In Kiss & Tell, a teen boy named Cyrus falls for a girl he knows only as “N.” N is smart and beautiful – but she’s also tough and guarded. As they get to know each other better, Cyrus gradually breaks through N’s barriers. He learns her secrets and her story. But just when things seem to be going well between them, tragedy strike In Kiss & Tell, a teen boy named Cyrus falls for a girl he knows only as.
For who is this book for ?
Kiss & Tell is a teen book because the main characters are teenagers. The story centers around Cyrus and N, two high school students who fall in love. They share their secrets with each other and eventually become very close. However, just when it seems like things are going well for them, tragedy strikes.
- The author does a great job at creating characters that are easy to relate to.
- The dialogue is realistic and relatable.
- Despite being a romance, the book has surprisingly deep themes.
- The book might be slow for some people.
- It might also be sad for others. 3
- It is possible that the ending will leave readers wanting more.
Learn more about the author
Adib Khorram is a Persian-American author, cartoonist, and podcaster. He was raised in Kansas City, Missouri. His debut novel DREAMING SPIES (Dial Books for Young Readers) was published in 2016.
“Cyrus is one of the most lovable protagonists I’ve read in a while. He’s warm, funny, and smart–the perfect friend anyone would want. N herself is complex and multi-layered; her motivations are always unclear, making for an intriguing reading experience.”
“Kiss & Tell is a beautifully written novel about first love and loss. Adib Khorram has crafted a remarkable story that will stay with me for a long time.”
“This book was amazing! It had everything I love in a story- romance, mystery and suspense.”
“Kiss & tells poignant and powerful story about a boy who falls in love with a girl he knows only as N. It’s realistic, gritty, and doesn’t shy away from the difficult topics it tackles. Full of emotion and heart, this is one you won’t want to miss.”