ONE LAST STOP REVIEW

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Max Ackerman, Staff Writer

Casey McQuiston has done it again. They have written another fabulous book called One Last Stop. This is McQuiston’s second published book. They are a New York Times Bestselling Author for their book Red, White, & Royal Blue. So far, their books are considered New Adult Fiction and LGBTQ+ Literature. The two books are more mature than just a Young Adult Fiction novel. McQuiston is very open about their sexuality and gender identity. It is also very apparent that they are knowledgeable when it comes to relations between characters. 

One Last Stop follows the story of twenty-three-year-old August, who has just moved to New York for college.  August juggles having to travel across the city to attend her classes with a job she got at a twenty-four hour pancake house. When she was trying to catch the subway train to get to class, she tripped and spilled her coffee all over herself. That was when Jane appeared. Jane gave August the scarf that she was wearing to help hide the coffee stains. After that, seeing Jane on the train was the best part of August’s day. However, after a while, August notices something off about Jane. With a mystery to solve and a romance budding, August is determined to make the best of her time with Jane. Will August be able to solve the mystery that is Jane or will she fail? You’ll just have to read it to find out.

I think that One Last Stop was a really good read and I would definitely recommend it. If I had to rate it on a scale from one to ten, I would give it a 9/10. The beginning was a little confusing, but as I kept reading, it made a lot more sense. It was really well written with a storyline that was easy to follow. It had me on the edge of my seat almost the whole time. I can’t wait to read more books by Casey McQuiston.