Everything, Everything is now a major motion picture starring Amanda Stenberg from The Hunger Games and Love Simon's Nick Robinson.
A #1 New York Times Bestseller!
'Loved this book!'- Zoella
Maddy is allergic to the world; stepping outside the sterile sanctuary of her home could kill her. But then Olly moves in next door. And just like that, Maddy realizes there's more to life than just being alive. You only get one chance at first love. And Maddy is ready to risk everything, everything to see where it leads.
'Powerful, lovely, heart-wrenching, and so absorbing I devoured it in one sitting' – Jennifer Niven, author of All the Bright Places
And don't miss Nicola Yoon's #1 New York Times bestseller The Sun Is Also a Star, in which two teens are brought together just when the universe is sending them in opposite directions.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
All teenagers feel claustrophobic at some point, but Madeline Whittier’s situation is different. She’s spent her entire life in a pristine, airtight house due to a rare medical condition. Her days stretch on with monotonous regularity until the day that cute, black-clad Olly moves in next door. There’s so much to love in Everything, Everything, a hopelessly romantic and thoughtful novel. The story is told through Madeline’s eyes, and Nicola Yoon uses IMs, emails, charts and original drawings to bring her characters' idiosyncrasies to life. We loved every page—and are ecstatic that the book has been made into a film.
Madeline Whittier, a biracial 18-year-old, has severe combined immunodeficiency, a rare condition that renders her allergic to nearly everything and requires her to live inside a carefully sealed environment. Madeline's contact is limited to her physician mother and her full-time nurse, until handsome Olly moves in next door. Madeline falls for him from her window and begins disobeying the rules that keep her from the outside world. Despite the serious dangers posed by Madeline's medical condition and Olly's violently alcoholic father, Yoon's debut reads breezily. Many chapters consist of single, short paragraphs, as well as emails, chat exchanges, and Madeline's pithy book reviews (of Lord of the Flies, "Spoiler alert: Boys are savages"). Yoon's husband provides diagrams, cartoons, and other illustrations that reflect Madeleine's claustrophobia, whimsical longings, excitement over Olly, and sense of humor. The main conflict is resolved in a few brief pages and reflects an overall tendency for things to happen a bit too easily. Even so, this is an easy romance to get caught up in. Ages 12 up.
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This book made me enjoy reading
Ok so I very regularly say that I hate to read and I always have but this book has changed my mind. I am a relatively slow reader but it only took me two and a half days to finish this! Thank you for changing my mind. I shall be reading much more from now on if it’s as good as this!
So much better than the film
I feel as tho the book got a gasp on the characters but the film was not as good
LOVED, LOVED, LOVED IT!
Beautiful story, couldn’t put it down.