Paper Towns

Paper Towns

Who is the real Margo? Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman from afar. So when she cracks open a window and climbs into his life?dressed like a ninja and summoning him for an ingenious campaign of revenge?he follows. After their all-nighter ends, and a new day breaks, Q arrives at school to discover that Margo, alw Who is the real Margo? Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth S...

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Title:Paper Towns
Author:John Green
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:Paper Towns
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:305 pages pages

Paper Towns Reviews

  • Greg
    Dec 11, 2011
    1. A bit of a confession, some of which I've never actually told anyone or said out loud before, but which I now share with the internets. In the interest of full disclosure, in high school I wasn't popular at all. If there were a popularity graph plotting popularity that looked lik...
  • karen
    Nov 10, 2011
    beatlemania is nothing compared to what i feel for john green right now. this book was the perfect palate-cleanser between all the dark apocalyptic stuff i have been shoving in my face. i have been reading so much dystopian YA that i forgot there were other options. i bought this a...
  • Jamie Felton
    Jun 03, 2008
    I need to start off with my criticism of John Green: 1) Margo and Quentin are exactly the same people as Colin and Katherine and Miles and Alaska. Quentin/Colin/Miles is this very thoughtful, somewhat nerdy young man who is on the cusp of fucking reaching out and grabbing life by the ...
  • Alejandro
    Jul 29, 2014
    Unexpected in many ways but still quite a ride! THOSE UNREACHABLE PEDESTALS Nothing ever happens like you imagine it will. This book definitely wasn?t what I expected but then again it surprised me in many ways, and I also made me think, so clearly this wasn?t a jo...
  • Patrick
    Dec 30, 2014
    This sort of read is off the beaten track for me, non-fantasy YA-ish literature. That said, it's amazingly well-written, and I enjoyed it immensely. John Green is an amazing author, and he writes with a delicacy I admire and envy. This book, was sweet and light and heartbreaking...
  • Anne
    Nov 05, 2008
    I was pretty disappointed in Paper Towns. I am a big fan of John Green but found this book plodding and boring. I hated the Margo character and thought that Q was a big whiner. His obsession with Margo, who he didn't really even know, was really annoying. I realize that this was one of...
  • Ellen
    Sep 26, 2008
    I was disappointed in this book, especially since John Green is an author I've been meaning to read for some time now. He writes Young Adult novels (Looking for Alaska [wherein "Alaska" is a girl's name], An Abundance of Katherines, to name a couple) and is both a popular and critical ...
  • Sarah
    Aug 17, 2008
    If you liked Looking for Alaska and Abundance of Katherines, you will LOVE this book. I could NOT put it down. It's funny and mysterious and just so real. Definitely recommended. ...
  • K.D. Absolutely
    Mar 05, 2011
    ?Mirroring? is a concept in psychology where a person can know himself better by soliciting feedbacks from other people who he interacts with either at home or at work. Last weekend, I attended a company-sponsored teambuilding session and the facilitator used this. I got some good ...
  • Louize
    Feb 22, 2011
    "It's so hard to leave-until you leave. And then it is the easiest goddamned thing in the world...Leaving feels too good, once you leave." We all leave eventually. No matter who and what we are, or where we?re from, we will someday and somehow leave our comfort zones or the norm...
  • Clair
    Aug 01, 2012
    Paper Towns Let's go back to March 2012. I bought The Fault in Our Stars, which had been getting rave reviews, causing me to make a fool of myself in public by jumping up and down in my local bookshop when I discovered I was holding a signed copy. (Don't worry, they're more than used t...
  • Nicole
    Dec 29, 2010
    The following is quite a lot of dribble that I felt the need to get off my chest... Hmmm...what to say? I'm kind of perplexed by this book. I know I never want to read the name Margo Roth Spielgelman ever again, that's for sure. The characters (apart from the previously named) were fa...
  • Ferdy
    Feb 26, 2013
    Spoilers This was disappointing. I really don't know what the big deal is about John Green. Sure, The Fault in Our Stars was good but it was hardly a masterpiece and all his other books seem average at best. Why does he get so much love? Is it because he's a guy? I've noticed that m...
  • Emily May
    Oct 10, 2013
    "Nothing ever happens like you imagine it will," she says. "But then again, if you don't imagine, nothing ever happens at all." I already said this in a status update but I am so glad I reread Paper Towns. I first read it years ago; back before I'd heard of vlogbrothers, back when ...
  • Megs ♥
    Oct 22, 2011
    This book truly had me on an emotional roller coaster, and I enjoyed almost every minute of it. The book was broken into 3 parts, and I honestly felt completely different about each of them. Part 1: The first part of this book was brilliant. It was a lovely introduction to the...
  • Lhara
    Aug 27, 2012
    Oh dear lord, I found this book immensely irritating. I've only just finished reading Looking For Alaska (which was an okay book) and thus it was immediately apparent that this book was EXACTLY LIKE LOOKING FOR ALASKA. It had the same geeky male character. The same kooky (aka annoyi...
  • Inge
    Jun 19, 2014
    DNF 64% Oh, this was just awful. I quite liked the banter between Q and his friends, but I could not stand another word about that damn Margo Roth Spiegelman. Margo Roth Spiegelman is beautiful, Margo Roth Spiegelman is perfect, Margo Roth Spiegelman is sensational, she?s better t...
  • Sophia.
    May 16, 2012
    Why so many good ratings for this book? It could basically be called Looking for Margo, or Paper Alaska, because it's the same formula, again and again. How many books can he write about an unbelievable teenager secretely loving another unbelievable teenager? Everything was so absurd, ...
  • Dee☾
    Apr 06, 2015
    The more I think about this book the more I don't like it. I hated the ending. It made the entire book completely pointless. I do enjoy John Green's writing style, but I'm starting to get the feeling once you've read one of his books you've read them all. ...
  • Sarah
    May 01, 2015
    ?Nothing ever happens like you imagine it will.? Well, I have to say, and please don?t hate me, that was a lot better than The Fault in Our Stars! I mean A LOT BETTER! I liked Quentin in this story, and it was noble the way he was so intent on finding Margo, alive, or...
  • Sasha Alsberg
    Jul 23, 2015
    I enjoyed Paper Towns but did not love it as much as Johns other work. The ending was not as fulfilling as I hoped. 3.5/5 stars Xx ...
  • Christy
    Jun 12, 2013
    Going to stop this one at 25%... I'm just not able to get into it no matter how hard I try. Sigh. I love John Green books, but I'm not sure this is the one for me. ...
  • Clau R.
    Jun 30, 2015
    OHHHHH. No s qu pensar... as que lo dividir. Lo que NO me gust: - La segunda parte del libro, "THE GRASS", se me hizo eterna y en partes muy aburrida. - Que Quentin no pudiera pensar en nada y en nadie que no fuera Margo Roth Spiegelman. Eso consuma cada minuto de s...
  • Lola
    Aug 31, 2015
    I can see why there are people out there comparing this with Looking for Alaska. I am not going to linger on the comparisons between those two because 1) I never liked Looking for Alaska, 2) I never even finished Looking for Alaska and 3) I thought this book was original enough not t...
  • Darth J
    Jun 07, 2014
    So this is my second John Green book, and my second accidental first edition of one of his books too: The focus of this novel is a girl named Margo, and the MC?s (Quentin) obsession with her. Ever since they were kids, she?s taken up residence in his thoughts and when they are...
  • Praiz Sophyronja
    Jun 14, 2015
    I'm probably gonna get a lot of WTF responses for saying this book was so overrated. But, it really was. Over. Freaking. Rated. Sorry, not sorry. I don't understand the hype really. Guys are so dumb. Girls are so dumb. I think it tried too hard to be "deep", which just made me cri...
  • Etnik
    Aug 30, 2014
    This book as the others by this author has the John Green theme: 1.Awkward funny charismatic good looking fit main character who somehow is a looser. 2.The hot popular girl who he is forever in love. 3.A weird funny bestfriend who gets in trouble. 4.Prom. 5.Everything happening ...
  • Kai
    Apr 02, 2015
    ?If you don't imagine, nothing ever happens at all.? A Disappointment You know, it started promising. The revenge trip was fun, and so was discovering the first few clues about Margo's disappearance. But that's it. The rest was one long bore. For CHAPTERS Q did nothing but re...
  • Christine Delilah (Maramochabooks)
    Jun 06, 2016
    2.5 Stars Basically a kid who's very desperate for a prom date. Plot Rundown: Typical unpopular boy with an ordinary boring as bread life. Suddenly super cool unattainable popular pretty girl/childhood crush Margo Roth Beagleman (or whatever her Margmazing name is), br...
  • Cait • A Page with a View
    Nov 16, 2015
    I think John Green's books are just never going to be my thing. He's really intelligent and a solid writer, but something about the way he writes "quirky" girls and the same general formula has just gotten really old for me. Most of his characters annoy me and everything just seems ...