Will Grayson, Will Grayson by John Green
My rating: 2 of 5 stars
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I just reread it and you know what? Still hated it. But I still have this feeling I want to reread it… AGAIN??!!?
Things that were 5 stars:
– the gayness
– the humour
Things that I hated almost as much as The Abudance of Katherines’ footnotes for that ‘quirky’ format:
– the random format of;
“me: [bla bla bla]
JUST……. WRITE… WITH “”. PLEASE.
This wasn’t my fave from Green NOR Levithan. And Levithan is my fave.
I’m disappointed I’m sorry.
But I do appreciate the gayness, that was funny as heck.
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