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Paper Towns by John Green

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Paper Towns is a New York Times bestselling book. It is the story of Quentin Jacobsen who has been in love with Margo Roth Spiegelman. Margo and her adventures, has always been the centre of attraction of their high-school.
When one day she ascends through Quentin’s window and commands him to accompany her for an all-night road trip, he happily follows her.
The next day Margo is missing from the school. Even after a week she is unable to be reached. Quentin gets some hints about her vanishing and he further proceeds into the details of the mystery. This takes him to another splendid road trip across America. With time he becomes unsure about what exactly he is looking for.
This is a master piece written beautifully by John Green which is very attentive, intuitive and funny modern story.

36 reviews for Paper Towns by John Green

  1. Supriya Raut (Verified Purchase)

    One of the best stories / tales I have come across, if we talk about teenage fiction 🙂 It’s funny, realistic, believable and most of all it has heart 🙂

  2. Mukesh kumar Pathak (Verified Purchase)

    The Bloomsbury edition of the book is really good. The print is very good and also the quality of the pages seems good to me. The size of the book is very convenient too. The only thing which I liked a little less was that the book could have had a better cover.

  3. Debasmita Ray (Verified Purchase)

    Just recieved the book. It has a nice paperback cover and the smell is amazing. Hope the book is as good as the other novels by Mr Green.

  4. Bikash Karan (Verified Purchase)

    Great book – read it in 2 days. It is impossible to put down. The book itself is very clever and you can tell that a lot of research on John Green’s part had gone into it making it much more interesting. Ending was unexpected but perfect – I have bought all of his books now!

  5. sani saha (Verified Purchase)

    Margo snaps you out of your daily routine and then forces you to think what have you been doing with your life. I found the 30 year quote so amazing. Overall the book is amazing.

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