This book and its characters were good, although the plot could be a little predictable at times. Everything, Everything is about a girl who is allergic to everything, so in order to keep her alive, she stays inside in her air filtered, perfectly monitored home, where no one is allowed in and she can never go out. This also means that she has never gotten to experience life like a regular teenage girl, but after 17 whole years of being trapped by her own sensitivity, one could only take so much loneliness before something was bound to happen. And that something is a someONE: the new and mysterious boy next door named Olly. MAJOR SPOILER ALERT (WHICH MEANS TO STOP READING IF YOU MIGHT WANT TO READ THIS BOOK)!!!!!!
are you gone yet? Oh well, if you're still here either you don't care or you've read it so...
What I found slightly frustrating was that the entire book was built upon her allergy to everything, and that was the fascinating thing that made me pick up the book in the first place. But that was made an entire lie and taken away immediately in one quick event, which meant that what I thought was the challenge that the character had to overcome was solved (very anticlimatically), just like that. Maybe that was the purpose, but I found it slightly annoying. But if you need something to read and if I didn't spoil it enough already, you should read this book. Also cos books are always better than the movie.