Looking for Alaska
Pages no: 200
, Realistic Fiction
, Coming Of Age
, High School
, School Stories
, Boarding School
Before I get to the actual review of this book I will just have to say that I am new to John Green. Oh, I've heard of his novel "The Fault of Our Stars" and do plan to read it at some point in time. I wanted to read this book since I had gone to a boarding school during my high school years, and I a...
John Green is simply brilliant. Love his minimal realistic style that is almost poetic and eloquent. Thought provoking. Loved it immensely.
I really loved this book. Mr Green does an excellent job in capturing the very essence of what makes these characters tick. Of who they are. No matter how out of left field they may seem at times. They were real. And they had real issues. This one is a very entertaining, heartfelt, endearing, and at...
What an amazing book! I feel like I'm revaluing my life after reading it. Loved how the reader gets to know more and more about the characters as the book progresses.
I've become a fan of John Green and Hank Green through their Vlogbrothers videos on YouTube, their Twitter accounts, and their Tumblr accounts. I was eager to finally get a chance to read Looking for Alaska. I was already aware that the headings of "x days before" referred to Alaska's death, and tha...
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