Just in time for Valentine’s Day comes a confection from David Levithan that is sure to have fans of Boy Meets Boy eager to devour it. Here are How They Met and Other Stories. 41aw5ohgnyl-_ac_ul_sr_ Eighteen stories about love in many forms, from falling for your local. How They Met and Other Stories. David Levithan. Add to cartright $ tablet Buy the ebook. albumAdd to wishlist. Eighteen stories, all about.

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Read more about Every Day. Levithan’s narrators tend to be introspective, articulate, and self-aware, which I guess could be annoying, but which I actually really like: I liked the writing, but the story didn’t have much of a point to it.

How They Met And Other Stories is basically a collection of different love stories; a story of romance between a boy and a girl, a heartbreaking tale of two boys, the unrequited love of one girl to another girl, and a lot more.

Oct 18, Mike rated it tthey liked it Shelves: A very well-written free-verse. For Your Family Log in Sign me up. Romantic Fantasy Books for Teens. Some were a little odd or dull, but generally they were really endearing and enjoyable.

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How They Met, and Other Stories by David Levithan

Love story collection is sweet but edgy. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Every two people cause an intersection.


Apr 13, Kathleen rated it did not like it Shelves: But even these sophomoric stories are sweet or, as it were, bittersweetand showcase Levithan’s reverence for love, in all its forms. Read it Forward Read it first. Also, although some stories were very short–only 6 or 10 pages long, I thought those stories were pretty anr still very worthwhile reads.

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And I really do love the mixture of stories that appear. Add to it the awkwardness of the interviewer being your boyfriend’s father and everything gets hilarious but even more awful. It had its positives – the otheg was good, and it was a nice exploration of the need for sex – but it was so weird and bizarre that I couldn’t really enjoy it.

I first read this story when it appeared in 21 Promswhich I read over a year ago.

Most of these are teenagers, with the prom being a common s This review appears on Happy Indulgence. Between Mom and Jo. A tender story, so beautiful that you just want someone to read it to you, over and over again, while you’re dreaming about the person you love. Another free-verse poem, and although I didn’t like this one quite as much, it was still well-written.

It started off really interesting. In fact, I’d label this as my favorite story here. First you’re a mouse, then you’re a Spaniard, then you’re a prince.


How They Met and Other Stories

It just has to be. It’s a matter of preference.

If not, I would lose my respect for Levithan as a writer. The writing was sloppy and shallow. Hence, I was really disappointed. The narrator is a very realistic person, and I enjoyed storiez arc throughout the story. A girl who is dealing -in her own way- with having her heart broken. We love short stories!

My favourite one in the book. Kind of funny, but also kind of boring. Mar 21, Mica rated it did not like it. I wish it had been a bit longer, but the voice stood out, and I liked the melodrama of it. The only thing that kept me going while reading the book was the othwr that I’ll come across something as good as what most people say about it.

This one fell back quite heavily on Levithan’s generic narrator, and while the writing was pretty good, the story was nothing special. Not just for YAs, but for anyone who enjoys a good story about love. Return to Book Page.