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Review: Will Grayson, Will Grayson
Will Grayson, Will Grayson is the novel written by 2 authors, John Green and David Levithan. It tells about two young men, named Will Grayson and Will Grayson, completely and utterly opposites are both growing up and going to high school in or around Chicago, and then, one evening, the cross paths, their life change. The story goes back and forth from the prespective of each characters every other chapter. One of Will Grayson is a nerdy who lives life not really caring by much. He seem rather bland and his narration is spiced up by Jane, the girl he grows to appreciate and crush on, and Tiny Cooper his bestfriend who is a gay. And the other Will Grayson is a sarcastic adolescent who take pills for depression, Will fails to connect with the people in his life, but except Isaac, his online friend who Will actually in love with.
It is a novel about love. Finding love, falling in love, platonic love, familial love, and self love.
This book has got its share of accolades but its also got a lot flack for the cheesiness of the ending. Everything that happens cluminates in the performance of the gayest musical. The character of Tiny Cooper brought so much fun in this story. And the book tells so much about friendship "Being in a relationship, that's something you choose. Being friend, that's something you are" (John Green/David Levithan 260). The first Will Grayson father adds so much to the story too. When his Dad appear and remind me how important good parents are. Sometimes just being there or saying I Love You can make all the difference in a child life. The one thing that maybe everyone can't...