I was first attracted to this book because I would read anything John Green writes. Even oatmeal cookie recipes. And once again, John Green, this time along with David Levithan, did not disappoint.
In this dual-authored book, Green handles the odd-numbered chapters chronicling the adventures of a more privileged Will Grayson, whilst Levithan pens the even-numbered chapters detailing mostly the morbid thoughts of the second will grayson. Both characters have next to nothing in common, aside from their name, age range, and the dramatic adolescent/life issues they wrestle with. Green's Will Grayson predictably has Green's poetic voice, and narrates with striking... See More