I have read every single John Green book and I have loved every single one. The interesting thing about this one is that it wasn't written in first person yet you can tell whose perspective is being portrayed. I loved this book, but it started off a little slower then I thought it would. I was actually reading it and put it down for a month or so, but when I decided to listen to it the characters came alive. You get to slowly learn about all of the Katherine's in his life and you really get a feel for who Colin is. You see his priorities change throughout the book. I was able to fall in love with these characters. I hope you listen and the same happens for you!
I loved that Tina Fey was the person who read it. It made it PERFECT.
Everything. She read it like she was talking.
I did because of the voices and the timing was utterly perfect.
"If people were rain, I was drizzle and she was a hurricane" that line shook me to my core.
The Cornell. Or Alaska
It did both. During thanksgiving with The Cornell and Alaska I laughed my ass off. I had a bunch of tears towards the end of the book.
This book was one of my favorite books I've ever read. It was tear jerking and perfect. I didn't necessarily relate to a single character in the book, yet I related to all of them. I liked how he counted down to the (fill in the blank) with the 160 days before at the beginning of a new chapter. John Green is a brilliant writer. And how he wrote Pudge and The Cornell was perfect. Alaska, in her own way, was also perfect. Great book! I highly recommend it.
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