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Everything, Everything

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Written By: Nicola Yoon
Narrated By: Bahni Turpin, Robbie Daymond
Date: September 1, 2015
Duration: 6 hours and 44 minutes

Genres: Teens, Social & Family Issues, New Experiences, Friendship, Contemporary, Romance


Madeline Whittier is an 18-year-old who suffers from Severe Combined Immunodeficiency (SCID). She is allergic to everything in the external environment and is thus confined to her room, in a sealed-off environment. Apart from her mother, her only companion is Carla, her nurse. She is not allowed to go out and others are not allowed to meet her as it may contaminate her. A new family moves as their neighbors. The family has a mother and two teens one of which is Olly Bright. Olly and Madeline start communicating over emails and messages. Slowly they get to know each other and fall in love. Madeline’s mother is upset upon finding their love for each other and fires Carla for allowing Olly to meet her daughter.


Everything, Everything by Nicola Yoon Audiobook explores the blossoming love and romance between Madeline Whittier and Olly Bright. It also has shades of dark love between Madeline and her mother, where Madeline is kept confined to her room for her paranoia of keeping her safe. The book presents and asks questions like- how far can one go for the person one loves? Is the life confined to a room without experiencing a life worth living etc? The central plot of the book revolves around Madeline, her current situation being confined to a room in life and how she discovers life and true love with Olly.


The writing is easy and fluid and has an informal manner. The book treats the mundane life lessons in a refreshing manner. The book is easy and exciting read which provides life lessons which everyone needs irrespective of the age. Also it`s one of best sellers right now.


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