Paper Towns by John Green

Summary: Quentin Jacobsen has spent his whole life admiring Margo Roth Spiegekman from afar.

Then the night comes when Margo climbs back into his life, dressed as a ninja.

Asking him for help.

Help to complete a plan that she's had for awhile.

He gladly follows her.

When the night ends Q wonders what schools going to be like.

When he gets there, Q discovers that Margo has become a mystery.

To everyone.

Him. Her friends. Her parents.

After a few days Q learns that Margo often leaves clues when she leaves.

Whether they are easy to follow or not. Whether they make sense or not.

She doesn't care.

But this time the clues are meant for someone unusual.

Someone who is usually not involved.


The more Q follows the clues, the more he learns that Margo isn't the girl he always use to think she was.

The girl he wanted her to be.

But that only makes it more important to him to find Margo.

He hopes he can save her.

Rating: 5 Stars

Review: John Green equals one word; AMAZING! I love all of his book. He has now become my favorite author ever. Which is a very nice title to have if I do say so myself. Paper Towns was a very well written novel about a very strange but intriguing concept. The more I read this book the more I thought about paper towns, the more I wanted to know. Margo was an excellent character. Very complex at times, but also very simple. Sweet and caring yet self centered. Then there's Q. I'm not sure what exactly can be said about him. He was probably my favorite character. I've always felt that John Green writes amazing male main characters and Paper Towns definitely proved that for me. I think everyone should read this book. Whether you like male main characters or not. Whether you've ever read something by John Green or not. I really think that anyone could enjoy this novel.



teenreadersgather said...

great job

Laina said...

This is on my to-read list, looks good. :)

Laina said...

Great review, too.

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