Will Grayson, Will Grayson

Will Grayson, Will Grayson - 'John Green',  'David Levithan' Okay, so I’m still not entirely sure how I feel about this book, but I’ll try to review it anyway.

I really loved this book when I first started reading it. It was funny, clever, and held my attention. Then I got to somewhere in the middle of the book and had a sort of “oh my god, wait, what?” moment. It was so intense that I had to go back and skim the first half in order to figure out what was going on. I feel like most people would have noticed that the book was from two different perspectives (they alternate chapters), but I apparently completely missed that memo. Which may have been due to the fact that I was reading this at around 2 am, but still.

I sort of started to lose interest toward the end. The plot got more complicated, and harder to follow. I also never really cared all that much about the characters. I liked that they gave Tiny more depth as the story progressed, but I felt like the other characters were never really that interesting.

Overall, though, it was actually a pretty good book.