The title of a book has never been so meaningful to the story like this one.
Release day: September 1, 2015
This is the story about a 17 year old girl allergic to the outside world, her name is Madeline. One day a family moves to the house besides hers. A guy jumps out of the car and her desire to explore the outside world grew in ways she never imagined, his name is Olly. They get to talk, but they can’t touch, they can’t be together. But Madeline’s world is about to change forever.
The story is full of meaning about life and love. I didn’t expected to like it as much as I did, due to all the hype I was very scared. Everything Everything is about everything. The word is written in the book in so meaningful parts that I can’t deny this is the perfect title for this story. This is a fast read, the book that you will read in one day because you won’t be able to put down. Also, the book has some cool drawings and it was done with a lot creativity. Some parts are chat conversations, or e-mails, or journal entries. I enjoyed this a lot. Madeline is a character that will fill you with desire of taking risks and living life the fullest.
Love is a very important theme in this book, and not love in a romantic from, but love in general.
The development of the story, for me, was predictable. I guessed it all in the first 100 pages of the book. But that didn’t stopped me to keep reading because I wanted to know if I was right, plus Madeline’s voice was so great I didn’t wanted to put it down.
Everything Everything comes out in September you shouldn’t miss it. You will find great things in it. And I am pretty sure you’ll learn a lot from this story and these characters.
** I want to thank my friend Ariana for bringing me a copy of this ARC from BEA.**