Book Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson


Another late post. Been busy with the work transition, but here’s my review of Green and Levithan’s YA novel Will Grayson, Will Grayson.

This is a book about two Will Graysons. Green’s Grayson and Levithan’s Grayson. The story is about the two Grayson’s, their struggles, and how a single person help bring them together in understanding how important friendship is.

To be honest, I love this novel. It is very rude, upfront and honest. Green’s Grayson shows a person who is afraid of getting involved and in the process blocks off everyone around him. While Levithan’s Grayson is depressed and is still trying to discover who he really is. But the star of the book for me is Tiny.  A loud, honest, flamboyant character that I’m sure readers will just love.

This is my last John Green novel, because I’ve read all, and this is one of my favorites. The collaboration with Levithan made Will Grayson, Will Grayson a jem amongst any other YA books. It is a bit different from the usual YA books, different from Green’s novels, different from any other book I have read.

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