"A poignant, gemlike novel about grief, regret, and loneliness. Tegan's story is emotionally vivid, poetically crafted, and utterly moving."
—Kathleen Glasgow, New York Times-bestselling author of Girl In Pieces
"Val Emmich's Maybe We're Electric is a beautifully rendered portrait of two complicated teens who find the secrets to unlocking their authentic selves through an unexpected connection. Written with tenderness and heart, this is a book that will light readers up."
—Abdi Nazemian, author of Stonewall Honor book Like a Love Story
"Emmich captures the excruciating self-consciousness and lacerating self-talk of adolescence, magnified and relentlessly scrutinized through social media ... An immersive, compassionate tale about coming of age in a single night."—Booklist