Nothing Pink - Mark Hardy At first glance this seems like another "problem novel" about a gay teenager with a disapproving Christian family. But what I liked about this book is that rather than rejecting religion entirely, at the end, the main character figures that if God wanted him to be straight, it would have happened already, so God must love him the way he is. I bet there are some kids out there who would benefit from a book that says you don't have to choose between spirituality and sexuality.