Review: Paper Towns by John Green


papertowns High school senior Quentin Jacobsen (Q) is coasting through the last few weeks of school. He’s been in love with his neighbor, Margo Roth Spiegelman, for years. The two were very close when they were younger, but grew apart as the years went on. Now Quentin worships Margo from afar, enchanted by all of the adventures she goes on and the feats she’s achieved. She’s almost mythical in his mind.

After a magical night of prank-pulling (Margo enlists Q as her getaway driver), Quentin hopes things can be different between him and Margo. But the next day? She’s gone. Quentin discovers some small “clues” that he hopes will lead him to Margo, the girl of his dreams. He enlists the help of his best friends, Ben and Radar, in the chase.

Where Quentin is mild-mannered and unassuming, Ben and Radar are larger than life in their personalities. Ben fancies himself…

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