Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda is a light-hearted novel about a teenage boy's online relationship with a mysterious boy from his school. I enjoyed the ambiguous nature of their budding romance and loved Simon attempting to piece together the clues "Blue" left for him.
Though the blackmail aspect grew tiring, I was happy Martin didn't turn out to be the love interest.
If this had been published when I was in high school, I believe I would have enjoyed it more. As a 28-year-old mother of two writing a YA romance, this didn't live up to my expectations--especially after all the hype the book and movie received.
Nevertheless, I'd recommend the novel to younger LGBTQ+ readers looking to see themselves in print.