This is my overall review of Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. In this book there are some mature themes like explicit words, kissing, and alcohol so if you are sensitive towards those themes, I'd recommend another book.
First I'll be comparing the book to the movie.
The book is very similar to the movie which is nice to see because usually books and the movie aren't always alike. For instance, Wonder's book and movie weren't very alike for me and that was disappointing. On the other hand, this book was almost identical to the movie. This was written before the movie came out so there are obviously some differences like the character Zach who was Ollys friend, or having Madeline's mothers race be Asian. In the movie, there was no Zach and Madeline's mother was African American. Overall, on a scale of 1-10, I give the book and movie similarities an 8.5.
Now I'll be talking about the book itself, not the movie and book.
The book is SO SO AMAZING!! First of all,it is so beautifully written. I love the adjectives used, they were new words for me and I'll definetly be using them in some of my own writing. Secondly, the pictures and charts really give a great example of who Maddeline is and her personality. Lastly, I just cannot get over the relationships between all the characters. It's so beautifully described.
Overall, I rate this book 5 stars for it's similarities from the movie and the well written language.