Parnassus Books is pleased to offer our customers the opportunity to pre-order signed and/or personalized copies of The Last Boyfriends Rules for Revenge by Matthew Hubbard. The Last Boyfriends Rules for Revenge will be published on April 30th, 2024. Read on for important ordering information, as well as more details about the book!
Signed preorders will come with an enamel pin and a bookmark (while supplies last). Expedited shipping is required to receive the enamel pin.
All pre-orders can be signed or personalized by Matthew Hubbard at no additional cost. If you would like your book personalized, please include the name to whom you would like your book personalized in the comments section of your order. The deadline for signed pre-orders is April 27th, 2024.
About The Last Boyfriends Rules for Revenge
A queer coming-of-age about three teenage boys in small town Alabama who set out to get revenge on their ex-boyfriends and end up starting a student rebellion. Perfect for fans of Becky Albertalli and Jason June!
Ezra Hayes has always felt like a background character compared to BFFs Lucas and Finley. He would do anything to be seen as a romantic lead, even if it means keeping his boyfriend, Presley, a secret. But when he discovers that Presley is a lying cheater, and his best friends are having boy problems of their own, they want revenge.
Their plans to get even involve sabotaging the largest party of the year, entering a drag competition, and even having Ezra run against his ex for Winter Formal King. Then the school district starts to actively censor queer voices with their Watch What You Say initiative. Taking to TikTok to vent frustrations, Ezra begins "The Last Boyfriends Student Rebellion."
Between ex-boyfriend drama and navigating viral TikTok fame, Ezra realizes this rebellion is about something more important than revenge. It's a battle cry to fight back against outdated opinions and redefine what it means to be queer in small town Alabama.
About Matthew Hubbard
Matthew Hubbard writes the kind of stories he wished he'd had as a teen in rural Alabama. He grew up on a mountaintop farm and knows more than he is willing to admit about small towns. He studied English, marketing, and psychology in college. When he isn't writing, Matthew can be found on a hike in search of breathtaking views, reading as many books as he can get his hands on, and cheering for his favorite hockey team. He lives in Chattanooga with his husband, their dogs Layla and Phillip, and Jay Gatsby the cat. Last Boyfriends is his first novel.