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#3. Everything, Everything By Nicola Yoon

Posted: by Jaydon on August 5, 2016

Hey all you awesome readers! The reason this review is late is because I literally couldn't put this book down!! Nicola Yoon has absolutely nailed her debut novel! You can be sure I'll be keeping an eye out for "The Sun Is Also A Star"! Stay tuned for the review on "A Midsummer's Nightmare" By Kody Keplinger.

#3. Everything, Everything By Nicola Yoon

Everything, Everything is an amazing book! This book is filled with Madeline’s thoughts about life, living and sometimes how much time we have left. I absolutely couldn’t put it down. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!

Madeline Whitter was born with a rare disease. The disease is SCID (Severe combined immunodeficiency) and it means that Madeline is allergic to the world and everything in it.  She’s stayed in her house her entire life. She's never rebelled against her mother or her nurse, Carla. Basically living in a white room, Madeline knows that it's for the best. That is until a new family moves in next door and Olly comes into the picture. Olly's a boy with a dark past and present. Through emails they get to know each other, and then with the help of Carla, Madeline meets Olly. Madeline realizes she in love with Olly, and she’s not about to let her illness stop her. Will Madeline risk her own life just to be with Olly or will she stay in her little white room wondering what could have been?  Find out in Everything, Everything!

Happy Reading!

~ Jaydon



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