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John Green the Collection: Looking for Alaska / An Abundance of Katherines / Paper Towns / Will Grayson, Will Grayson / The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Geniusly knitted plot hilariously humorous I bet its not an usual comedy stuff you laugh hard, you weep hard but you go with those prideness which can be felt when the book gets over the characters makes you feel as if your one among them I have read them all but my personal favourites are looking for Alaska and paper towns I have read fault in our staurs but still I can relate myself with the characters in looking for Alaska and paper towns I love hazel dont get me wrong and of course Colin give a read you will be falling in love more than any other authors with green and I read all of the books within couple of days under 40hours due to the fact that I cant take my eyes off the books even I forgot my dinner and lunch I skipped the both lol I seems to be hilarious but he makes you so the start will be 2 slow for beginners but later on you wont put the books down
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LEAST TO MOST FAVORITE JOHN GREEN BOOKS + TURTLES ALL THE WAY DOWN EXPECTATIONS

Book Review: Turtles All the Way Down by John Green

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The subject who is truly loyal to the Chief Magistrate will neither advise nor submit to arbitrary measures. It has been almost six years since John Green's last book. In teen years, that's several lifetimes. But a writing hiatus is not the same as a creative hiatus, and that's evident in Green's astonishingly high productivity for a supposedly dormant literary genius. Since the release of his megabestseller The Fault in Our Stars in , Green has consistently created content for three YouTube channels and a podcast, raised millions of dollars for charity with the Project For Awesome, co-founded the online video conference Vidcon, and was named one of TIME's Most Influential People. And it's because Green has been so accessible over various social-media platforms that we know he has struggled with both writing this novel and mental illness. Turtles All the Way Down is a story about Aza, a year-old girl locked in a constant cycle of doubting her own free will and disgust with the natural functions of her body.

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I am the author of three middle-grade children's books, and I blog on the side. My favorite topics are movies, writing, and pop culture. Instead, the title references the ideas that are at play in this book: thoughts, perspective, existence. When you add tragedy, a lifelong struggle with mental illness, mystery, and money to that equation, you can understand why this title fits the story within its pages. Aza Holmes is a high school girl who has struggled for years with crippling anxiety and overwhelming germ phobia. Her best friend, Daisy, is a fast-talking, hard working Chuck E.

5 thoughts on “John Green the Collection: Looking for Alaska / An Abundance of Katherines / Paper Towns / Will Grayson, Will Grayson / The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

  1. John Green - The Collection includes five novels from the critically acclaimed, best-selling master of modern storytelling, brought together for the first time. Includes The Fault in Our Stars, Looking for Alaska, Paper Towns, An Abundance of Katherines and Will Grayson, Will.

  2. John Green is one of the most popular young-adult authors. His unflinching, mature coming-of-age novels hit the New York Times bestseller lists and stay there for weeks, months, years. If you've read one John Green book and want more, or you've read all of his books and would like.

  3. Review: John Green’s Turtles All the Way Down is a full-on emotional bleed out - The Globe and Mail

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