Will Grayson, Will Grayson
Publisher: Penguin Putnam
Edition language: English
The John Green part was great, but I didn't want to wade through the texting language part to get to the end.
I thought this book was charming, in the way most of the John Green books I've read are charming - you know, that the teenagers who inhabit it are people like those I'd know, only quicker witted, funnier, stupider, & somehow, braver. They're usually people I'd want to be friends with, instead of my...
So, I really loved this book. It was hilarious and the characters were well written. I sympathised with both Wills. I loved them and really cared about them. I wanted nothing but the best for them. The way this book is written in two perspectives adds to the pacing of the story which makes it hard t...
Remarkable both for its polished wit and intense compassion, this is a story about three things: honesty, bravery, and Tiny Cooper.Mostly Tiny Cooper, though. He's the comma between the dumbass Graysons, you see.Extravagantly emotional even in its hipster self-possession, this thing runs deep and wi...
I dropped one star from the rating because in the last 15% or so the book went all Glee on me. and i liked all lowercase will better.
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