loved it. Classic Green humor. deep evolving characters. just amazing. a nice pick me up book.
This book has some charming passages and adorably awkward teenage angst. By the time we finally hear the list of Katherine's, I almost wish the whole 1-19 thing had been left out. By that time they (as a group) were irrelevant. But, it was a nice listen for a long drive.
Funny! Great reader too. In the ending, characters grapple with complex and mature life material which is relevant and powerful for all ages.
After reading the Fault In Our Stars I had really big hopes for the rest of John Green's work, however it just let me down. This has to be the least favorite boom I've read this week.
One of those stories that remind you what it's like to discover stuff you know; the kind of story where the moral is known, but the journey isn't. It's how you get there - and with whom - that makes this a wonderful listen. Narrator? Encapsulates it all without limiting it. Recommended.