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Città di carta - John Green, Stefania Di Mella
Città di carta
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4.00 30
Format: paperback
ISBN: 9788817035996 (8817035998)
Publisher: Rizzoli
Pages no: 377
Edition language: Italian
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Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it
4.0 Paper Towns
I enjoyed it. The main character is figuring out clues trying to find a girl. Everything is from his point of view. There aren't any major emotional moments, but it's great at just showing you life for the average upper middle class teen these days in an extraordinary storyline. It does refer to...
bookwormlucy
bookwormlucy rated it
5.0 Paper Towns
First read 4th-6th July 2014
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt
FatherCraneMadeMeDoIt rated it
5.0
This is a truly breathtaking novel.When I first started the book, I was a little weary due to Q's fixation on Margo. Great, another book about a boy idolizing a girl beyond personhood. But Green really surprised me with a fantastic glimpse into the human experience, through adolescent eyes. The book...
TheBrainintheJar
TheBrainintheJar rated it
2.5 John Green - Paper Towns
You can trace growth if you follow Green’s novels in the order they came out. In Alaska, he used literature as a way to live his fantasies. On Stars, he used literature to come to terms with a devastating experience. Paper Towns is a direct response to Alaska. If that one was wish-fulfillment, this ...
everythingisastory
everythingisastory rated it
5.0 YA: Paper Towns-John Green
Ah, John Green. The leading author of Young Adult books, it seems. Nothing short of a genius, to be honest. His books always give out a particular message. Paper Towns was written by Green to show that we, as people, romanticise others. We either treat them as Gods or dismiss them as animals (As he ...
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