I need to start off with my criticism of John Green: She is unpredictable and full of a shimmering charm; she fades oasis-style the closer and closer you try to get. In addition, she feels too much and is never really seen for who she is but rather, for who everyone wants her to be. Green knows these people and has lit them from inside with realism and dimension.
A little bit too perfectly quirky. I cannot totally relate or believe in a guy who has invented a mathematical formula calculating the probability that the next Katherine he dates will dump him. I think it's a creative premise that makes me want to read the book and is extremely well-executed, but if I don't believe in someone, I'm not going to fully feel for them or understand them. This prevents me from enjoying the book as much as I do Margaret Atwood, etc.
Maybe this doesn't bother anyone else, but it bothers me, and I just can't put the guy up on a pedestal. However, however, I fucking loved this book. And I'm not going to summarize it. It was practically perfect and ridiculously engrossing and extremely fascinating so much so that my adverb use has increased exponentially.
If I even tried to give a synopsis, it would trivialize it too much. Green uses Leaves of Grass in a way that made me want to re-read it after having suffered through it in high school and potentially graffiti it all over the United States because: I love Green's use of periods.
Part of why I loved it is for selfish reasons. Margo's struggles are my own, and her hates are my hates. In Quentin deciphering Margo, it helped me realize a lot of things about myself; this is something that would be valuable to anyone who needs to become the wounded man. I enjoyed Paper Towns but did not love it as much as Johns other work. The ending was not as fulfilling as I hoped. I first read it years ago; back before I'd heard of vlogbrothers, back when John Green was only known by a handful of readers, way way back before The Fault in Our Stars.
And I loved it. And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the world. I know millions loved his tragicomedy about teens with cancer, yet I found it cheesy and contrived, with unrealistic characters who wallowed in their own pretentious philosophy sorry fans, but that's how I felt. And I began to wonder if perhaps his books had always been like that and I'd somehow missed it.
If perhaps Paper Towns wouldn't be the way I remembered it. It was a humorous, mystery, teenage story, and I couldn't have had more fun going along the adventure with the characters. This book became my second favorite John Green book. I also understood what all the characters were going through, since they were in high school.
A movie was also recently made for the book, and it was a pretty good movie except they messed up the ending and it was a little frustrating. In the very beginning, they show a shot of a car driving down a neighborhood street, and it was the street I live on, so I thought that was pretty cool also. I would really recommend this book to anyone and everyone. It is a miraculous journey, and I think everyone should enjoy it like I did.
Again, just because it is a John Green book doesn't mean that it is only for girls. I think boys should read it too, because I know they will secretly enjoy it. I think that adults can learn a lot of important things from this book also, so I recommend it to them to. This book quickly became another one of my favorites, and I'm sure that if you read it too, it will be the same for you.
Add book Sign In. That was the first book I read by John Green, and it is one of my absolute favorites, so I decided to check some more of h Paper Towns John Green. I have a good faith belief that use of the material in the manner complained of is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or law. The American publishers Dutton Books had published it in John Michael Green was born in in Indiana.
Besides writing, he is also a critic and historian as well as he also creates videos on YouTube for educational purpose with the help of his brother Hank Green.
They have produced several educational events and teaching material on their channel VlogBrothers. John Green has written several novels. He was given a Printz Award in for his very first creation Looking for Alaska. He achieved more peaks of success in , when he won Edgar Award for his under discussion novel Paper Towns. The main characters of Paper Towns are: At this stage the story changes and takes you to the present time. Now Q and Margo are not together.
One night Margo meets with Q and asks him for his help to revenge some people who have destroyed her life. They start doing this, but during their stay on sea World, Margo disappeared. Q worries that she might commit suicide so he wants to find her at all cost. Finally, when he finds her in a small town, Q realizes that she wants to remain hidden.
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A CIP catalogue record of this book is available from the British Library ISBN 1 7 hesmatcchfet.cf PAPER TOWNS. Contents PROLOGUE PART ONE Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8 Chapter 9 PART TWO Chapter 10 Chapter 11 Chapter 12 Chapter
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‘Paper Towns‘ is taught in several high schools and colleges. Due to the clever construction of this fantastic book’s story, it was ranked #5 on the New York Times bestseller list, and also won the Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Mystery. I was pretty disappointed in Paper Towns. I am a big fan of John Green but found this book plodding and boring. I hated the Margo character and thought that Q was a big whiner.