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Paper Towns

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Language English
Contributor(s) John Green
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Overview: Paper Towns

Paper Towns by John Green offers the readers a display of brilliant wit along with emotional heart-stopping honesty. This has become the trademark of the writer. It is an inspiration for new generation readers. It takes us on an astounding journey from trash hyper-intellectual talk at turns hilarious to complex philosophizing, devastating truths and observations.

A Tangled Mystery with Delightful Characters

Paper Towns by John Green is a fantastically powerful read both hilarious and poignant at turns. Margo R. Spiegelman always has a penchant for extravagant planning. So naturally, Quentin Jacobsen doesn't think much when she calls him at midnight dressed as a ninja plotting another ingenious revenge campaign. However, things take on a nasty turn when Margo simply vanishes. Quentin has a secret crush on her and wants to be her partner in the various escapades. Sadly, Margo prefers to go solo. This time around Lady Luck seems to be smiling on Q and he willingly follows his love out in the night. What happens next was beyond expectations, and now it remains upon Q to follow the clues that come in his way and use them to decipher the mystery involved in the vanishing of Margo. Will Quentin be able to unearth the whereabouts of Margo? What kind of twists and turns will he face in his quest? It is for the readers to find out within the pages of this riveting book. Winner of Young Adult Best Mystery Edgar Award and a part of the NYT, publishers weekly, and USA Today bestseller lists, this is surely a must-read book for mystery lovers. Now, this book is available for purchase so order online.

About the Author

John Green has won numerous accolades on the literary front, including Edgar Award, Prinz Award, and Printz Medal. Time magazine has voted him as one of the most influential persons in the world within the top hundred.

Paperback edition of this English-language book is published by Speak, and contains 320 pages in all. The book has an ISBN 10:014241493X and an ISBN 13: 978-0142414934. It is written by author John Green, and it is suitable for readers of 12+ years of age. Other notable works from the author are The Fault in our Stars, Looking for Alaska, An Abundance of Katherines and Will Grayson.

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Features: Paper Towns

  • Juvenile Fiction
Product Details
Language English
Publication Date September 22, 2009
Publisher Speak
Contributor(s) John Green
Binding Paperback
Edition Reprint
Page Count 336
ISBN 10 014241493X
ISBN 13 9780142414934
Dimensions and Weight
Product Weight 3.2 grams
Product Dimensions 14 cm x 2.2 cm x 21 cm
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  1.  Amazingly Beautiful ! 21 January, 2014 On
    "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."

    Truly an Amazing read. It has got more to offer than what comes to eye. This is my first John Green book and I can say he is my one of the favourite author,

    Part 1:

    The first part of this book was brilliant. The whole part with Q and Margo out at night was amazing. It was suspenseful and quite fun to read about those antics.

    Part 2:

    Suspense! Margo go missing.

    Part 3:
    Road trip - A Joy Ride!
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