John Green is a big deal.
His books make us cry, laugh, reflect and dream. He has a way of writing that will bring tears to young adult and adult adult’s eyes. The characters he writes are beautiful studies of young people making their way through some of the scariest parts of life. Green says he’s able to write by empathizing with his characters. Which of his books is your favorite?
“When I write, I’m trying to imagine what it’s like to be someone else more than I’m trying to express what it’s like to be me.” (via johngreenbooks.com)
“An Abundance of Katherines”
Colin only dates Katherine’s that break his heart, but on a road trip he decides to prove The Theorem of Underlying Katherine Predictability, which he believes will predict the future of relationships and get him the girl. Was it your favorite?
“The Fault In Our Stars”
“Looking For Alaska”
Alaska Young is a fascinating specimen, who pulls Miles “Pudge” Halter into her world while at boarding school. They’re story is an awkward unfolding of a relationship. Does this love story get your vote?
Quentin Jacobsen spends this novel following clues the enigmatic Margo Roth Spiegelman left behind for him to find her. She turns out to be more of a mystery than he could have ever imagined. With a movie on the horizon, has your love for Paper Towns been rekindled?
“Will Grayson, Will Grayson”
Which John Green book is your favorite?
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