens.
Three Books Outside Ebbing, Missouri
Based on a true story, Three Books is about a 14-year-old who rents three billboards drawing attention to the fact the Siren’s identity remains unknown. The Siren secretly takes offense and brings Zimmerman’s Zealots into the mix as she tries to get the billboards taken down. Then other stuff happens and the movie ends either happy or sad.