As many people know, David Leviathan co-wrote Will Grayson, Will Grayson with John Green, making him somewhat of an author that I imagined I would like just as much.
I have already read one of his books- Everyday, which I enjoyed more after reading it, I found that the message of the story stuck with me more than the actual story itself.
Either way, I was excited to jump into Are We There Yet. It's a short book, even shorter when you realise some of the chapters are half of one page.
My only point of contention with this book, is that I didn't connect with it at all, I enjoyed the story, but I just felt disconnected from the characters and the world, perhaps due to the constant switching POV's between the two main characters. And nothing substantial really happened, so it almost felt like a waste of time.
It was still a nice afternoon read, and John Green lovers should definitely check David Leviathan out.