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John Green Book club

The description is in the title. A place to discuss the books of J Scribble (and maybe his fellow teen-lit authors too)

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First John Green? 40 Replies

just wondering, which of John's books did everyone start with?  why?  and if you like, did you find Nerdfighteria through the books or the books through Nerdfighteria? i'd actually subscribed to the…Continue

Started by Danno. Last reply by Niamh Jan 30.

Which Book should I read next? 9 Replies

I just finished reading TFiOS and I wanted to know if you guys had any suggestions for which one to read next? (I haven't read any of them)Continue

Started by Spencer Aurand. Last reply by Michelle Nugent Jan 5, 2013.

My Problem with Alaska Young 10 Replies

I realize that Looking for Alaska is an excellent book, although it is my least favorite of all John Green's work that I've read so far. I think the reason is because I can't seem to think of Alaska…Continue

Started by Kathryn_never_Quathyryn. Last reply by Capn Bubbles Nerdfighting Pirate Nov 24, 2012.

Notes in books

So I saw a comment in the comment thingy about finding a note in a John Green book. I too have had the pleasure of finding such notes and left two of my own. It is really nice to have happen and I…Continue

Started by Emma Sky Apr 13, 2012.

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Comment by Amanda Cathey on September 6, 2013 at 11:18pm

I just finished John's entire book collection, ending in Will Grayson, Will Grayson (LOVED by the way ADORABLE!!) I finished An Abundance of Katherine's and Paper Towns in 3 days. I started with Looking for Alaska, and read TFioS afterward. He's a brilliant writer, and I'm excited for the movie and whatever he has in store!

Comment by Hanine ϟ on April 14, 2013 at 12:09pm

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Comment by Jane McGarvey on January 3, 2013 at 8:32pm

I just read Paper Towns over Christmas. I must say it was not my favorite. I loved Looking for Alaska. One of my friends tried to tell me that it stinks but I just told him to be quiet. I think that LFA is a great book that is under appreciated because it was his first book.

Comment by Emma Is Not That Posh on November 29, 2012 at 1:08pm

My English teacher actually compared John's books to Twilight today. I WAS FURIOUS.

Comment by Mireya M on September 12, 2012 at 5:51pm

buy* find*

Comment by Mireya M on September 12, 2012 at 5:51pm

ive read tfios,LFA and Paper towns...i just got WGWG,so ill start reading that,and i want to but AAOK but i cant fing it anywhere ugh ...
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Comment by Danno on July 1, 2012 at 6:15pm

tfios is, imo, the best, but all of the books are really great Fariza

Comment by Fariza Ahmed on July 1, 2012 at 4:22am

I've just read TFIOS, and I loved it! John Green write brilliantly! Love the sarcasm ! Haven't read his other books. How are they? :)

Comment by Neha Rahman on June 29, 2012 at 10:35pm

@Nathan, yes definitely. An Abundance of Katherines rarely gets the praise it deserves, but in my opinion it was great.  

Comment by Nathan Jackson on June 28, 2012 at 3:51pm

I am a big fan of John Green, my favourite author! I've never read An Abundance of Kathrine's? Is it worth a read? 

 

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