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What's in a name? A pretty fantastic book idea, for starters. At heart, Will Grayson, Will Grayson is about a couple of kids figuring out how to be themselves. Two of those kids happen to have the same name, and not much in common outside of that, but their serendipitous friendship sets the stage for a much larger, braver, and more candid story than the simplicity of the plot might suggest. The relevance for teens here is clear--high school is the only time in your life when you have the undivided opportunity to obsess over your every move, sentence, and outfit change--but the part about understanding who you are doesn't stop when you graduate. That's what makes Will Grayson, Will Grayson as interesting a pick for adults as it is for teens: the questions don't get simpler, but looking at them through the eyes of a 16-year-old brings a welcome sense of honesty and humor to this thing called life. No one's ever too old to enjoy that. --Anne Bartholomew
Funny, rude and original New York Times A terrific high-energy tale Booklist --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product Description
Started off strong, but fizzled out by the end. I also didn't like the way David Levithan's chapters were written without proper capitalization, etc.Published 4 months ago by Erica
Touches on many popular issues high school students face today. More of a novel geared towards high school aged teens as opposed to someone my age. Read morePublished 4 months ago by KR Strong
I bought this for my daughter, who is an avid reader. She got through it in 2 days.. just loved it.Published 4 months ago by Jewel
Wonderful book! John Green is a wonderful writer, a 'must' read for everyone!Published 12 months ago by Sandra Larocque
Bought for my younger sister and she uses John Green's books for her personal learning.
Very nice perspective and easy to comprehend.
Good read for all ages!
John Green is a great author, but if you're planning on reading him for the first time, skip on over to 'The Fault in Our Stars'. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Douglas
Liked the teenage characters. Liked the way the book was set up.I liked the themes and the execution of the story.Published on June 9 2013 by Burchy
The uniqueness of this novel, written from two authors was engaging, enlightening and a bit of a nail biter! A great vacay book.Published on Jan. 17 2013 by Photobug