This book started out somewhat slow as the two Wills were introduced, then it began building up. It got funnier, more engaging - just, better - as it moved deeper into the story. Both Will Graysons were interesting though very different. Perhaps the only thing they had in common was their name. The direction that the story took was very unpredictable, but unpredictable is always good. I didn't know LGB (no T because no one was transgendered here XD) was a large part of the book, but it only made the story more colorful.