I absolutely adore John Green; he is my all-time favorite autor. Although you probably don't care, this is book is tied with Looking For Alaska for my second-favorite John Green book. My favorite is The Fault In Our Stars, and the third favorites are An Abundance Of Katherines and Paper Towns. My least favorite is Let It Snow, but keep in mind that these are my six all time favorite books. Anway, I thought Will Grayson, Will Grayson was another score for John Green. I enjoyed David Levithan's part as well, particularly the lowercaseness of it. Yes, it was, loaded with profanity, and I'm not denying that there were lots of sexual refrences, but I feel as if this is the kind of book teens can relate too. The characters are down-to-earth and believable, and they struggle with real-world problems such as trying to fit in, being gay, and depression. And, spoiler alert, in the end, its not like everything is perfect. It doesn't say if things work out between David's Will Grayson and Tiny, and the kids all still have their own issues. It's so so so belivable. Also, I think that Jane's character is really fabulous. She is smart, funny, and from what I gathered, pretty as well. She is kind of like my role model now, alongside Lacey from Paper Towns, and the good parts of Alaska from Looking For Alaska, to a lesser extent. All in, although this book can be innapropriate, It was marvelous, and very relatable, and nothing I couldn't handle as a thirteen year old.