debuted at the Sundance Film Festival, and follows Isobel (Zoe Chao), a newly-single, bisexual 20-something who rents out her spare room to an array of random tenants to try and keep her home.
Naturally, each newcomer has a little something to teach our heroine about herself, but there's nothing cliche about her journey of self-discovery, which is equal parts awkward and hilarious.
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I have been waiting twenty years for a book like this.
It should be required reading for any person even considering entering the dialogue about where the 'B' fits in the LGBT world.
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