It was sad and I really liked this book it is a banned bookwas that fair
Everything seem so cliche. I read the fault in our stars, which I did enjoy, so I wanted to try another book from Green's collection. Sadly, this book doesn't compare. This has to be one of his first books, before all the kinks were rolled out.
The book is well performed, down to the distinct voices the reader gives to every character. It starts a bit slow but I promise that if you hear it to at least a third of the way through you'll have to hear it all, and I promise you won't be disappointed.
Such a great book! I recommend for ages 14-15 and older. For there is some mature language and content. Aside from that... it definitely is a must. You won't be able to quit!
I enjoyed this book so much and was so surprised to go trough it all so fast! That is how good it is.
"We can never be irreparable broken"
No, I didn't enjoy the book...due to the performance, it makes me hard to get into the story, or makes me rather dislike the character Alaska, very much. I feel if I read this book personally, I wouldn't dislike it this much, but I can't finish it, just the thought of that I have to listen to Alaska speak again. Male characters performance are fine, only the female characters way of talking seems very much self centered and fake.
While I liked the writing style and almost all the characters (dealing with their teenage dramas), I found it impossible to connect to Alaska. Maybe it was just the way her character was read. Or the accent that was used. Either way, not being able to made me miss out on a vital part of this story.
The first half was okay, then it got more interesting. At first it just seemed to be about a boy learning to smoke, drink, make out, and play pranks. Then it turned into a Deep Thoughts book. I like deep thoughts, and the ideas discussed were worthy. So, a mixed bag overall, but glad I read it.