I close my eyes. And i scream. If my whole world is crashing down around me, then I am going to make the sound of the crashing. I want to scream until all my bones break.
So I got Will Grayson Will Grayson from the library the other day and I started reading it and I'm about 3 chapters in and I'm quite as interested in it as I was other Green books. Is it worth it though? Should I keep reading? @Anonymous
It’s different from other John Green books, you probably won’t be curled up in a pile of feels like you would with say The Fault in Our Stars, however I think that it’s different in a good way & worth sticking with.
You could hold me and I could hold you. And it would be so peaceful. Completely peaceful. Like the feeling of sleep, but awake in it together.
“I do not say ‘good-bye’. I believe that’s one of the bullshittiest words ever invented. It’s not like you’re given the choice to say ‘bad-bye’ or ‘awful-bye’ or ‘couldn’t-care-less-about-you-bye’. Every time you leave it’s supposed to be a good one.” - Will Grayson, Will Grayson (John Green & David Levithan)
David Levithan, Will Grayson, Will Grayson
Will Grayson, Will Grayson - David Levithan and John Green