Naomi and Ely’s No Kiss List by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan

book cover of  Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List  by Rachel Cohn and  David Levithan
Read a synopsis here!
(I’m not going to do the how much it cost me anymore because you can check that out on my hauls tab)
Number of pages: 230
Wow, wow, wow is all I can say about this book. Going into it I didn’t like the style of the story but after the first like 30 pages I was in love. I felt extremely attached to this book because it was sort of personal for me. (I have a guy best friend-HE’S NOT GAY-and I don’t know their relationship really reminded me of him.) Anyways, the story totally sucks you in and you can’t stop reading. If I was reading this really late I would say to myself, okay go to bed now and I would put the book down, only to find myself picking it right back up to read one more chapter.
The characters are so real that it’s a little frightening. Normally in a story the writing isn’t as point-blank as in this book but it totally worked. The realness of the story made it so much more believable and relatable.
I also love the changing point of views not only from Naomi and Ely but also a string of other secondary characters. And all of them have their own style which is just awesome.
Definitely a Paige-Turn and this is going on my favorite’s shelf in my room. I would recommend this to anyone because I feel a lot of people can relate to it in some way or another. I seriously can’t tell you how awesome this book is! Just go get it yourself!
See you soon!


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