Review: Nicola Yoon's EVERYTHING EVERYTHING
I dunno how else to review this book other than let you know of the fact that it was wonderfully written. I had fun reading it cause I was awed by the connection between Olly and Madeline. I loved them together. I LOVED Madeline. I really connected with the characters. I felt like I knew them.
The one thing that I didn't like was the twist at the end. It was good news for our peeps but I didn't like how the mumwas portrayed like that.
Anyway, this was so cute and I loved the ending and I was a bit hesitant about my reaction about this book before starting because of hype worries. But I am sooo glad I connected with this book and it's characters.
I loved Maddy's blog and her spoiler-ly reviews and those chats between Olly and Maddy.
Everyone should read this if they want something different but totally similar in that teenage romance feeling.
“What colour are your eyes?
Olly (O): blue
Madeline (M): Be more specific please
O: jesus. girls. ocean blue
M: Atlantic or Pacific
O: atlantic. What colour are yours?
M: Chocolate brown.
O: More specific please
M: 75% cacao butter, dark chocolate brown
O: hehe. nice”
“I was trying so hard to find the single pivotal moment that set my life on its path. The moment that answered the question, 'How did I get here?'
But it's never just one moment. It's a series of them. And your life can branch out from each one in a thousand different ways. Maybe there's a version of your life for all the choices you make and all the choices you don't.”Rating:
A fun book. You won't be disappointed. *fingers crossed*
Thanks to NetGalley and Random House for this ARC.