Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Book Review: Everything, Everything, by Nicola Yoon

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon YA young adult book contemporary romance coming of age realistic fiction published 2015 publication new ya september release date cover pretty lovely review popular best young adult books of 2015 sarah's reviews ssbookreviews.blogspot.com by drew cernava reviewer content review parents parental guide guidance teen readers teens what's in it is it clean
Everything, Everything
By: Nicola Yoon
ISBN-10: 0553496646
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Madeline has been stuck inside the same house for eighteen years. Why is this? Maddy has a rare disease that makes her deathly allergic to any germs, so she has to stay inside at all times. But when a new boy moves in next door, Maddy is prepared to risk everything for him.

It contains:

• Profanity (Jesus, godd*mn, sh*t, and oh my God)
• Kissing, sensual touches, biting, imagining licking a boy’s chest, and mentions of breasts
• A semi-descriptive sex scene with reference to a condom
• Asking if someone got knocked up by their boyfriend
• A girl has deadly allergies
• Reference to a father and son dying in a car accident
• Lying
• Running away
• Snooping in someone’s office
• Reference to teens smoking
• A man is an alcoholic and yells at his family and hits his wife
• One character is mentally unstable
• References to prescription pills
• Reference to a character being gay
• Vomiting

Everything, Everything is a coming-of-age story and a unique take on young love. The writing is fluent and easy to read. The heavy topics are also handled in a fairly light manner, so it should be all right for younger teens to read.

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