Say What You Will

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  • Title: Say What You Will
  • Author: Cammie McGovern
  • ISBN: 9780062271112
  • Page: 297
  • Format: Paperback
Say What You Will

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About “Cammie McGovern

  • Cammie McGovern

    Cammie McGovern was a Stegner Fellow at Stanford and received the Nelson Algren Award in short fiction Her work has been published in Redbook, Seventeen, Glimmer Train, TriQuarterly, and other publications.

499 thoughts on “Say What You Will

  • REBECCA FUCKING LOWMAN I had to get that off my chest.Say What You Will and I were getting along great for the most part yes, even despite my dislike of this narrator until the main character, Amy, decided she didn t give two shits about anyone but herself Matthew goes out his way for Amy and cares for her, helps her when no one else does And what does Amy do to repay him time and time again She insults him, cheats on him and still expects him to show up when she is at her lowest I just hated se [...]

  • This is definitely a diverse book And for that, I should throw confetti, right Well, I ll throw half a handful of confetti Because I need to talk to you peoples about it first I am literally at a loss right now.It s a beautiful book, don t get me wrong I m just not completely happy with how it dealt with a lot of topics And before I say anything else trust me, the author definitely knows on these subjects than I do I am justa blogger Plus I stalked researched the author, and she works with chil [...]

  • I was skeptical going into this book because I know absolutely nothing about cerebral palsy and eventually I did some research in the middle of this book , so I had no clue what to expect if this book was about friendship, or something extra I think it definitely proves a great point that nonverbal people can still be intelligent and witty, and as someone who s never read a book about anyone with CP before, I appreciate that this story exists But on the other hand, I think Matthew s OCD was done [...]

  • 3.5 starsSay What You Will is cute, honest and eye opening I believe the story is written to give the readers a better understanding of cerebral palsy CP and obsessive compulsive disorder OCD and I admire the author for courageously choosing to write a love story about characters that have these conditions.Matthew who is supposed to help Amy with her physical limitations caused by her CP ends up being helped by Amy on his mental and emotional limitations caused by his OCD and throughout the stor [...]

  • Say What You Will is a moving story about two people facing incredible challenges that fall in love and find hope in each other It s sweet and wonderful, but also sad and frustrating at times 3rd person is always hard for me to connect to characters in a book, and this is where my inability to love this one stems from I also found it a tad long which is probably related to the latter But it s a book I m glad I read the raw honesty of these people s harsh lives ended up being both eye opening and [...]

  • Actual rating is 4.5 stars.In my experience, it s a rare thing to find to find a novel that portrays physical disabilities and mental disorders as brilliantly as Say What You Will does Nearly everything about Say What You Will is difficult to come across, with its searing emotion, sparkling wit, and beautiful writing and I loved it all Usually, a novel dealing with disorders or disabilities of some kind ends up feeling emotionally manipulative, but thankfully this is not the case with Say What Y [...]

  • This was a major disappointment for me I thought it sounded great when I first read the synopsis and so I bought it right away when it first came out It then sat on my tbr pile forever since I just kind of lost interest Finally I decided to pick it up this weekend and wow that was I don t even know.This was much too juvenile for my tastes It was very much HERE IS THE LESSON YOU SHOULD LEARN FROM THIS BOOK OKAY and that was just kind of annoying.The characters were okay although they made some pr [...]

  • Just when I thought I was maybe growing out of young adult books, along came Cammie McGovern, and alongside her came Amy and Matthew, reminding me exactly why I fell in love with YA in the first place Amy and Matthew seems like a book that was written for me it contains everything I love and most importantly, two imperfect protagonists who were easy to admire from the very beginning Both characters have diagnosable disabilities , Amy has Cerebral Palsy and Matthew has OCD Though both conditions [...]

  • See reviews at YA Midnight Reads3.5 starsSay What You Will is hands down, the most surprising novel I ve read so far in the year of 2014 Everything about it the characters, the twists, the romance, the plot all of it was remarkable I do have my qualms, but this is going down as one of the most incredibly unique novels I ve read EVER.Cammie McGovern s novel is surprising and unique for one main reason the characters Amy was born with cerebral palsy and cannot walk without the aid of her walker o [...]

  • This review has also been posted on The Social PotatoWhen I first heard about this book, I wasn t sure how I d feel about it but as the reviews started rolling in and many people I knew liked it, I became and interested, so that s why when I finally picked Say What You Will up, I had soaring expectations They were met at first, but that eventually changed and a twist near the end of the book was too much for me It made this book take on a soap opera like feel and there was just too much unnece [...]

  • I don t know where to start I didn t know what the book was about and I like to be surprised When I started reading and saw that it was the story of a girl with cerebral palsy and a boy with severe OCD and socially inept, I soon realized that this novel was different, I had never read anything like it It was a real learning, overturn prejudices, to see beyond the disability I liked it a lot and think it would be great if the schools students had to read this book, learn to respect the difference [...]

  • I could not put this downe characters are genuine and captivating Their struggles with their issues are honest and heart wrenching This should be a Printz contender For older teens or the New Adult category.

  • I, like many of you sticklers out there who feel the need to compare previously popular books such as The Fault in Our Stars, Twilight, and The Hunger Games to new ones, have been shown up yet again I completely expected a Fault in Our Stars knock off with cerebral palsy instead of cancer, because that s what a bunch of reviews told me Suffice to say, it was not A book about illnesses does not constitute a rip off of John Green I mean it can sometimes, I ve read some, but anyways Amy has cerebra [...]

  • Oh, how I had such high hopes for this book.I read the description on and immediately thought, I NEED to buy this book So I did just that, the day it came out, and I read it essentially in one fell swoop, only pausing to sleep And I was so very disappointed.The first part of the book was incredible learning Amy and Matthew s story, watching their friendship bloom and transform into something possibly , something neither of them had ever planned It felt a little bit like Eleanor Park by Rainbow R [...]

  • All of my reviews are spoiler free unless stated otherwise so you can go ahead and read my review This story is absolutely beautiful and I feel like there needs to be books like this out there in the YA community Amy has severe cerebral palsy and has to use a walker to get around and a special machine to speak for her Amy is super intelligent and is sick of living in a shell, so for her senior year, she decides to get peer helpers instead of teacher aides in order to make friends and make the m [...]

  • Edit like a year later thinking back, this book is nowhere near a 4.5 for me Amy actions in the last half of this book really bothered me Can t do it Original review 4.5 stars I think I adored this book and these characters to pieces, but there s just something keeping me from giving it a full five stars That being said, I still really liked the plot and I would definitely recommend this book to fans of Rainbow Rowell So cute.

  • I loved this I loved Amy and Matthew I can t remember the last time I read a YA book with such flawed but lovable characters They both make bad decisions through the course of the book, but I love how they handled the consequences, and in the end isn t that what you want from your protagonists For them to make mistakes and grow If you liked ELEANOR PARK you re not going to want to miss this one.

  • An Electronic Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher via Edelweiss for review Quotes have been pulled from an ARC and may be subject to change.Say What you Will spotlights disabled characters and that s something I was looking forward to reading in this one I love the fact that we get to see a different perspective of someone with cerebral palsy and another with an obsessive compulsion disorder Both points of views let the readers in on a glimpse of what it s like to live as someone [...]

  • You can read of my reviews at Queen of ContemporaryYou know a novel is truly flawless when you feel as if it s natural the words flow into one and you are witnessing the events through the characters eyes without fault That s how I felt when reading Amy Matthew.One of the easiest ways to describe Amy Matthew is to quote from the text itself there were many ways to be a freak Amy had no choice, but other people did If you worked hard and concentrated, you could hide your freakish thoughts Amy ha [...]

  • Okay, so I very much appreciate the fact that this book exists Because books about characters who have disabilities and yet lead perfectly normal lives are few and far between And I ve NEVER come across a book where the protagonist had cerebral palsy before, so that was great I also liked the fact that McGovern was all HEY, GUESS WHAT PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES CAN HAVE SEX Because I know that friends who have disabilities really struggle with people being all wait, you can have sex Um Duh BUT Amy [...]

  • I was so happy to get my hands on this book as an ARC.Sure, there are a few notable books about teens with disabilities Marcelo in the Real Worldand The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night Timejump to mind but never have I read a book like Cammie McGovern s latest, Say What You Will.Say What You Will gives us a typical teen age love story What is not typical, though, are the teens themselves More often than not, teens with disabilities in fiction have wings, or can read minds or can taste e [...]

  • o I m not a Huge contemporary fan I like books that are far away from the truth as possible But when I read the summary of this book I felt a huge draw to it, and I am so glad I read it.Literally something I ve never ever read about, never would think of reading A girl with cerebral palsy and a boy with OCD Sounds like a disaster love story yes In some ways but in others an amazing tear jerker I loved the writing style in this book A lot of inner monologue which was so refreshing Carries writing [...]

  • This book promised to be a cross between Eleanor and Park and The Fault in Our Stars and sadly, I did not think it delivered Matthew takes on a job to be an aide to a disabled girl named Amy who has trouble walking and speaking She had adult aides in the past, but she decided she needed to learn how to make friends so her mother hires students to help her in school Amy is attractive but she drools and cant speak The book is about the relationship that develops between Amy and Matthew The book mo [...]

  • The very first thing I d like to point out in this review is that this is NOT like the Fault in Our Stars This is NOT like Eleanor and Park This is NOT a story about 2 kids with cancer who fall in love and then they die and then they mourn and whatever No It s not even close to that Say What You Will takes TFIOS and stomps on it, in fact it trumps it on so many levels I don t know why I m spending so much time trying to convince you that this book is unique It is You ll know from the very first [...]

  • I picked up Say What You Will when I was feeling really sick and just wanted an easy read I hadn t heard a lot about the book, so I didn t really have any expectations I have seen it compared to John Green s The Fault in Our Stars I honestly hate this comparison, the only thing that they have in common is that it has kids with medical issues I thought this was very different from the Fault in Our Stars but it was still a good book.Say What You Will primarily focuses on Amy and Matthew Amy has Ce [...]

  • Amy, a senior in high school, has cerebral palsy Pushed by her mother to excel academically, Amy has never truly had a friend or opportunities to experience the social aspects of school So, for her senior year, she convinces her mother to hire peer helpers to assist her at school One of her helpers is Matthew, an awkward boy who has OCD Obsessive Compulsive Disorder For each, daily life can be a struggle, but they both proved obstacles can be overcome As Amy and Matthew navigate senior year, I f [...]

  • 4.5 stars This book was so beautifully written and had such amazing characters I will say this book spoke to me on a personal level as a lot of the issues in this book are things that are personal to my life

  • This review will post to Ashley Loves Books at a later date There are so many things I can t say about this book, simply because I feel like there are no words that can accurately describe it If ever a standout in the YA genre, it is Say What You Will, in almost every aspect.The obvious way is that it deals with two characters who have their own handicaps Amy, with her disability, and Matthew, who seems fine but you learn has his own disabilities that cripple him perhaps not in the same visual w [...]

  • 3.5 starsAmy and MatthewYaah It s a love story a story of two disabled high school students Whereas Amy is a patient of cerebral palsy, Matthew is suffering from OCD And it s very clear that a love story of such central characters is a journey of searing sympathy, and so it is It s a story of falling in love for first time It s a story of soaring over fears and disabilities.Though the initial chapters was quite boring and sometime over stressed but as the story progresses it snags the reader s a [...]

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