Noahs Kuss -: ...Und plötzlich ist alles anders by David  Levithan

Noahs Kuss -: ...Und plötzlich ist alles anders

byDavid Levithan, Bernadette Ott

Kobo ebook | April 28, 2011 | German

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Eigentlich hat Paul von der Liebe genug, seit sein Ex-Freund Kyle ihn schmählich hat sitzen lassen. Doch dann trifft er Noah – und plötzlich ist alles ganz anders. Denn Paul und Noah verlieben sich heftig ineinander, und auch wenn beide über letzten Beziehungen noch nicht ganz hinweg sind, beschließen sie doch, sich aufeinander einzulassen. Pech nur, dass Ex-Freund Kyle genau den Moment, in dem Paul und Noah sich näherkommen, abpasst, um sich seinerseits wieder an Paul heranzumachen. Dadurch wird das frische Liebesglück der beiden sogleich auf eine ernsthafte Probe gestellt ...

Title:Noahs Kuss -: ...Und plötzlich ist alles andersFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:April 28, 2011Publisher:cbtLanguage:German

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ISBN - 10:3641039975

ISBN - 13:9783641039974


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Cute book a great, inclusive story for teens that adults will enjoy too #PlumReview
Date published: 2016-12-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Cute Story A very quick read with a cute bunch of characters. I found this book to be very lighthearted and sweet.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great lgbt+ novel! I've heard tons about David Levithan's novels but I've just never gotten around to picking one up, until Boy Meets Boy. The cover drew me in, and the first chapter kept me there. It's a great story, Levithan's writing is amazing, it's really smooth and poetic. And the fact that there's little to no homophobia within the story (except for Tony's town) is refreshing, I'd love for a town like that to exist. #plumreview
Date published: 2016-11-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Really cute It wasn't as good as "two boys kissing' But it was really cute. A quick read, and I got suupper attached to the characters. I didn't want to say goodbye.
Date published: 2016-02-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A very refreshing take on an LGBTQ+ oriented story. Boy Meets Boy is unlike any other LGBTQ+ story I have read so far. Although there were a lot of conflicts throughout the novel, it felt almost utopian if that makes any sense. This story revolves around multiple characters with varying identities and it was quite refreshing to learn about them and their everyday teenaged issues. Just by reading the first chapter alone, I knew I was going to love this story purely based on the beautiful way it was written. The writing style is very poetic and I found myself finding beautiful quotes on every page. Right away it is clear that this novel would be unlike many others in the LGBTQ+ genre. For one, everything and everyone is accepted. As stated earlier, everything feels very utopian. I've never seen a high school so accepting of every student, never mind an entire city/town. Rather than succumbing to the stereotypical conflicts found in most LGBTQ+ stories, Boy Meets Boy makes the characters sexuality feel if it just happens to be just another detail of the character's lives. The conflicts feel like they could belong to any gender/sexuality/race which makes this story relatable to anyone who chooses to read it. I loved the diversity of characters throughout this novel. Paul is an openly gay teenager who is accepted and loved by his family and friends, as a majority of the characters are. Paul is surrounded by a slew of diverse friends including Joni, his childhood best friend and Tony, a new addition to their group. Tony is one of the few characters that has to deal with parents who aren't very accepting of his sexuality. Infinite Darlene is a drag queen who also happens to be both homecoming queen and the star quarterback. Kyle is Paul's ex-boyfriend who is still a little confused about his sexuality. Then there is Noah, a new kid in school that Paul is immediately attracted to the second they meet. Although each of these characters are completely different from one another, they all fit together perfectly and compliment one another. Boy Meets Boy is a story that stands out from the rest. At times, things may seem a little to perfect, but for the most part it was fantastic to see such an optimal take on the LGBTQ community. I hope one day soon this "utopian" feeling can become an everyday reality. Boy Meets Boy does a great job in showing the world that it is possible for everyone to get along and live together peacefully.
Date published: 2015-11-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A cute story Paul, our main character, meets Noah one evening (in a bookstore!) and thus begins your average tale of high school love. Of course, Kyle, Paul’s ex, comes back in the picture and Paul screws up, big time. Now it’s up to Paul to fix the pieces of his life. In short, Boy Meets Boy is your average rom-com. With the exception that Paul lives in this somewhat-utopian town where everyone accepts each other for who they are. Although that’s certainly not the case in real life. This utopian-style town annoys most people but I actually found it refreshing and fun to read. Paul has many friends who certainly wouldn’t be accepted by most people today and to read a story where they were accepted was just outstanding. I loved all the side characters and their development, and I loved reading about all the different friendships and relationship. The friendship elements are also really highlighted throughout the book and I loved seeing all the support and help that Paul gets throughout the novel. The romance in this novel was also just adorable and you can’t help but root for Paul-Noah when you read Boy Meets Boy. From the first time they met to the end of the book, I was cheering them on. Paul is a teenage boy just looking to have fun and meet the right guy while Noah tries to appreciate life and enjoy his art. I just loved seeing their chemistry and seeing them bond over common interests. Boy Meets Boy is tragically short so I don’t to go on and on about the same points. Overall, Boy Meets Boy is a cute LGBT book that I highly recommend for fans of contemporaries or for people just looking for a cute story.
Date published: 2015-02-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful love story If you want a truly wonderful romance I wouldn't look any further than this. A lot of things in this book are unconventional, but at it's core it is an absolutely beautiful romance. I wanted things to work out for Paul and Noah so badly, it was torture watching then encounter all the obstacles that came their way. But what I think made the romance in Boy Meet Boy really stand out is that it wasn't about "being gay". It was just about two people falling in love. I am sucker for a book with really good characters and this book was full of them. I became so attached with almost everyone. Especially Paul and Infinite Darlene. I loved Paul. I wish more people were like him. He genuinely wanted to do the right thing and be there for all his friends. Even when those two things conflicted with one another. Infinite Darlene, loud and crazy though she may have been, was very much the same. Though Paul describes her as self absorbed, he explains that her sense of self was so big it also included her friends, and therefore by being self absorbed, she was also obsessed with her friends well being. I love that. All these fantastic elements, were enhanced by David Levithan's amazing, crystal clear narrative voice. It's a little quirky and off beat but incredibly descriptive and vivid. Totally unique. It made the story move along smoothly and it did so without any fluff or unnecessary extras. I couldn't imagine this story being told any other way. This is now one of my all time favourite books and I could see myself re-reading it a thousand times and not being sick of it. It's just that good. Final recommendation: A must read for all those who enjoy contemporary romance. It doesn't get much better than this.
Date published: 2012-07-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Big Calm A brilliant book about love in all its forms. Join Paul on his adventure to claim Noah's heart, understand his best friend Joni's heart when she changes for the worse, help his other best friend Tony break free from rules of religion and parents, guide a confussed ex-boyfriend Kyle through grief and to new love and beat Rip who makes all the odds. I really recomend this book for any readers who need to be calmed down a little or need a better understanding of those around them.
Date published: 2008-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Refreshing & witty Its a great read. David Levithan has great talent.
Date published: 2008-01-27