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Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Amelia's Book Room: Paper Towns

In John Green's latest novel, Quentin "Q" Jacobsen was once friends with the elusive Margo Roth Speigelman. They used to be playmates, but they drifted apart, Margo becoming popular, practically a legend in high school, while Q hangs out with Ben and Radar from the band. So, Q is understandably surprised when she shows up outside his window at midnight.

They end up driving around Orlando, Florida till the early hours of the morning, getting revenge on various high school students, visiting SeaWorld, and discussing the significance of paper towns.

When Margo goes missing the next day, and leaves a trail of clues leading to her location, Q takes it upon himself to find her. What I love about this book is how Green includes real-life web sites, places and things; the plot itself ends up revolving around Paper Towns kept me turning pages late into the night! The characters are all so lovable, and you feel as though you actually know them. Full of humor and mystery, you're sure to love Paper Towns.

John Green also wrote Looking For Alaska and An Abundance Of Katherines. Happy reading, and don't forget to join the Dekoposh Book Club!

1 comment:

deko and posh said...

Very cool...we will go out and read this one.