Everything, Everything is a book about Madeline Whitter, a girl who suffers from a rare disease known as SCID, because of this she has to keep indoors at all times and is not allowed to have any contact with the outside world. She is quite content with her life, until a boy moves next door to her, everything changes.
I personally favor this book because it had a very pleasant nature and it runs smoothly until the end, though it does have its ups and downs -it always keeps you glued. I particularly like a character called Carla, she is Madeline's nurse. Carla is always a very supportive person towards the main character and helps her in those things that Madeline's mother cannot. Reading this book can tell you a lot about risk taking and enjoying life to the fullest.
Even if I did like the book, many questionable things crossed my mind as I read this book, I found that I couldn't really care or put myself in the main character's shoes because her story seems to good to be true, kind of like a fairy tale. In addition, I found the book to be not my taste or the specific genre I was going for.
Overall, it is a good read for the younger teenagers and for those who want the pleasure of smiling. Even if the book may not fit in to my genre of books, I still believe this book to be a good read and a good influence on enjoying life with your loved ones, also for the people who enjoy reading the romance genre. I give this book a 7/10.