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Two amazing authors, one amazing book

posted Feb 3, 2015, 11:28 AM by Michelle Willson
“Will Grayson, Will Grayson” by John Green and David Levithan is an amazing book. It is about two boys that both go by the name Will Grayson who meet up unexpectedly. Though they have the same name, they couldn't be more different.

Will one is more laid back and would rather say nothing than say something that would get him in trouble. Will one’s story normally consists of a girl named Jane and his large, ironically named friend, Tiny.

Will two was stressed out with school. His story was about him, his school life and his friends Maura and Isaac, a guy he met online. After setting up a place to meet Isaac in person, he meets Will one while waiting for Isaac, and his life gets complicated.

Their paths continue to cross throughout the entire book. Will one must deal with his inability to speak out when Will two starts hanging out with Tiny more, and after Will two learns that Isaac was not actually a man, he must decide whether it was a good or bad thing.

The book is confusing in the beginning if you don't know that the point of view switches off at every chapter from one Will to the other. I rate the book four out of five Cardinals because even though it starts out a little confusing it still is an amazing book that I recommend to read.

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