Everything I Know pulls you in right from the very beginning with a situation that is every teacher's nightmare and which transforms into another kind of nightmare born out of the power of a wrong word, and of a decision made with the best of intentions. But within this impossibly difficult scenario, a spark of kindness and love takes root and slowly grows into something wonderful.
The characters feel real, relatable, they're flawed, but mature. Connor is such an amazing guy. And Wes too. He's more reserved than Connor, who wears his heart on his sleeve, but he's a pretty great guy himself.
One of the things that i love best about this story, is how human it is. As in real life, until faced with a tricky or unfair situation,
it's impossible to know how one might react, how others around us will react, what to expect. I love Connor for his inherent goodness, he's such a generous soul. He's someone i'd like to have as a friend. The story is a roller-coaster of emotion in the best way possible. I highly recommended it!