This collection of linked poems from David Levithan, the author of the New York Times bestseller Every Day and the groundbreaking classic Boy Meets Boy. Through a series of poems, Levithan (Boy Meets Boy) introduces readers to a group of friends and acquaintances, including a gay couple. The Realm of Possibility by David Levithan – review. ‘you have to read it to know how you feel about it. I love how unconventional it is’. Lydia.

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However, there was one character that stood out to me. In The Realm of Possibility, David Levithan presents 20 different poems, from 20 different characters, all illustrating the different problems and thoughts that teenagers have. Looking for More Great Reads? Poetry is just not my thing, peeps.

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I’m excited to continue making my way through his books. See all books by David Levithan. Aptly detailing relationships “Our friendship is made of bendy straws, long midnight letters, my so-called life marathons, sleepless sleepovers, diner milkshakes, apron strings, a belief in beauty, sucking helium, and ralm most trust I have ever felt for anyone.

It is never what you think it is. Also, don’t go into this expecting cute love stories because a lot of them actually have more serious tones. Whatever the reason, Oof Realm of Possibility was no exception and I was constantly pulled through a rollercoaster of emotions – even though I admittedly didn’t always get what was going on: It is more of a collection of little snippets ravid make a story.


Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I’m not sure what happened, because I didn’t entirely lose interest in it, I just I love teen fiction. You flip through the pages and find that it looks more like a collection of poetry than a novel. It’s not long – only pages – kf most of those pages are only half filled.

THE REALM OF POSSIBILITY by David Levithan | Kirkus Reviews

These stories and lives are interconnected in very interesting and often unconventional ways. I’ve read some of realmm by Ellen Hopkins and Lisa Schroeder and I found that writing in verse only added to the emotions I felt as a reader. You might not like everything you read in it, but that’s as natural as not liking everybody you meet.

Refresh and try again. Cocok sekali untuk anak muda penggemar YA. Jun 12, Ksenia Daid rated it really liked it. The two boys teetering on the brink of their first anniversary. You find yourself in your own body, and no matter how strong it is, it is separate.

Facebook facebook Twitter twitter Email mail. Raelm is a book that should be in the library of every high school and middle school. Ya sutra lah mas David Levithan. However, I loved the fact that it ended as it began, with Jed and Daniel.



I particularly liked the connections – whether they were subtle or more significant – between the stories. No synopsis could do justice to the complexities of the interconnectedness of these characters.

Tapi di mana ada kemauan di situ ada jalan halaahh. It’s about getting back up, getting even, getting marijuana. On the one hand, it works: That would only spoil everything.

The girl who writes love songs for a girl she can’t have. Nov 05, Sophia rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is a quick read and I wouldn’t even say it is neccessary to read if you want to be exposed to David Levithan’s work. To fully see the relationships, I created a chart to show whose story was whose, who they liked and didn’t like, who they mentioned I’m not saying to go out and read this straight away because I know that David Levithan’s books are an acquired taste.

The characters in The Realm of Possibility felt to me like those actors that play teens in movies but are really adults. So, enter their intricately interconnected lives and prepare to welcome the realm of possibility open to us all. Media reporter, reviewer, producer, guest booker, blogger.