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Oseman, Alice - Solitaire

Oseman, Alice - Solitaire

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A captivating tale of friendship, self-acceptance, and the power of love to overcome challenges, Solitaire is a must-read for fans of Alice Oseman and Heartstopper.


For fans of Radio Silence and Heartstopper, Alice Oseman's debut novel, Solitaire, is a heartwarming and relatable story that will resonate with readers of all ages.

Tori Spring is a social outcast who prefers to observe the world from the sidelines rather than engage in it. She's content with her solitary existence, until she meets Michael Holden, the new boy in school, who challenges her to step out of her comfort zone.

As Tori and Michael grow closer, she starts to question her assumptions about love and friendship. She realizes that she's capable of more than she ever thought possible, and she's determined to embrace her true self.

LGBT Themes:

  • Coming-of-age story with LGBTQ+ characters
  • Exploration of themes such as identity, friendship, and self-acceptance
  • Positive portrayal of LGBTQ+ identities

Relevant Tags:

  • Young adult contemporary, LGBTQ+ representation, Coming-of-age, Friendship, Identity


  • Solitaire, Alice Oseman, Young Adult Fiction, Contemporary


  • Solitaire: A captivating tale of friendship, self-acceptance, and the power of love to overcome challenges.
  • Solitaire: Follow Tori's journey as she embraces her true self and finds happiness in unexpected places.
  • Solitaire: A heartwarming and relatable story for readers of all ages.
  • Solitaire: Immerse yourself in a world of friendship, self-discovery, and the courage to be yourself.


  • Solitaire, Alice Oseman, Young Adult Fiction, Contemporary, LGBTQ+ representation, Coming-of-age, Friendship, Identity, Self-acceptance, Tori Spring, Michael Holden, Social outcast, Stepping outside comfort zone

Title: Solitaire

Author: Alice Oseman

Genre: Young Adult Fiction, Contemporary

Pages: 288

Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers

Release Date: July 27, 2014

Weight: 460 grams (approximately)

Size: 14 x 21.5 x 3 cm (approximately)

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