[Caution: contains spoilers]
LET ME 'SPLAIN. NO...THERE IS TOO MUCH. LET ME SUM UP
Right off the bat, I will tell you this: I loved Paper Towns. Between this and The Fault in Our Stars (a.k.a. TFIOS), John Green manages to create a book that is quite actually depressing but somehow funny and entertaining. TFIOS is, of course,…Continue
Added by Kate Gomberg on December 13, 2013 at 10:18am — No Comments
Hello to all fellow Nerdfighters :-)
So, I recently finished reading Paper Towns written by the wonderful John Green. The story of Margo Roth Spiegelman and her many adventures and thoughts on paper towns was truly one that I will never forget. I especially liked the character of Quentin because I found him easy to relate to. Like him, I am a very anxious person and to witness his development of courage throughout the novel was very…Continue
Added by Alainah Mirza on April 2, 2013 at 9:26am — No Comments
This is my 1st Blog post I just wanted to share a story
So i went into a book shop... a bit high street bookshop we have in england.... I was looking for paper town but couldnt find it anywhere
So i go up to the till and ask the woman at the desk... Could you tell me where Paper towns by John green is.
So she takes me to the other side of the shop.
On the way there she starts asking if i've read any other of his books and I told her that i have read all of them…Continue
Out of all of John Green’s books, for some unknown reason Paper Towns was the one I wanted to read the most. Unfortunately I couldn’t find it at any library near by. Then my made-of-awesome brother (TheGinge) gave it to me for Christmas! It surpassed whatever expectations I had for it (not sure what those were) and it is definitely my favourite John Green book so far. I was walking around the house singing “This is such a good book, oh my lordy this is such a good boooooooook”. I…Continue
Added by Adela Bezemer-Cleverley on December 29, 2011 at 5:39pm — No Comments
I would like to start off by saying that this book was no where near as enthralling as Looking for Alaska. The book started off rather quickly and then started to pander off. I would have to say that the best part isn't even the ending. The best part of the book, in my own opinion, was the first half of Part Three. That's a moment where you get to see a lot of personality in the characters. Up until that point every character in the book just seemed flat and unrealistic. They seemed as if…Continue
Added by Wayne "Plank" Lewis on December 26, 2011 at 2:50am — No Comments
Favorite Video Game Console
I just found the first proper book that I ever read.
It has an unused sticker inside it. Seriously.
Kid me, thank you for that present.
I'm planning on reading it now.
P.S. I read the rest of Paper Towns today and it is in the running for one of my all-time favourite books. Holy crap though. Why haven't I read this before?
Added by Emily Bowers on July 6, 2011 at 10:10pm — No Comments
Help me get John to see this post so i can get the movie rights by reading the post script :)
I have been a long time Nerdfighter, but a first time "poster". I own a small film company in Ocala, FL, just about an hour outside of Orlando, FL. I have been making films for about 4 years but have never posted on Youtube because I have only worked on other peoples movies, shorts, music videos etc. I was thinking about making a movie for about the past 2…
Added by Erica Harr on April 9, 2011 at 8:30pm — No Comments
Tonight I am going to start John Green's "Paper Towns." I want you to read along. Or should I say, I want you to read along, and then I want you to share your thoughts. I plan on adding some thoughts on the book by Wednesday, January 19.
After "Paper Towns," I am open to suggestions for the next book. Maybe we can read a classic or a work of horror or science fiction--who knows? (I have been dying to read and discuss Melville's "Moby Dick.")
But since I've been on a…Continue
Added by Dan Geraghty on January 17, 2011 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Added by Haley H. on October 27, 2010 at 11:03pm — No Comments
So yesterday, I finished reading Paper Towns, by of course John Green. I thought I better read it, as it is like Nerdfighter duty, and i love reading, so I gave it a go...and i LOVED it!! Wow, it was such a good book, really funny, and i love margo and quentin's characters, they were just fantastic. I also loved Ben, he was a such a character, and his very, um.. 'wise' words on life were really
funny, awkward, weird inspiring! The ending just topped it all off too, after…
Added by Sophie G on October 11, 2010 at 1:04am — No Comments
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