Paper Towns.

Such a good read.


To most middle-grade adults, the name John Green is heard at least once daily. This is an author who has stormed through young adult literature with a keen eye for the human emotional capacity as well as possesses a sense of humor known to the age group for which his work is intended. The first time I encountered John Green was in my 10th grade English class  where the teacher used one of his videos in order to help us learn about the French Revolution. I didn’t know that this was a famous author at the time; I just thought he was a really cool guy that had a sense for sharing information in a relatable manner. Eventually, though, I started hearing his name in the media more often. His book The Fault in Our Stars was being made into a movie and it became almost impossible to go on any form of social…

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