Once I started reading David Levithan books, I couldn’t stop. All of his books are unique and inventive, and Two Boys Kissing is no different. A Greek chorus made up of a generation lost to AIDS narrates this story of eight interconnected teenagers. The narrators are in awe of all the changes that have happened since their lifetime, but also sad to see that hatefulness and judgement have not gone away. The title characters are Craig and Harry, who have set out to break the Guinness World record for longest kiss. They attract a worldwide audience as they try to reach their goal. It is a beautifully written book that is both sad and hopeful.