A Book Review by Phoebe: Everything, Everything by Nicole Yoon

Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon

A Book Review by Phoebe

The book I chose to review on is Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. The whole idea of the book is romance and sickness. One of the main character’s named Maddy has a rare immune system disease called SCID. She had never left the house ever since she was a baby. When Maddy was a baby the disease started with an ear infection and then more symptoms started coming. She went to the doctor. I can’t tell you the rest you have to read the book to find out what happens at the doctor. One of the main ideas in this book is romance. A new family moved in next door. In a few weeks she and Olly (a boy neighbor) fell in love. Read the book to find out what happens.

I liked Everything, Everything. There was one big plot twist in the end that I was happy about. One of the main characters named Maddy does spoiler alerts and book reviews on her favorite books. I love all the details, sketches, and everything about this book. All the little details pull the whole story together. I also like how the author shows different point of views in different ways. She refers to a lot of science related ideas in her books which I love.

I would recommend this to teachers at school, friends, and family. I would recommend Everything, Everything to anyone really. It’s a great book and anyone would love Everything, Everything. I would recommend it because it’s a touching story, and it’s descriptive. Also the pictures make the whole story get pulled together. This is the best book I have ever read in my whole life.

One of my favorite quotes is, ‘Everything is a risk…’ That quote represents the book because everything is a risk for Maddy. Another quote is, ‘Life is a gift…’ Marta, Maddie’s maid and nurse told her this. She told Maddy to encourage her to take risks. Those are the two biggest quotes from the book and they are both my favorite quotes from the book too.
That’s my review on Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon. I hope you enjoyed reading my review on Everything, Everything!


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