Review: Paper Towns – John Green

I’m a huge fan of John Green and after reading Paper Towns, I’m glad to say that I still am. Granted, I didn’t enjoy Paper Towns as much as I did the other books I’ve read by Green, but it’s definitely a book worth picking up.

John Green keeps you guessing as Quentin searches for Margo, using the clues she left behind. As he get’s closer, he starts to fear the worst, that Margo committed suicide just like the guy they had found as children. I think John did a great job of portraying the characters, showing that not everyone is who you expect them to be and that, in most cases, people are only paper thin until you get to know them.

Overall: I think this is a book you can learn from, in how people, most likely including yourself, see other people. We are often terribly wrong in our judgments of others  and some of us never take the time to figure that out. So take the time, and read Paper Towns! ;D

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