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by John Green
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XOX
XOX rated it 3 years ago
A girl Aza who has spiral thinking and germaphobic want to get out of her head. She has a best friend who write fan fiction of Star Wars Wookiee Chewbacca. The story starts with a rich man was on the run from the police. The police has a ten thousands dollars reward for clue to find him. Aza kne...
On Sam's Bookshelf
On Sam's Bookshelf rated it 3 years ago
I found this book very hard to rate. Even now, I can’t fully decide if I liked it or if I didn’t. Now, don’t get me wrong… this wasn’t a bad book at all. Green’s style of writing for this novel is beautiful. I can’t tell you if that’s how he writes all of his novel’s, because this was my first. None...
"So it goes."
"So it goes." rated it 3 years ago
“Everyone wanted me to feed them that story—darkness to light, weakness to strength, broken to whole. I wanted it, too.” ― John Green, Turtles All the Way Down If I was 14, I'd have adored this book and thought it was brilliant. I'm not, so it was not meant for me and that made it a bit harder to...
Kat's Books
Kat's Books rated it 4 years ago
I'm really glad I got around to reading this, and I read as part of a postal book club with some book buddies. I may well have skipped this mega-popular book (I like rebelling like that) unless we had picked it, and I hadn't actually read any John Green before either. It was such a hyped book (what'...
YA Fanatic
YA Fanatic rated it 4 years ago
The more I read John Green books I become increasingly unimpressed with his writing style. And I know that is a very big unpopular opinion. I just feel like not a lot happens in hist stories. This one is a good example of that. I would have liked more focus on mental health issues that the main char...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 4 years ago
I really enjoyed this novel. I had a few questions in the back of my mind while I was reading it, questions I felt were important and would definitely have a significant impact on whether this novel worked for me or not but I didn’t get hung up on them while I was reading. Then it occurred, the fant...
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents
Fangirl Moments and My Two Cents rated it 4 years ago
This is a story of a mystery, romance, and friendship that would be interesting as is, but it also includes issues about mental health. All the bits were good, and it goes a long way to showing what it feels like in someone's head with a difference they cannot control.
Cody's Bookshelf
Cody's Bookshelf rated it 4 years ago
Ah, John Green. It’s been too long. This book wrecked me. 100%, no question. I am destroyed. Looking for Alaska didn’t break me, nor did The Fault In Our Stars. This book, however . . . this one hit me. At the center of Green’s latest novel is Aza, a high schooler who suffers from severe OCD and...
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