Will Grayson, Will Grayson

10 Nov

A light read.

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Recently I read the book Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green and       David Levithan. I’ll take a moment and express my enthusiasm for John Green’s books and mention how awfully addictive and wonderful they are but a collaboration between two of the best writers writing today is something as glorious as Willy Wonka’s chocolate factory for chocoholics as it is for bookworms.

Basically the book revolves around two teenage boys, both named William Grayson, and how their lives cross paths and the aftereffects of it. Told from a dual perspective, this book is not only about their lives but also about the hardships of being different from others, teenage angst and struggling to fit in. One Will Grayson is depressed and lonely while the other is trying to make better decisions in the hopes of finding himself and pleasing people around him. The main feature of John…

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