It’s Fiction Friday again!
This week we’re talking about a book you’ve probably heard of called ‘Paper Towns’ by John Green.
John Green is an incredibly popular author, especially among teens, and it’s not hard to understand why. He writes interesting characters with unique quirks, teenagers who go on a journey to discover themselves, and love stories with twists. His characters are relatable, fun and cool, even when they’re not supposed to be.
Since its initial publication, ‘Paper Towns’ has been film adapted, and enjoyed all around the world. Telling the story of a young, and slightly dorky high schooler named Quentin, and his girl next door love interest after she has gone missing, the story is a thrilling one, and leaves its reader wondering exactly which genre to categorise it as: Will it turn out to be a murder mystery?
Definitely worth reading, for young people and older readers alike, this book is entertaining, and will take you on a ride with it.
If you’ve read ‘Paper Towns’, plan to read it, or if this blogpost inspired you to give a shot, do be sure to let me know what your thoughts were!