One Last Stop, A Review By Jana

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One Last Stop
By Casey McQuiston
Narrated by Natalie Naudus

12 hours, 11 minutes
Published 06/01/21 by Macmillan Audio

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5 subways

Casey McQuiston’s follow up to Red, White, and Royal Blue is just as steamy and sweet.

Our story starts with twenty-three-year-old August trying to find a room to rent in New York City. She has moved for a fresh start and to finish her college degree. August needs no one and nothing (which she proves by sleeping on an air mattress for way too long).

And then she meets Subway Girl. Jane.

All I know of New York City, I learned from Rent. If you love books with a diverse cast of lovably kooky characters – this is the romance for you. If you like found families, this is the book for you. And if you like a little magical realism to spice up your story, THIS IS THE BOOK FOR YOU.

If you know Casey McQuiston because you loved “Red, White, and Royal Blue,” but are wondering, “Is this going to be as good?” It is. The entirety of this book feels like that trip Alex and Henry and their friends snuck off on in the middle of RWaRB. Plus all of those swoon-worthy moments you crave in a romance.

I absolutely fell in love with all of these characters. The romance was *chef’s kiss*. I binge listened to the audiobook in about two days – I’m not sure how healthy that is but it was very fun. The narrator is FANTASTIC! Thank you @netgalley and @macmillan.audio for my Advanced Listener Copy – you made my day!

If audiobooks aren’t your thing – you can also include it as an add-on in your Book of the Month box this month!

-Jana

 

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