Monday, April 26, 2010

Will Grayson, Will Grayson by David Levithan and John Green

While a bit confusing at first, I enjoyed the book. This is a humorous tale about two different Will Graysons who happen to meet one night. Their lives, of course, cross paths again and become intertwined leading to romance and a fabulous school musical.

Some sexual content, language, and talk of sexuality.

Reviewed by Colleen.
Reviewed from an advanced reader copy.


This book is about two teenagers with the same name but very different lives and how, when their paths cross, they change each others lives.

I loved this book. I enjoy when chapters switch from one point of view to another. The voices of teenagers can be a wide variety of things; funny, serious, ridiculous and mind bending. I specifically remember laughing out loud at some of the parts. The topics of love (both gay and straight), friendships, and just life in general were handled well for teenagers to connect to and understand.

Reviewed by Ashley.
Reviewed from an advanced reader copy.

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