Friday, 13 June 2014

Paper Towns by John Green

“What a treacherous thing to believe a person is more than a person.”

John Green ceases to amaze me with his unforgettable and brilliant stories, and in every one of them he never fails to go in depth with teenage lives that is always accompanied by a concept or idea that every human can relate to.
The award-winning novel, ‘Paper Towns’, explores the lives of the interesting and lovable  characters; Quentin Jacobsen (“Q” for short), Margo Roth Spiegelman, Ben Starling, “Radar” and Lacey Pemberton. The story has romance, mystery, and humour throughout as Q desperately searches for the love of his life, Margo, along with his friends by trying to piece together clues of her whereabouts.
But what makes it different from most mystery and teenage stories is the message behind it, and that the clues aren’t your typical clues. As they search for Margo, many misconceptions and perceptions of Margo arise and it makes the characters, as well as the reader, really wonder – Who is Margo Roth Spiegelman? What kind of person is she really?

When Q and his friends go on a journey to save or find her they expected to learn more about her, but they come to learn even more about themselves.

- C.N, Narre Warren Work Experience


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