This is great, this is what I want to write. However, that part of the map still exists; it's just that you won't find what you expected when you get there. This is quite apparent in the book with Quentin's changing ideas about Margo. Add your rating See all 22 parent reviews. Dutton Children's Books Publication date:
Additionally, he is exploring the manner in which a person's identity is formed throughout adolescence. This is quite apparent in the book with Quentin's changing ideas about Margo. Sep 22, Pages Young Adult Buy. The writing is lax, very contemporary and not really daunting, but I did say you have to be mentally challenged so that you can join the ride with Q and his pals. Our most popular lit guides now have twice as much helpful stuff, including writing guides, expanded quotes, and updated quick quizzes. The many faces and eccentricities of Margo Roth Spiegelman are explored throughout the book as Q learns more and more about the girl he thought he knew. Paper Towns book and movie.
Natrona County Library » Book Review: Paper Towns by John Green
He does what most people would do in his situation, and is interesting without being precocious or cringe-worthy. Our protagonist is Quentin 'Q' Jacobsen, whose boring life is turned upside down when the stunning Margo Roth Spiegelman moves in next door. There are many, many differences, though—both subtle and significant—so below are just a handful. Paper Towns Hardcover Published: She has a lots of reasons to revenge her ex- friends. I was very eager to read this following how much I loved An Abundance of Katherines, and I decided that I had to read it before I saw the film due to my golden rule: But I don't make the decisions.
She can get into anywhere, take anything she wants, and all the legends surrounding her turn out to be true. Unexpected in many ways but still quite a ride! Teens finding their way. I was never in the right place for it. Quotes from Paper Towns. Rio This book was not at all what I was expecting.