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Weekly Reviews and Recommendations: Week 34 Part 1

Hello, everyone! Sorry I'm a day late, but here's Part 1 of the articles this week. The two books I'll be reviewing are Will Greyson, Will Greyson a John Green collab that wasn't my favorite, and The Perks of Being A Wallflower, a quintessential coming of age YA I had never read before. I also watched the movie adaption which I was pleasantly surprised by. Another movie I've loved recently was The Edge of Seventeen. 
Will Greyson, Will Greyson by John Green and David Levinthal (310 pages)
Overview: *Reading the summary before reading the book is imperative to your understanding and enjoyment of this book.* This is the story of Will Greyson and Will Greyson who both live in the Chicago area, though one in Evanston and one in Naperville. Original Will Greyson must deal with a friend group he doesn't always agree with and a crush for a girl, Jane, that he can't ever quite figure out enough to act on. The other Will Greyson must grapple with an online relationsh…

Weekly Reviews and Recommendations: Week 33 Part 2

Hello, everyone! This week has been another rollercoaster of a week (and one I haven't done any reading in). This seems to be a trend lately. It's been hard to find a book that I've been able to fall into. I did finish another short story, though, and some work on my other projects. Hopefully, I will fall back into reading again, but till then, I have plenty of articles saved to keep our two weekly posts going till I get back in the groove. But I wanted to share this in case any of you are going through a reading or writing slump. Sometimes it just happens, and when you're going through a lot in your personal life, sometimes it's hard to take on others emotions.  In the links of interest, you'll fine my post from earlier this week as well as my thoughts on Nicola Yoon's other book that I loved, The Sun Is Also A Star. 


Overview: Everything, Everything tells the story of Madeline Whitter who has lived her whole life in her vacuum sealed, air filtered home. H…