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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The transitions were weird. Some of these were great, some didn’t interest me at all. The parents’ guide to what’s in this book.

My favourite one in the book. Readers will find someone who they can relate to in this collection of 18 shorts — or at least someone’s story. What I loved about the book was that it was a compilation of several unrelated chapters, so you could easily manage to wtories a couple of stories every now and then during study breaks or something.

Not that flirty, it made me feel like I was a young teenage gay boy, in love with a guy who was 5 years older than me. Some people might not like the collection of abd format; but, this othed works and does it well. Full review to follow!

Jun 15, Brenna rated it did not like it. Andrew Chang – 2. Want to Read saving…. Probably my least favorite story here. Because You’ll Never Meet Me. Do any of these stories jar you, as you move from one to the next? Whether you’re looking for an anthology you can dip in and out of, something to read in one sitting, or stories to kick-start the writing of your own, these are some of our favourite YA collections: Coming of Age Book type: Gay Christian teen struggles with sexuality, religion.


A fantastic debut novel. Kind of funny, but also kind of boring. Also, there was no plot. I first read this story when it appeared in 21 Promswhich Levithqn read over a year ago.

Most of the stories happen a bit too fast. Open Preview See a Problem? For kids who love romantic reads. Our ratings are based on child development best practices. Dec 22, Pages Young Adult Buy. A very well-written free-verse. For Your Family Log in Sign me up. Hence, I was really disappointed.

Parents say No reviews yet Add your rating. Reading the story’s, I usually had to wait until a page in to figure out if the narrator was a boy or a girl, which made me realize how love is love and a crush is a crush no matter your preferance. Also the little bro was legit.

How They Met and Other Stories – David Levithan

Gay-themed coming-of-age story encourages tolerance. Made me crave for coffee. There is all-consuming and passionate stories. I have nothing against the writing nor the stories, but it all comes down to whether Ddavid enjoyed reading it or not. Share this page with your friends. Another one that relied too much on narrative summary, with an otherwise good premise.


Hardcoverpages. I don’t see the narrator as a gay stereotype anymore – he’s a little sex-driven, sure, but it feels natural and organic. Some of the stories will make you laugh, and some will make you sad, but all are completely enjoyable.

How They Met, and Other Stories

Levithan’s work is normally sort of fun and light-hearted, and that was present here, but it felt strained, like Levithan felt annd it was obligatory. You currently have JavaScript disabled in your web browser, please enable JavaScript to view our website as intended.

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I wanted to learn about these characters even more. I received a review copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review. I read that and I thought, wow this is a well-put together story and had great characters and a central relationship. I highly recommend this book. I find myself loving Levithan’s writings more and more as I continue to read my way through his stories and books.