- Reading level: 12+ years
- Audio CD
- Publisher: Listening Library (Audio); Unabridged edition (7 June 2016)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1524723568
- ISBN-13: 978-1524723569
- Product Dimensions: 13.2 x 2.8 x 15.2 cm
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“Gorgeous and lyrical.” --The New York Times Book Review
"[A] fresh, moving debut."--Entertainment Weekly, A-
"YA book lovers, your newest obsession is here."--MTV.com
★ "This heartwarming story transcends the ordinary by exploring the hopes, dreams, and inherent risks of love in all of its forms." —Kirkus Reviews, Starred Review
★"Everything, Everything is wonderful, wonderful."—SLJ, Starred Review
“I give all the stars in the sky to Nicola Yoon's sparkling debut. Everything, Everything is everything, everything—powerful, lovely, heart-wrenching, and so absorbing I devoured it in one sitting. It’s a wonder. The rare novel that lifts and shatters and fills you all at once.” —Jennifer Niven, New York Times bestselling author of All the Bright Places
“With her stunning debut, Everything, Everything, Nicola Yoon has constructed an entirely unique and beautiful reading experience. Gorgeous writing meshes with original artwork to tell a love story like no other. You’ve never read a book like this.” —David Arnold, author of Mosquitoland
“Everything, Everything has everything . . . romance, heart, and intelligence. Nicola Yoon's book and voice stayed with me long after I finished reading.” —Danielle Paige, New York Times bestselling author of Dorothy Must Die
“There's a quiet beauty about Everything, Everything that kept me captivated from start to finish. Olly and Madeline's love story stole my heart.”--Katie McGarry, author of Nowhere But Here
"This extraordinary first novel about love so strong it might kill us is too good to feel like a debut. Tender, creative, beautifully written, and with a great twist, Everything, Everything is one of the best books I've read this year." --Jodi Picoult, #1 New York Times Bestselling author of Leaving Time
"A do-not-miss for fans of John Green and Rainbow Rowell (aka everyone)."--Justine Magazine
"A vibrant, thrilling, and, ultimately, wholly original tale that's bound to be an instant hit."--Bustle.com
"This is an easy romance to get caught up in."--Publishers Weekly
"Deeply satisfying."--The Bulletin
"Nicola Yoon’s first novel will give you butterflies."--Seventeen
“Not only was I totally hooked . . . by the end I was totally blown away.”—Arun Rath, NPR Weekend’s All Things Considered
“Heartwarming and inventive.”—Mashable.com
“Readers will root for the precocious Maddy as she falls hard for the boy next door . . . teens in search of a swoonworthy read will devour.”--Booklist
“It’s tempting to drop everything everything once you’ve begun . . . it’s hard not to be consumed by this tale of doomed love.” The Times, London
"I just couldn't put it down . . . If you’re a fan of The Fault in Our Stars, If I Stay or Before I Die, then this book is for you."--TheGuardian.com
Named one of the Best Books of the Year by:
B&N Teen Blog
The Miami Herald
School Library Journal
A #1 New York Times bestseller
A #1 Publishers Weekly bestseller
A #1 Indie bestseller
A USA Today bestseller
A Wall Street Journal bestseller
A New York Public Library Best Book for Teens
An Indies Introduce selection
Selected as one of the Best Multicultural Books of the Year by the Center for the Study Multicultural Children’s Literature
Praise for the Everything, Everything movie!
“This tearjerker gives you feels you haven’t experienced since The Fault in Our Stars.”—Cosmopolitan
“Sweetly romantic.”—Crystal Bell /MTV News
“A love story that will span all ages!”—Maria Salas /America TeVe
“Watch out world, a star is born with Amandla Stenberg.”—Shawn Edwards /FOX-TV
“A very sweet and tender teen romance.”—Mose Persico /CTV Montreal
“It is EVERYTHING . . . and then some!”—Ojinika Obiekwe /WPIX “Morning News”
“Amandla Stenberg is lovely and compelling, a definite star to watch.”—Rachel Simon /Bustle
“The chemistry between Amandla Stenberg and Nick Robinson flies off the screen and has you rooting for them from beginning to end.”—Erin Gross /Fangirlish
“Everything, Everything will make you cry tears of happiness and sadness.”—Mehera Booner /MarieClaire.com
“If you're not already crushing on Nick Robinson, you will be after this.”—Kelsie Gibson /PopSugar
“Everything, Everything is literally EVERYTHING!”—Matthew Hoffman /Regal Cinemas
“Amandla Stenberg is brilliant.”—Lindsey Smith /Teen.com
“The sweet and undeniable chemistry between breakout stars Amandla Stenberg and Nick Robinson makes Everything, Everything a must-see.”—Sharon Tharp /JustJared
“Everything, Everything will make you clutch your heart.” —Kerensa Cadenas /Complex
“Everything, Everything is the best teen drama to come around in a long time.”—Avery Thompson /HollywoodLife.com
“A vivid and ambitious adaptation of the beloved novel.”—Kate Erbland /IndieWire
“Everything, Everything is everything times two.”—Xilla Valentine /GlobalGrind.com
“A fantastic film about love that takes your breath away.”—Jasmine Simpkins /HipHollywood.com
“Amandla and Nick's performance is a great reminder that it's worth taking big risks for love.”—Nina Hajian /92.3 AMP Radio’s Shoboy In The Morning
“Everything, Everything will leave you feeling happy.”—Shaylee Henning /KCKC-FM
“It makes you reflect on the relationships in your life.”—Tight Pants /KSLZ-FM/iHeartRadio
About the Author
NICOLA YOON is the number one New York Times bestselling author of Everything, Everything. She grew up in Jamaica and Brooklyn and lives in Los Angeles with her husband, who created the artwork in these pages, and daughter, both of whom she loves beyond all reason. Everything, Everything is her first novel. Her second novel, The Sun is Also a Star, will be available on November 1, 2016.
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It is such a easyyy read, i almost finished it in 2 hours, and this is soo good. It is very good for the people for have just started reading and are trying to develop reading habits. 😁
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Everything Everything is about a girl who’s allergic to the world, falling in love with the boy next door and risking everything for everything.
Maddy’s spent her entire life in the cage that is her house. A prisoner to her sickness, she only ever gets to meet two people: her mother and her nurse.
Intrigued by the life of her next-door neighbors, she begins to watch them closely. She finds herself infatuated with Olly (the boy next door) and it seems that he feels the same way.
They soon develop a close friendship and this makes her want more from her life. But when even a toe out of line could mean risking everything, will Maddy ever be free?
First-time author Nicola Yoon has done a wonderful job with this novel. Everything Everything is fast paced, unique, romantic, witty, frustrating, and heartbreaking altogether.
One very important lesson that I took away from this novel is that love is never just a harmless emotion. It changes you, challenges you, improves you, and sometimes even destroys you.
I'll be looking forward to more feel good light hearted novels from Yoon.
Maddy and Olly, the stars of this amazingly sculptured romance are everything everything.
I love the way everything changes for Madeline and her overwhelming feelings for Olly! That’s what actually love is- the risks and crazy things we do when we’re in love.
"Everything, Everything" is Yoon's first book and she just nailed her creativity and talent on this glorious charm.
I'm a huge sucker for cute romances and this book is nothing less than a polished gem for me. ♥️
The thing that disappointed me the most is her mother's character. I can't, infact I don't want to understand it. I was thoroughly in love with their mother-daughter relationship until the twist. Everyone knows that Maddy is going to be okay at the end but I didn't expect it to be that weird. Also the last chapter should have been longer. I expected many beautiful emotions floating in the end and it was really disappointing. It was a sweet ending but I expected it to be the sweetest after everything that was previously written.
I would definitely read the book again but only the happy times.
Living all her life in a bubble, Maddy had no idea that love could actually kill her, if not Olly's.💞
~To be honest I had the least expections from this book, not being a fan of this genre. It was @the_girl_inblues and her honest reviews which convinced me to read it. This book with its very different & modern way of depicting the storyline with its simple illustrations and language traversed me to Olly and Maddy's world. It was definitely not a cliché YA fiction. Also, the twist was nothing I would ever have imagined of.💯
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Author : Nicola Yoon
Genre : YA Fiction
Publisher : Penguin
This story is about the journey of Madeline Whittier, a teenager, who is suffering from Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID), a rare disease, which restricts the victim to stay indoors.
Due to this disease, Maddy has been living in her house, oblivious and unexposed to the outer world.
Maddy was used to living this monotonous life where she had no friends, but just her mother and a nurse, Carla. She never had any complaints with her life, until she sees Olly, her new neighbour.
Just after he arrives in her neighbourhood, pretty soon a strong bond of connection develops between the two, which later turns into a bond of unconditional love.
Then comes a decision time for Maddy, whether to risk her life for love or spend her remaining life in a bubble.
My Review :
Though YA is not the genre I prefer, but still I read it on the recommendation of one of my friends. Initially the story had shown a very innocent bond of love between Olly and Maddy but later the plot weakened. Though the climax was unpredictable but I wasn’t convinced with it and I just could not connect with the story. If you are a hardcore fan of YA fiction than you could read this book or else you can skip this book.
The story too is based on a rather inventive theme but i couldn't connect to it as much as I would've liked too.
But yes, I'm happy about having a book that makes me happy when I turn the pages and find a doodle.
Top international reviews
It was well written and the pictures and layout made it feel fun and cute. Both Maddy and Olly were great characters and the dialogue between them was so sweet; they are a couple I was cheering on every step of the way. I loved the storyline and thought it was unique, which brings me to the plot twist... On the one hand I loved it (I love a plot twist!), but on the other it felt like a bit of a cop-out; I would have liked to see them learn to live with Maddy's illness.
I also thought the message in this book was good... Being alive isn't necessarily living. I know many people won't agree with me, but I'm a huge believer in the quality of life and choice and being cooped up in your house for eighteen years is really no life at all. However, on the other hand, I can see how this portrayal of Maddy's illness could be insulting to some. I've only done a little research into it, but it seems there is so much more it it than was shown in the book and the restriction are even more serious than portrayed. Like I said, mixed feelings! Some people are saying her illness was simply something for her to overcome, which she did, however, I can't help feeling it would have been much more interesting if she'd learnt to live with it instead, as people with the actual illness have to.
Despite that though, I'd recommend giving it a try and seeing what you think for yourself. :-)
Everything, Everything is the story of Madeline Whittier – a teenager with the incredibly unfortunate affliction of being allergic to the World. Madeline has to be kept in a protective bubble to protect her from the outside atmosphere and has never stepped foot outside in seventeen years. But, she does have access to the internet, and this is how she meets Olly, the boy who has just moved in next door. As a relationship develops between the two, Madeline wants more from life than the white walls that have always protected her.
Though essentially a love story, Everything, Everything avoids (thankfully) being an overly-soppy romance. There are a few clichés, but the narrative is somewhat trite while preserving accuracy: Madeline and Olly’s meetings ring true – they talk and act like teenagers. This prevents the novel from becoming over-the-top and fantastical.
Engaging and engrossing, Yoon has injected this love story with enough suspense to make you want to know where it is going at the end of every chapter. I’m not keen on romance, so the fact that this was a page-turner caught me off guard, but I just continuously needed to know: what next? An effortless read, as the prospect of sitting down to read ‘just a few’ chapters is always something to look forward to.
Also worth a mention is the format of the book itself. I read the Kindle version, which still included Madeline’s illustrations. Not that it is really needed for this purpose, but it breaks up the narrative nicely. More so, it engages you on another level – you can see (and feel) how much of a dreamer Madeline has become with only her imagination at her dispense, a reminder of her innocence at youth.
Though I have defined Everything, Everything as a love story, there is a much bigger picture of the beautiful breaking of innocence. Though clearly very smart academically, Madeline is forced to confront the most basic of realities in the real world, such as sitting in a moving car. It’s an exploration of love and the world through eyes that have never seen either.
The one major disappointment for me was the ending. Without giving too much away, there is a twist which, on reflection, was actually quite dark. But the time of reading, it felt a little too much like everything was tied up neatly with a bow. I’ve since thought that perhaps this was the most suitable ending but carried out in a more anti-climactic manner than I was yearning for. This didn’t massively affect my overall enjoyment of the novel, but a little more panache for the finale could have made this truly incredible.
I read it in one sitting and couldn't put it down. It's a fantastic love story and coming of age book representing the struggles of teenage love even in those who live not so ordinary lives.
Read the book before you decide to watch the film, don't spoil the ending!
Also, there's a page that will stand out from all the others due to its black colour, don't turn to read it, HIGE SPOILERS!!!!!!
I think it would have been best for the page to remain black (for storyline purposes) but to have a boarder matching the colour of the other pages so it it less noticeable for standing out, attracting your prying eye.
March 13, 2017 by Bronte Huskinson Leave a Comment
Everything, Everything was one of those pretty books I’ve had sitting on my shelf for a while and never got round to reading. Then the trailer for the film adaptation, which looks amazing by the way, turned up on my Facebook feed and I knew I had to read the book before the film comes out. As with all good stories, I couldn’t put this book down and read it in one sitting.
Without saying too many spoilers, the story follows 16 year-old Maddy, a girl who is allergic to, well, everything. Sadly, this means that she can never leave her house. When the charming Olly moves next door, suddenly her life because more complicated than ever before as the two youngsters begin to fall in love. The story sent me through every single emotion; happiness, relief, sadness, heartbreak and everything in between. I definitely felt like I was walking Maddy’s journey with her rather than watching from the side lines which I loved.
I adored both Maddy and Olly in this book. I loved Maddy’s curiosity and desire for adventure and I loved Olly’s caring nature. You can really see Maddy’s personal growth in this novel, which is perfectly symbolised by her starting to wear coloured clothes!
This is the perfect book for anyone who is looking for a cute romance novel. There are some dark and unexpected twists twists along the way that keeps you on your toes but never strays too far away from its simplistic romance.
Everything, Everything is the story of Maddie who is suffering from a rare disease which means she can't leave the house. Her only contact with the outside world is through her online tutors who occasionally come over, her mum and her carer. This all changes when a new family move in next door.
I liked the development between her and Ollie. They kept me wanting to read to see why would happen next. I didn't see the ending coming which I was pleasantly surprised at as sometimes things can be a bit predictable. My only niggle was that somethings were a bit unbelievable like how she had a passport when she never left the house?
Loved the little doodles in the book.
Overall a nice quick easy read and I would recommend it 👍
The characters were all nice and believable and I loved Madeline.
Some pages of the book are notes or drawings or diagrams etc that Madeline has 'written' and I really liked this style of writing.
There was a bit of a twist towards the end that I didn't see coming and the ending was just a wonderful, perfect ending.....
as while I dont have an illness, I have a disability and have been kept from the 'normal' life. It was absolutely lovely to have such an uplifting story, of a girl wanting a normal life, have that little slice of happiness. Even for those of us who are perhaps older than the target demographic, it's a brilliant story to remind people to live life to the full and appreciate what we have. It was cosy, emotional in places while still being funny and beautifully innocent. Would recommend to anyone looking for the 'easy' read but wants to be left thinking about life
4.5 happy shiny stars
Everything, Everything made me feel everything, but mostly heart-happy. I wanted to squeal and squirm with giddiness whenever Maddie interacted with Olly. The two of them were totally adorable together, but they were also totally love-drunk in the way only teenagers can be, leading to some very questionable decisions. I felt hope, frustration, a sense of doom, suspicion and despair while reading this, proving that Yoon really could get you to feel everything, everything. (Sorry for the cheese!) A one-sitting read, Everything, Everything is the best YA contemporary of read so far this year!
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I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
Before you watch the film, you need to read the book - it's one of those novels. And, I agree with this. Unfortunately, I saw the film before I read the book, but the story line is mostly accurate to the film anyway.
However, I surprised myself and I read it in over 4 hours! I have never read a book that fast. Not even Harry Potter. I loved the characters and Nicola Yoon has done a fantastic job. I am seriously considering getting more of her novels. I'm not going to spoil the plot or any of the characters. Only encourage shoppers to purchase this book because you will not regret it.