Paper Towns by John Green
My Rating: 4 stars
Quentin Jacobsen has been in love with his mysterious, beautiful and adventurous neighbor, Margo Roth Spiegelman for as long as he can remember. And when Margo appears at his bedroom window one night, as she did so, so long ago, he just can’t say no. Margo takes Q on a journey throughout their town in Florida. Margo finally gets revenge on her cheating boyfriend and lying best friend. They both end the night with smiles – Q enjoyed just being with Margo and she actually said she’d miss hanging out with him. The next morning, Margo is gone. No one has any idea where she is. Will Margo ever reveal where she is? Or will Q just have to keep tracking her down through these paper towns?
A few of my friends convinced me to read Paper Towns, and I was reluctant, because I didn’t like Green’s book, Looking for Alaska. But, I actually really, really liked Paper Towns. This book is filled with personality, humor and mystery. It’s real. Basically, if you like John Green, you will definitely like this book!