I will be devastated if you don't like this book! Written for older teens (I would say at least 15 and up) this book has wit and charm to burn. And, oddly, it has a lot of heart. At times it seems downright sentimental, but still edgy-- is that even possible?This is a book about two high school kids who are both named Will Grayson. Both live in suburban Chicago but they go to different schools. The chapters of the book alternate between Will Grayson (who's reluctantly falling in love with Jane while his best friend Tiny Cooper is staging a gay stage musical about his own life called Tiny Dancer which also features a character called Gil Wrayson, much to Will's embarrasment ) and will grayson, a depressed loner grappling with his own sexuality.One of the reasons I love this book is that it has several gay characters without really being a book about gay issues. It's a book about being comfortable with yourself, and risking embarrassment and failure (which, in High School, is everything) in pursuit of what you desire.And oh man I though it was funny, and I'm forty years old.