a quick book review here, about a book that i recently read.
paper towns, by john green.
the back of the book reads-
printz- award-winning author of LOOKING FOR ALASKA
WHO IS THE REAL MARGO?
quentin jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificent, adventurous margo roth spiegelman from afar. so when she opens his bedroom window late one night and summons him to join her on an ingenious campaign of revenge- he follows.
after their all nighter ends and a new day breaks, q arrives at school to find that margo has not. always an enigma, she now becomes a mystery and q soon learns that there are clues to be followed in his search for margo.
'not only clever and wonderfully witty but also deeply thoughtful and insightful' BOOKLIST.
MY REVIEW- i thoroughly enjoyed this book, especially the lessons available to learn, such as how unimportant popularity is; proved in the social status gap between margo and q. q shows some amazing loyalty towards margo in the end of the book, and that's what we like to see in good friends! a good read, and an exciting page turner!