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Read Two Boys Kissing ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ ❴Download❵ ➵ Two Boys Kissing Author David Levithan – New York Times bestselling author David Levithan tells the based on true events story of Harry and Craig two 17 year olds who are about to take part in a 32 hour marathon ofH languishing long term relationships coming out navigating gender identity and falling deeper into the digital rabbit hole of gay hookup sites all while the kissing former couple tries to figure out their own feelings for each other. Please forgive me if I get too excited during this review but seriously this is a novel worth getting excited about It doesn't matter how old or how gay you are you need this in your lifeAlthough it's modern YA Two Boys Kissing is narratedoverseen by the collaborative voices of gay men who died from AIDS Their voices tell the stories of various current day gay youths We see them succeed we see them fail we watch them make mistakes and atone If the structure sounds complicated it's not and yes it works It's poetic and tear jerking and reveals aspects of the world in uniue enlightened waysGay readers will admire Levithan's ability to honestly depict every day joys and struggles but you don't have to be gay to appreciate what he accomplishes It's my hope that teachers and parents and straight readers also pick it up or anyone who might struggle to understand the gay experience Especially the young gay experience I don't know that there's any better way to learn what it's likeThe stories speak to the old as much as to the young For those who lived through the peak AIDS crisis many segments will no doubt be particularly touching For the younger crowd it's an important reminder how truly devastating those years were It also showcases how significant life is and how to cherish itI could go on forever Every word is perfect The hook is instant the dull moments never Completely gorgeous entertaining and truly a work of art

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New York Times bestselling author David Levithan tells the based on true events story of Harry and Craig two year olds who are about to take part in a hour marathon of kissing to set a new Guinness World Record all of which is narr. David Levithan has just become my new coup de cœur author Every time I will find my heart aching for an LGBT book or a meaningful read it’s in his works that I will look forward to plunge myself And there are so many books of his that I have not had the occasion to devour yet YetIt’s with a lingering sensation that I turned the last page While this may be the kind of story that needs a certain conclusion to its plot and you can feel it I didn’t want to let go of the endearing realistic and remarkably well developed and original characters that became so dear to me with every new page readI always thought that you couldn’t love every character in a book at a same intensity level or some maybe not at all – and still think so – for they are all different and sharing various traits that may or may not appeal to you It can also depend on the degree of connection and reliability you feel toward those characters in uestion Nonetheless it’s with joy that I can announce that every character in this book felt utterly unforgettable to me and I like to think that they will not be the cause of you not enjoying the novel after all – if such thing happens Of course there are some that are very flawed there is no ‘perfect’ being in this and that only made Two Boys Kissing look even authentic I have no negative comment to make regarding those elementsThere is one ‘main’ story inside this and three less prominent but still important ones that are linked in a way to the principal one You can also see it as four short stories being connected to one another due to something they all have in common and with characters that are beautifully crafted and looking for something of most importance love self discovery and acceptanceI have to admit that I had read the blurb a while ago before starting this novel and so had no idea who actually narrated the story Although throughout my read I had these hypotheses could they be guardian angels A metaphor for hope love and courage brought to life somehow Dead relatives At some point I ran out of ideas and believed what prettied the writing and tone for me most which worked well in the end It is after reading the actual summary that I realized how I searched too far and deep when the answer was right in front of me Nonetheless my reading experience wasn’t affected and I actually appreciated having the possibility to ‘choose’ my narrators I felt the same while reading Falling into Place a uite interesting bookThis is not my first read by David Levithan since I have devoured Will Grayson Will Grayson sometime ago but that is a book that he co wrote with John Green and I was perhaps somehow too caught up in Green’s words – because of how excited I was to be reading an LGBT book by him – to be astonished as I am now by Levithan’s Incidentally regarding this novel the author’s note was absolutely perfect and so wonderfully honest I feel like I am going to be amazed by this writer some if I continue reading his works Which I will For sureThis was the loveliest of surprises I had this month hum that doesn't say much since I read it in December but I do mean it and would love for you to feel the same If the story and plot don’t end up making you react in any positive way there are still good chances the writing and characters will It is not a book for everyone I agree but it contains suchsuch – I am lost for words – marvellous ingredients that I cannot help but excitingly recommend it to you

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Two Boys KissingAted by a Greek Chorus of the generation of gay Two Boys PDFEPUB or men lost to AIDS While the two increasingly dehydrated and sleep deprived boys are locking lips they become a focal point in the lives of other teen boys dealing wit. We think of the boys we kissed the boys we screwed the boys we loved the boys who didn’t love us back the boys who were with us at the end the boys who were with us beyond the end Love is so painful how could you ever wish it on anybody And love is so essential how could you ever stand in its way The Good This kind of book is still very much needed What the blurb doesn't tell you is that this feels like several short stories woven into one all of them surrounding the theme of gay teenage boys coming out having relationships with other boys and coming to terms with who they are The central plot of the two boys participating in a kissathon is really only one small part of this book the rest is built around it There are some beautifully written passages that are brimming with genuine emotion It was a uick read and I breezed through the individual stories of young men dealing with families who wouldn't accept them online hookup sites and first love What I like most about David Levithan and what makes me want to check out his books every time even when some didn't work for me in the past is his experimental style He never writes the same style of book He never attempts to fit in with trends that are taking over the market He hits you with something uniue and surprising if often depressing every single time And once again he has delivered something strange and completely different a chorus of narrators who are the generation of gay men that have died from AIDs The Bad Sadly this is one of those cases where the style of narration just didn't work for me The voice of the AIDs victims was exhausting and sometimes stopped me from fully engaging with the individual stories especially when the novelty factor ran out Sometimes experimental styles get it just right as I believe Levithan did with The Lover's Dictionary but this one wasn't doing it for me I also found some of the victims' monologue to be repetitive The Ugly My face during some of the emotional parts of this bookWhatever I may say about it this book is very relevant and some of the stories are incredibly sad andor moving I recommend Two Boys Kissing but with some hesitation How much do you enjoy experimental writing styles that offer something completely different and totally weird If your answer is a lot then this could be your next favourite book