Book 10 of my 2020 Reading Challenge
read from January 27 - 31
Will Grayson, Will Grayson
by John Green & David Levithan
Summary (via the book jacket)
Even though I knew there were two Will Graysons it still took me a minute to realize that the chapters alternated between their points of view. If I didn't know the premise of the book I would've been thoroughly confused; instead, I caught on after a few chapters and was only mildly confused in the beginning.
This book gave me an escape and was a reminder of all the best parts of reading. Even though the teens were too eloquent to be believed and Tiny was too good to be true at times, the dialogue was so quote-worthy that I was all in and loved the ride. What made it a 4 star (still really, really good) read was that it was a bit too much in both directions - the drop at the end was sudden and ruined the "young love" buzz that was feeding my endorphins.
Quote from the Book
"The English language has a long and storied history. And in all that time, no one has ever asked a "random question" about "epiphanies" for "no reason." "Random questions" are the least random of all questions."