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Oh my goodness, it was so good. I don’t often read realistic fiction for fun, but I love John Green and David Levithan, so I knew I had to pick this one up. And it did not disappoint.
There are two different stories in this book about two different Will Graysons who live in the suburbs of Chicago. They end up meeting, and that night spirals their lives in ways they definitely weren’t going before.
I like this book because it’s about gay characters, but it isn’t “queer fiction.” It’s a teen novel that just happens to have some gay characters. It’s also about a musical, and I love musicals. Plus there’s quite a few funny moments, and sad perfect moments. SO GOOD. Seriously.
This book is so quotable too. The entire time I was listening to it, I just kept thinking “I’d highlight this if it wasn’t an audiobook.”
It was also fun trying to play the “Which Will Grayson was written by which author?” game. Which I would have lost.