Naomi and Ely's No Kiss List Paperback
From the dream team David Levithan and Rachel Cohn who brought you Nick and Norah's Infinite playlist.
Naomi and Ely prove that any great friendship can be as confusing, treacherous, inspiring and wonderful as any great romance.
Naomi and Ely have been best friends forever. Naomi loves and is in love with Ely, and Ely loves Naomi, but prefers to be in love with boys.
So they create their "No Kiss List" of people neither of them is allowed to kiss. And this works fine - until Bruce. Bruce is Naomi's boyfriend, so there's no reason to put him on the List.
But Ely kissed Bruce - and the resulting fallout is going to shake up the world!
Perfect for fans of Sarah Dessen, Rainbow Rowell, and Morgan Matson.
David and Rachel's other collaborations include Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist and The 12 Days of Dash and Lily.
David Levithan is the New York Times best-selling author of Boy Meets Boy, Every Day, and Another Day.
His many collaborations include Will Grayson, Will Grayson with Fault in Our Stars author John Green.
Tiny Cooper from Will Grayson, Will Grayson, now has his own novel: Hold Me Closer: The Tiny Cooper Story. David's latest collaboration with Rachel Cohn, The Twelve Days of Dash and Lily, was picked by Zoella for her Book Club with WHSmiths.
David is also a highly respected children's book editor, whose list includes many luminaries of children's literature, including Garth Nix, Libba Bray and Suzanne Collins.
He lives and works in New York. Rachel Cohn was born in Maryland but now also lives in New York.
Among her many YA novels are Gingerbread, Shrimp, and Cupcake.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 256 pages
- Publisher: Egmont UK Ltd
- Publication Date: 03/07/2014
- Category: General
- ISBN: 9781405272445
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Review by Kassilem
If I wasn’t working my way through all of David Levithan’s book’s I probably wouldn’t have read this. I read the other two books he co-wrote with Rachel Cohn and I didn’t like those one, so I doubted I would like this one either. It’s a bad way to start a book. But I was right – I didn’t like this book any more than the other two. I do like David Levithan’s writing. I’m not positive how the two co-write their books but I’ve always assumed that he wrote the male perspectives and she wrote the female perspectives. I usually like the male perspectives and not the female perspectives so that made sense. In this book, I really didn’t like Naomi. Like, really didn’t like. But what was surprising was that I didn’t like Ely all that much either. Good thing it was so short a book. Check it off the list and move on to other better books.