Qui es-tu Alaska ?
Publisher: Gallimard Jeunesse
Pages no: 362
Edition language: French
I love John Green, and I think he's a great writer. I just don't think his books are that great. This is my second by him, and once again I'm left underwhelmed. I feel like he takes cheap shots at tearjerkers, and I just can't stand that.For the length of this book, it took me way too long to finish...
I finished this book this morning on the way to work. I don’t know why I like the book. Probably because it’s everything I wanted to experience as a teenager but never had the guts to. This book gave me my teenage years back and I liked it. Sure, the story is sad and the second half of the book play...
I read this book for Banned Books Week. I think it was challenged for inappropriate language and sexual nature or something like that. Anyways, it's a mature YA in that aspect. I am an adult that reads much more explicit all the time, but it did surprise me a little. I guess I've forgotten how i...
First read 8th February 2014
Looking for Alaska By John Green I give Looking for Alaska 4 stars out of 5. In my opinion, it wasn't the easiest book to read but I think that happens when you have complicated/messed up characters. Even when not knowing a few of the words, you feel like you understand every moment in the book tho...
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