Better be called Radar than Bloody Ben.
well in terms of how they got them...obviously, but where did your comment about it come from?
An Abundance of Katherines and Hassan.
An Abundance of Katherines and Colin.
Favorite book has to be An Abundance of Katherines because it's about the want to create something that's completely your own and that's what I'd like to do. But fortunately that book helped me a lot to understand some other ways to live in the memories of people. Favorite character is Hassan. I just love his development through the book.
I connected to Paper Towns on so many different levels, it's by far Johns best book, well to me anyway! I feel such a connection to it, and my favourite character by far is Q for being so real to me or Margo for being able to relate to her so well.
The Fault In Our Stars is not only my favorite John Green book, but my favorite book of all time. I felt all of the things! And Augustus Waters is my favorite character<3
Book: Undoubtably TFiOS, mainly because I related to Hazel Grace more than I have any other female book character.
Character: Augustus Waters. I know it's cheesy and probably cliched, but if I met Augustus Waters in real life I would want to be his best friend because of how genuinely awesome he is.
It’s hard to explain why John Green’s latest young-adult novel, The Fault In Our Stars, is so great, because any attempts to outline the plot or characters make it sound like one of the worst books ever written. Green has always excelled at writing the sorts of young-adult books where the characters learn important things about themselves, which is already dangerous territory for writing anything that’s not unrepentant treacle.
1,000 points for use of the phrase unrepentant treacle!