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Paper Towns Who Is The Real Margo Quentin Jacobsen Has Spent A Lifetime Loving The Magnificently Adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman From Afar So When She Cracks Open A Window And Climbs Into His Life Dressed Like A Ninja And Summoning Him For An Ingenious Campaign Of Revenge He Follows After Their All Nighter Ends, And A New Day Breaks, Q Arrives At School To Discover That Margo, Always An Enigma, Has Now Become A Mystery But Q Soon Learns That There Are Clues And They Re For Him Urged Down A Disconnected Path, The Closer He Gets, The Less Q Sees The Girl He Thought He Knew

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  • Hardcover
  • 305 pages
  • Paper Towns
  • John Green
  • English
  • 09 August 2018
  • 0525478183

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About the Author: John Green

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name.John Green s first novel, Looking for Alaska, won the 2006 Michael L Printz Award presented by the American Library Association His second novel, An Abundance of Katherines, was a 2007 Michael L Printz Award Honor Book and a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize His next novel, Paper Towns, is a New Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this name.John Green s first novel, Looking for Alaska, won the 2006 Michael L Printz Award presented by the American Library Association His second novel, An Abundance of Katherines, was a 2007 Michael L Printz Award Honor Book and a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize His next novel, Paper Towns, is a New York Times bestseller and won the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best YA Mystery In January 2012, his most recent novel, The Fault in Our Stars, was met with wide critical acclaim, unprecedented in Green s career The praise included rave reviews in Time Magazine and The New York Times, on NPR, and from award winning author Markus Zusak The book also topped the New York Times Children s Paperback Bestseller list for several weeks Green has also coauthored a book with David Levithan called Will Grayson, Will Grayson, published in 2010 The film rights for all his books, with the exception of Will Grayson Will Grayson, have been optioned to major Hollywood Studios.In 2007, John and his brother Hank were the hosts of a popular internet blog, Brotherhood 2.0, where they discussed their lives, books and current events every day for a year except for weekends and holidays They still keep a video blog, now called The Vlog Brothers, which can be found on the Nerdfighters website, or a direct link here

10 thoughts on “Paper Towns

  1. says:

    I need to start off with my criticism of John Green 1 Margo and Quentin are exactly the same people as Colin and Katherine and Miles and Alaska Quentin Colin Miles is this very thoughtful, somewhat nerdy young man who is on the cusp of fucking reaching out and grabbing life by the balls however he can He is also enad with Margo Alaska Katherine, a girl who is unattainable She is unpredictable and full of a shimmering charm she fades oasis style the closer and closer you try to get In a I need to start off with my criticism of John Green 1 Margo and Quentin are exactly the same...

  2. says:

    Why so many good ratings for this book It could basically be called Looking for Margo, or Paper Alaska, because it s the same formula, again and again How many books can he write about an unbelievable teenager secretely loving another unbelievable teenager Everything was so absurd, Quentin s parents, the road trip, Ben, the black Santas All the metaphors are perharps what made me lose it completely The book that Quentin reads, Song of Myself, all the thoughts he had about it are so painfull Why so many good ratings for this book It could basically be called Looking for Margo, or Paper Alaska, becau...

  3. says:

    I enjoyed Paper Towns but did not love it as much as Johns other work The ending was not as fulfilling as I hoped.3.5 5 stars Xx

  4. says:

    Nothing ever happens like you imagine it will, she says But then again, if you don t imagine, nothing ever happens at allI already said this in a status update but I am so glad I reread Paper Towns 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 itIt is so hard to leave until you leave And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the worldThen TFiNothing ever happens like you imagine it will, she says But then again, if you don t imagine, nothing ever happens at allI already said this in a status update but I am so glad I reread Paper Towns 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 itIt is so hard to leave until you leave And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the worldThen TFiOS happened and I began to question my feelings for John Green s writing 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.You see, here s some trut...

  5. says:

    beatlemania is nothing compared to what i feel for john green right now this book was the perfect palate cleanser between all the dark apocalyptic stuff i have been shoving in my face i have been reading so much dystopian YA that i forgot there were other options i bought this ages ago, because i read looking fo...

  6. says:

    The following is quite a lot of dribble that I felt the need to get off my chestHmmmwhat to say I m kind of perplexed by this book I know I never want to read the name Margo Roth Spielgelman ever again, that s for sure The characters apart from the previously named were fantastic and very believable The dialogue between the friends was great and funny as I have come to expect from John Green The first quarter of the book was highly enjoyable and then it deteriorated for me I think The following is quite a lot of dribble that I felt the need to get off my chestHmmmwhat to say I m kind of perplexed by this book I know I never want to read the name Margo Roth Spielgelman ever again, that s for sure The characters apart from the pr...

  7. says:

    Mirroring is a concept in psychology where a person can know himself better by soliciting feedbacks from other people who he interacts with either at home or at work Last weekend, I attended a company sponsored teambuilding session and the facilitator used this I got some good feedbacks that confirmed what I already knew but also some revelations Those included in the so called blindspots quadrant.In this novel Paper Towns, John Green indirectly used Margo Roth Spiegelman for Quentine Jac Mirroring is a concept in psychology where a person can know himself better by soliciting feedbacks from other people who he interacts with either at home or at work Last weekend, I attended a company sponsored teambuilding session and the facilitator used this I got some good feedbacks that confirmed what I already knew but also some revelations Those included in the so called blindspots quadrant.In this novel Paper Towns, John Green indirectly used Margo Roth Spiegelman for Quentine Jacobsen or simply Q to understand love and life and to know himself better as a perso...

  8. says:

    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 His obsession with Margo, who he didn t really even know, was really annoying I realize that this was one of the messages of the book, that we all assign traits and personalities to...

  9. says:

    Oh dear lord, I found this book immensely irritating.I ve only just finished reading Looking For Alaska which was an okay book and thus it was immediately apparent that this book was EXACTLY LIKE LOOKING FOR ALASKA It had the same geeky male character The same kooky aka annoying female character The same male best friend And whilst this was okay in LFA, reading the same characters again was annoying And it seemed like they were on the same journey as in FA, except obviously there s a di Oh dear lord, I found this book immensely irritating.I ve only just finished reading Looking For Alaska which was an okay book and thus it was immediately apparent that this book was EXACTLY LIKE LOOKING FOR ALASKA It had the same geeky male character The same kooky aka annoying female character The same male best friend And whilst this was okay in LFA, reading the same characters again was annoying And it seemed like they were on the same journey as in FA, except obviously there s a divergence in the second half Call this book the Alternate Universe version of LFA, if you will Also, I just found elements of this book preposterous view spoiler Margo running away, so far away Considering she has no troubles at home, there doesn t seem to be a strong enough reason for an eighteen year old to suddenly decide to r...

  10. says:

    Unexpected in many ways but still quite a ride THOSE UNREACHABLE PEDESTALS Nothing ever happens like you imagine it will. This book definitely wasn t what I expected but then again it surprised me in many ways, and I also made me think, so clearly this wasn t a journey without a return.How well do we know the other people How well do we know our neighbors How well do we know our own close friends How well do we know our first crush I am not shocked if many readers wouldn t enjoy this book, s Unexpected in many ways but still quite a ride THOSE UNREACHABLE PEDESTALS Nothing ever happens like you imagine it will. This book definitely wasn t what I expected but then again it surprised me in many ways, and I also made me think, so clearly this wasn t a journey without a return.How well do we know the other people How well do we know our neighbors How well do we know our own close friends How well do we know our first crush I am not shocked if many readers wouldn t enjoy this book, since without spoilers, don t worry it s a love story like not one you may expected, but still hardly a bad one Just real But then again, if you don t imagine, nothing e...

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