I enjoyed reading this book. It was very relatable towards the end in regards to leaving and overwhelming nostalgia. I wouldn't recommend it to anyone younger than me due to language and sexual references (teenage boy type discussions). There is a lot to be learned and a lot to laugh about in this book.

Paper Towns // John Green Senior year of high school and Quentin Jacobsen finds himself involved in the search for Margo Roth Spiedgelman, his neighbor and classmate.

Found this one to be more of a grower than Paper Towns & TFIOS (which I was hooked on from the start) Poignant read and well crafted, really did come to enjoy this one.

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What it's about: A cerebral teen falls for a girl, the titular Alaska, in the first novel from The Fault in Our Stars author John Green. Who's starring: There's no cast yet, but the screenplay will be (Favorite List Products)

Paper Towns movie poster (and trailer announcement!) is here! | Saw this with my two nieces brilliant film.

The 'Paper Towns' Movie Poster Has Arrived, and It's So Dreamy

Official Paper Towns Poster Is Here?See Cara Delevingne and Nat Wolff as Margo and Quentin!

That's tfios and Paper Towns, both good.

Ohhhh, Paper Towns, there were some deep quotes in there. There were also other quotes… John Green

"Maybe our favourite quotations say more about us than the stories and people we're quoting." -Sugarscape.com

“”maybe our favourite quotations say more about us than the stories we’re and people we’re quoting.