This collection of linked poems from David Levithan, the author of the New York Times bestseller Every Day and the groundbreaking classic Boy Meets Boy. Through a series of poems, Levithan (Boy Meets Boy) introduces readers to a group of friends and acquaintances, including a gay couple. The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan – review. ‘you have to read it to know how you feel about it. I love how unconventional it is’. Lydia.
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The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan
The ring marks the realm of possibility We will want to know each other Years into days Days into hours Hours into minutes Minutes into moments Moments into Possibility. I was anxious to see how he would recreate the minds of teenagers in writing about love, life, etc. As much as I did enjoy the book, I wish it would have been told by fewer characters so more attention could have paid to their stories.
I am sad to say that I found the characters in this book very unrealistic. She was so breakable. That will come with re-reading. Di bawah ini adalah catatan catatan yang sempat saya buat di handphone saat membaca chapter semi chapter buku ini. Each character is unique and though I enjoyed some chapters more than I did others, I could appreciate each one in its own way.
A must for YA collections used by those unafraid of poetry, strongly suggested for dvaid others. From the airplane overhead levithqn the phones in our thd to the choir girl putting her arm around the metalhead. The unorthodox writing style confused me at first, but once I got into the characters the book took off. This was a great experience! I’ve read Levithan’s “Boy Meets Boy”. Sudah beberapa kali kecewa dengan buku fantasi yang saya pilih, takutnya lama kelamaan saya malah terjerumus dalam reading slump.
From the airplane overhead possibulity the phones in our pockets to the choir girl putting her arm around the metalhead. I don’t believe teens even understand how to love someone.
Read it Forward Read it first. You can completely change your philosophy on life every other day and no one will care. Dec 26, Anish Kohli rated it really liked it. The issues mentioned here are so goddamn petty that I couldn’t help rolling my eyes. You can finish this book in one day or even in a matter of hours.
I don’t know how David Levithan does it. Everything around us was once deemed impossible.
See all 3 questions about The Realm of Possibility…. Overall, a good book, recommended for people who are looking for unique The Realm of Possibility is the story of twenty diverse teenagers all attending the same high school.
The unique quirkiness of it that allows for pages of words floating along a river of human emotions. David Levithan born is an American children’s book editor and award-winning author. So much is covered in this book, such as eating disorders, boys who feel the need to be big and strong, sex, homosexuality, and all that jazz.
But, I pf this book.
The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan – review
Stay in touch Subscribe to our newsletter Read our blog Become a member Come to an event. In a high school, you always find questionable characters, lonely people, evil friends, backbiters, depressed kids, suicidal thoughts, Read this book o months ago and still trying to think of a suitable review. Your basket is empty. Crazy for Young A To be more specific, 4. Saya membaca buku ini karena lagi butuh liburan dari novel-novel fantasi. All in all, a very enjoyable and memorable novel.
He is a great writer but I don’t think this book was his best.
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Being a teenager is such a time of possibility. The characters really understood where they were in the possibiliry and what love is, and I did like that. There’s no guesswork with the emotions of his characters because he has been there. It’s not long – only pages – and most of those pages are only half filled. So for all of the characters in this book to be in loving relationships and not care about sex, I just don’t buy it. Possibiliyt personal favorites are Cara’s story about her desire to become a better person and Anton’s, in which he gives us an insight into a mind of a Goth kid in the back of a classroom.
But to all the people that would, I would tell them to read this book first, and with an open mind. It is unique, a niche book. The word “love” is thrown around so often, and it happens sometimes as early as mere weeks after a relationship begins.