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Looking for Alaska – by John Green

Looking for Alaska – by John Green

Looking for Alaska by John Green New UK cover released: March 2011 Summary: Miles Halter is fascinated by famous last words - and t.

Looking For Alaska, by John Green.   Another good read that slowly creeps under your skin. Green's books start to have a similarity --  manic pixie dream girl sparks something in a semi-lost teen boy -- but his writing is good enough to overcome it. He does introspection well enough that if feels less like navel-gazing and more like the thinking everybody needs to do to move into adulthood. A teen learns he isn't immortal: "Everything that comes together falls apart."

- Looking for Alaska: John Green: Darker humor, the story of a boy going to boarding school to find "the great perhaps" - young adult lit

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25 Wonderful Looking For Alaska Quotes Check out this quick list of memorable quotes from the awesome bestselling and award winning book of John Green - Looking for Alaska:

Omg the motherfucking fox hat! John green: looking for Alaska

" I laughed. "It's my fox hat." "Your fox hat? My fox hat." "Why are you wearing your fox hat?" I asked. "Because no one can catch the motherf'ing fox.” ― John Green, Looking for Alaska

Let It Snow: Amazon.co.uk: John Green, Lauren Myracle, Maureen Johnson: 9780141349176: Books

Let It Snow- John Green, Maureen Johnson, Lauren Myracle for the challenge a book written by more than one author

It was my holiday reading.  Funny and romantic.  It got me in the holiday mood.

Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances - Kindle edition by John Green, Lauren Myracle, Maureen Johnson. Literature & Fiction Kindle eBooks @ Am.

2013

Meredith: The Fault in Our Stars: John Green. Moving towards more modern books, my favorite "new" book is definitely The Fault in Our Stars. It's extremely sad but, in actuality, quite well written for YA lit.

Just read it . Smiled, yelled, laughed, and cried (a lot).

Come join the Teen Book Club September at to discuss the book "The Fault in Our Stars" by John Green. For ages 18 The movie is far sader than the book actually the book isnt sad?

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