My thoughts exactly.
John Green's my favorite author. :)
Mine too. All of his books are so thought provoking. Which one is your favorite?
The Fault in Our Stars, but Paper Towns is a really close second.
You stole the thoughts right out of my head. Everyone else I knew hated The Fault in Our Stars but I thought it was, excuse the trite cliche, a work of art
It's as though you can read my mind. xD As soon as I read it for the first time, it had become my all-time favorite book. The characters are just so completely relatable, and there are so many quotes that are unbelievably fantastic, such as, "My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations."
My favorite is "You're arguing that the fragile, rare thing is beautiful simply because it is fragile and rare. But that's a lie, and you know it."
Ooo, I love that one too. And, of course, let us not forget, "That's the thing about pain. It demands to be felt" and "There is no honor is dying /of/."
I've read Looking for Alaska and An Abundance of Katherines. Busy with Papertowns now, I really love it:)
John Green is amazing!
You must read The Fault in Our Stars afterwards. It's amazing. I also suggest Will Grayson, Will Grayson, which he cowrote with David Levithian(I think that's how you spell his last name???)
The required reading for incoming juniors this year is Looking For Alaska... I'm SO pissed; we had to read Walden for ours -.-
That just means that you can read it on your own time without the over-analysis that always comes with reading books in class :)
Oh I've already read it like twice hahaha I'm just mad that I had to read Walden when I was an incoming junior but the next incoming juniors get a much better book. I spent my entire summer trying to drag myself through it (and still never finished), but Looking For Alaska took me a couple days. I would actually have had time to myself, had that been the required reading at the time.