Backwards to Oregon is a romantic novel about two people who are struggling with their own personal demons. They find comfort and love in each other, but ultimately must figure out how to conquer their fears in order to be together. This LGBTQ+ book is filled with humor, heartbreak, and hope.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone who loves a good romantic story with LGBTQ+ characters.
- The characters are well-developed and relatable
- The plot is interesting and unpredictable
- Jae’s writing is beautiful and evocative
- The characters are not very likable
- The story is unrealistic
- It’s poorly written
Learn more about the author
Jae is a queer Korean American writer based in Los Angeles. In addition to writing fiction, Jae also writes and produces theatre. Backwards to Oregon is their first novel.
“This is a beautifully written story about love, fear, and self-acceptance. It’s touching, funny, and poignant all at the same time.”
“Backwards to Oregon is a heartwarming and compelling novel that deals with some tough topics in a sensitive way. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it, and I’m sure others will too.”
“Amazing story with great characters. Loved it!”