Fifteen Hundred Miles From The Sun: A Novel

June 8, 2021|
Fifteen Hundred Miles From The Sun: A Novel by Jonny Garza Villa
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A poignant, funny, openhearted novel about coming out, first love, and being your one and only best and true self.

Julián Luna has a plan for his life: Graduate. Get into UCLA. And have the chance to move away from Corpus Christi, Texas, and the suffocating expectations of others that have forced Jules into an inauthentic life.

Then in one reckless moment, with one impulsive tweet, his plans for a low-key nine months are thrown—literally—out the closet. The downside: the whole world knows, and Jules has to prepare for rejection. The upside: Jules now has the opportunity to be his real self.

Then Mat, a cute, empathetic Twitter crush from Los Angeles, slides into Jules’s DMs. Jules can tell him anything. Mat makes the world seem conquerable. But when Jules’s fears about coming out come true, the person he needs most is fifteen hundred miles away. Jules has to face them alone.

Jules accidentally propelled himself into the life he’s always dreamed of. And now that he’s in control of it, what he does next is up to him.

Jonny Garza Villa is a product of the great state of Texas, born and raised along the Gulf Coast, and a decade-long resident of San Antonio. Jonny is an author of contemporary young adult fiction that maintains a brand of being proudly Latinx, and the most queer, and embracing the power and beauty of the chaotic gay. Fifteen Hundred Mi...
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Title:Fifteen Hundred Miles From The Sun: A Novel
Format:Paperback
Product dimensions:354 pages, 8.25 X 5.5 X 1 in
Shipping dimensions:354 pages, 8.25 X 5.5 X 1 in
Published:June 8, 2021
Publisher:Amazon Publishing
Language:English
Appropriate for ages:All ages
ISBN - 13:9781542027045

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