Will Grayson Reflection

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Will Grayson, Will Grayson is a book I never expected to love. In fact, it is a book I never even expected to like. But my love of John Green drew me towards it, and I 'd left it untouched in my bag on holiday until I had no more books left to read. Will Grayson, Will Grayson is written by two authors – John Green and David Levithan. When I finished the book, I presumed well-spoken and capital-letter-using Will Grayson was written by John Green and the other, more depressed Will Grayson was written by David Levithan. But I was wrong – I 'd presumed the first Will Grayson was written by John Green because that 's the way he talks in his videos on YouTube. But surely it shows just how great Green 's characterisation is in that he is able to fully immerse himself in his protagonists to the point where his readers don 't even recognise him behind the words. I didn 't even think that much of the authors when reading, I was so fully immersed in the two Will Grayson 's minds, and how alike but totally different they are. The story goes a little something along the lines of two boys, both named Will Grayson. One Will Grayson, the one who writes with proper grammar and capital letters, feels in the shadow of his best friend Tiny - "the world 's largest person who is really, really gay". Tiny is putting on a musical, at first entitled Tiny Dancer, but this Will Grayson is straight. The other Will Grayson is quite depressed – he 's not got all that many friends, and the one that he

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