Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green
“I didn’t need you, you idiot. I picked you. And then you picked me back.”
One word to describe this book: BEAUTIFUL.
First off, this book did not made me cry. But this totally counts as one of my favorites mainly because of the characters and the story itself.
Everytime we read a book we always want to feel it, to feel like the characters, like we’re in that scene, with them, just invisible. To tell the difference between every character, we want to imprinted on it especially when the story goes deeper and we want to be a part of it. That’s what I felt like while reading this book. I finished this in 2 days and honestly, without all the school stuff I’d finish this in one day. I loved the story. I was just so in love with it.
I guess I’ve been carefully picking out the books that I’m gonna read for the next few days and it’s always been about the idea of a road trip. It’s good and I’m happy of reading books that have completely different adventures as such.
I’m so in love with Margo and Quentin. I love Quentin so much that I’d die just to have someone like Q. There are just people who really do things that goes beyond limit just to see someone they love, someone they want to be with forever. And it doesn’t matter how treacherous or dangerous or steep the road will be, just to be there and even not to speak is fine, but a simple touch of love will do. That’s how Quentin is to Margo. And I applaud Margo too, because deep inside all of us, we’re all a Margo. A one good example of someone like Margo.
Ok, I know you guys don’t understand what the hell I’m saying. Of course, I would recommend you to read the book mainly because…
It will never leave you hanging.
You will realize things that you’ve never thought before.
You’ll understand and feel the characters.
Plot-wise, it’s great.
5 of 5 stars.
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