Two Become One
One cold night, in a most unlikely corner of Chicago, two teens - both named Will Grayson - are about to cross paths. As their worlds collide and intertwine, the Will Graysons find their lives going in new and unexpected directions, building toward romantic turns-of-heart and the epic production of history’s most fabulous high school musical.
Hilarious, poignant, and deeply insightful, John Green and David Levithan’s collaborative novel is brimming with a double helping of the heart and humor that have won both of them legions of faithful fans.
I'm going to start by saying READ THE BLURB FIRST.
Seriously. If you skipped it, scroll back up and read it.
Take note of the bit that says two teens - both named Will Grayson.
Don't be like me. Don't think oooh, I lurved The Fault InOur Stars, which John Green book should I read next? Ah, WILL GRAYSON, WILL GRAYSON – let's do this sh*t! Then start reading and thinking that Will Grayson and will grayson are the same person, as they are not. Don't get a few chapters in wondering why Will Grayson and will grayson, who are the same person, are completely confusing with all their different boyfriends and girlfriends and gayness and straightness and rules and personalities. They are not the same person from the start, I'm just lacking in common sense.