Heartstopper: Volume Three takes place in Paris, where our core cast is taking a school trip. There are even more revelations about their love life as they learn more about each other! Some of the most enjoyable stories are those that a reader can connect with on a personal level. This third volume is about being in love and happy with who you are and how your relationships develop over time. Nick and Charlie’s adventures throughout Paris help us see that as long as you keep an open mind, anything can happen when you truly commit to making it happen.
In this volume of Heartstopper, we’ll see the gang go on a school trip to Paris! Not only are Nick and Charlie navigating a new city, but they are also telling more people about their relationship AND learning more about the challenges each other is facing in private. Plus: we’re back in the States for Charlie’s first Pride parade. It’s going to be amazing!
In the third volume of this series, the Heartstopper gang goes on a school trip to Paris. It’s there that Nick and Charlie must navigate a new city, tell more people about their relationship, and learn more about the challenges each other is facing in private.
About Heartstopper: Volume Three Book
In this volume we’ll see the Heartstopper gang go on a school trip to Paris! Not only are Nick and Charlie navigating a new city, but also telling more people about their relationship AND learning more about the challenges each other are facing in private…
Meanwhile Tao and Elle will face their feelings for each other, Tara and Darcy share more about their relationship origin story, and the teachers supervising the trip seem… rather close.
The volume itself was really cute. Overall it’s fantastic that we get so much queer rep, even if some narrow-minded people might call it unrealistic. It makes me happy to see ace, trans, gay, bi, lesbian, and more characters living and loving and flourishing. It makes me happy to see a healthy discussion about sexuality, relationships and mental health. I love that these books are on bookshelves in stores and libraries and teenagers have access to them, can learn from them, see themselves in them, find hope in them.