The Contact Page

Hi. John here. The best way to contact me depends upon the nature of your inquiry. So:

Questions about press and publicity should be directed to Elyse Marshall, whose email address is elyse.marshall((@)), except obviously without the parentheses.

Questions about movie rights and other things that involve money should go to my agent, the lovely and tenacious Jodi Reamer at Writers House. Her email address is jreamer((@))

The person to talk to about library visits and speaking engagements is Ashley Fontillas at the Penguin Speakers Bureau, who can be reached at Ashley.Fontillas((@)) (It should be noted that I travel very rarely these days.) My speaker profile can be found here.

If you would like to purchase signed copies of my books, you can do so through the first great bookstore love of my life, The Book Cellar in Chicago. Email words(@) and let them know the titles in which you are interested.

If you wish to send me something in the actual mail because you want to support the good men and women of the United States Postal Service, you are welcome to do so care of my publisher, Dutton Books for Young Readers, at 345 Hudson Street in the great city of New York, NY, zip code 10014. My P.O. Box is number 30152 in Indianapolis, IN 46230. However, please note that I do not reply to snail mail. There are no exceptions to this rule. I do not even reply to snail mail from my mom.

You can follow me on Twitter at @JohnGreen or like me on Facebook at JohnGreenFans. I also have a Tumblr and an Instagram at @JohnGreenWritesBooks

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Tess M September 25, 2015 at 12:15 am

Dear John Green,

Wow, how do I even start this? I don’t want to sound like a total fan girl and such. But in a way I just want to thank you for what you have done, not thank you in screaming or stuff like that. Just a normal Thank You for telling the true and riveting stories you have told, and still have yet to tell. I love your books. I love the truth in them. I love the lies the characters tell to relies their mistakes. How you tell life like it really is. And I love how you tell us within your stories of how life is going to suck sometimes. And we are going to have to face them instead of run from them. Thank you for teaching so many kids that they can do better. And there, there is my Thank You. And I meant every word I said.

Tess M


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Anma September 26, 2015 at 2:42 pm

dear john , i suck at writing really bad , ad also reading obviously , but your books were my first to actually read and finish to the last bit of letters (if that make any sense , if not just go with it ). your words are inspiring , your writing in general , and i m not fan girl , i just like your books . the reason that im on this contact me kinda of something is that im teenage girl whom is lost and have no idea of who i am , i know this might be a bit silly and there is no chance it could happen kinda request but we all have our miracles right (cheesy i know ) i just want u to write a book about me i just feel like you see through people if u know what i mean , and maybe help me figure out who iam , what i am , i m lost , i have a home a familly a content life , but i feel empty , i feel nothing all the time , just plz help me u r the only person who makes me feel somthing reading your books , and BTW im Muslim from tunisia a small tiny figure in north africa , i know this is pretty much random ang meaningless but plz try to understand , i just wanna have something to look for something to do , somthing to be proud of even if that means telling everybody my life story .

a girl


Veretennikova October 2, 2015 at 3:09 pm

Hello,Mr. John Green, I am not strong in English. I am sorry me.
I love your books. It is staggering works.
You surprizing. Good-bye!


Rina September 26, 2015 at 5:09 pm

Mr. John Green,

The way I see it, you’re just another human being in our world filled with human beings. But what makes you utterly and completely special is that you’ve done something great.

You’ve written good books.

Although I love all of your famous novels, your novel The Fault in Our Stars seems to have found a special place inside my heart. Aside from Hazel and Gus’s catastrophically tragic and romantic love story, I have found that there’s one other part of your novel that really resonates with me.
“Some infinities are bigger than other infinities.” The idea that there is an infinity of numbers between zero and one, and possibly an even bigger or even smaller infinity between Hazel and Gus is beautiful. Being someone who has lost a number of people within the decade and a half that I have been alive,


Rina Dey September 26, 2015 at 5:10 pm

this truly helps in my understanding of the world.
So thank you, John Green, for writing good books.

I hope you know how many lives you have changed for the better.


A person pursuing their dreams. September 26, 2015 at 8:47 pm

Hi. How do I begin this?

Since I was introduced to writing/English in school, I’ve wanted to be an author. But my only problem is, I have no inspiration to keep a story going. I have a thought in my big ol’ useless brain, but as soon as I start writing, I decide this isn’t going to work out. It’s a small chance, but I really need some tips- could you give me some?

Just another fan.


Eliza September 27, 2015 at 1:30 pm

Hi, I’m a fan of yours and for English class I wrote a short memoir centered around Looking For Alaska and you. My English teacher got a kick out of it, and he thought you would too, so he told me to email it to you. But it doesn’t fit any of these contact categories, so I’m not sure what to do or who to talk to. If someone could let me know I would be very appreciative!


Lea Garriga September 27, 2015 at 5:21 pm

Hi John i’m a spanish ” fan ” i don’t like read books but you book is like a explosion in my mine y love so much really , I ride first the book and after the movie , and i’ts perfect but I have a question : (sorry for my English) the question it’s like the hazel grace’s question to petter van hauten ,i would like to know the end of the book , I know Augustus waters dead and hazel it’s in terminal cancer but after what is the life of hazel without gus , when and where is dead her or thinks like that . I really like if you look this an tell me thinks of the end and thanks for this book I’m in love really :) I think you have a lot o this question an you no answer but I think I could have a little chance you look at this I don’t :) I imagine you whrite a new book !!!!
Thanksss forr all !!!
Good b


Lea Garriga September 27, 2015 at 5:22 pm

Hi John i’m a spanish ” fan ” i don’t like read books but you book is like a explosion in my mine y love so much really , I ride first the book and after the movie , and i’ts perfect but I have a question : (sorry for my English) the question it’s like the hazel grace’s question to petter van hauten ,i would like to know the end of the book , I know Augustus waters dead and hazel it’s in terminal cancer but after what is the life of hazel without gus , when and where is dead her or thinks like that . I really like if you look this an tell me thinks of the end and thanks for this book I’m in love really :) I think you have a lot o this question an you no answer but I think I could have a little chance you look at this I don’t :) I imagine you whrite a new book !!!!
Thanksss forr all !!!
Good by


Spencer September 27, 2015 at 5:23 pm

Hey how’s it going?
Unfortunately I’ve only read Paper Towns but it was a great book!Although
The end was kind of lame,some books have cliff hangers then pick up with another book and film from where it left off.This didn’t do that and I feel as if it was a waste of time.The characters go on this wild journey to find Margo and then when they do they leave!At the end Quentin and Margo realise they love each other then tell one another and go their seperate ways!It would be amazing if there was another book and movie where Margo and Quentin are together and go on with life together.I see your point trying to relate it to reality but it doesn’t work in this movie/book.I’d appreciate if you look at this and try your best to make it happen.


Spencer September 27, 2015 at 5:27 pm

To make more sense out of this I have watched the movie and thought it was great!Except for the disappointing ending.


Spencer September 27, 2015 at 5:28 pm

Paper Towns 2 book and movie


Spencer September 27, 2015 at 5:29 pm

Paper Towns 2 book and movie please.


Lea Garriga September 27, 2015 at 5:26 pm

Hi John i’m a spanish ” fan ” i don’t like read books but you book is like a explosion in my mine y love so much really , I ride first the book and after the movie , and i’ts perfect but I have a question : (sorry for my English) the question it’s like the hazel grace’s question to petter van hauten ,i would like to know the end of the book , I know Augustus waters dead and hazel it’s in terminal cancer but after what is the life of hazel without gus , when and where is dead her or thinks like that . I really like if you look this an tell me thinks of the end and thanks for this book I’m in love really :) I think you have a lot o this question an you no answer but I think I could have a little chance you look at this I don’t :) I imagine you whrite a new book !!!!
Thanksss forr all !!!
Good bye!
11:26 p. m. , Alicante , Spain,


Sophie Sloup September 28, 2015 at 2:25 am

Dear Mr John Green and who ever this may concern,

Ever since I read the last word of your first ever novel, Looking for Alaska, about 24 hours ago, it has failed to leave my mind once ( apart from when I was sleeping) and I know if I don’t atleast try to contact you it never will. Whenever I read or see or hear something that inspires me or sparks a connection, I get the crazy feeling inside me. It’s really hard to explain how it feels but usually this feeling goes away. I’ve trained in acting for about 3 years now, and although I am not a professional, I can’t help but notice that since Alaska Young was introduced to me this feeling has remained and this has never happened to any other character I’ve read, watched or performed. I don’t know if this is just me making up crazy ideas in my mind ( which is probably the case) but this has made me feel a connection to her and the novel that extends past a love for the book, and to a personal connection. From the way I see Alaska Young, she has a very complex mind, full of ideas and mystery that not many people could understand, but I wish to find out more about her so I can atleast try to extend on my understanding of her and why I have felt such a deep connection. I know that you have started to prepare for the making of Looking for Alaska as a film and a feel like I could bring Alaska and her incredibly complex mind to life. I know this is a very big ask and the chances of success are slim, but it would be my dream to audition for you and show you how I see her and that she has had such an enormous impact on me. I understand you are a very busy man and have a lot of grown up things to tend to so I don’t expect a reply from this letter, that probably makes absolutely no sense, but what I’m asking is that you after reading this letter, you consider and audition.
I thanks you deeply for your time and wish you luck on all you future endeavors.

Your Sincerely,
Sophie Sloup, 15
Melbourne, Australia


Angelica Ines September 28, 2015 at 4:49 pm

Ok Green, this text was written in Portuguese and translated by Google, so I’m sorry if the translation out shit, I can not write in English, and I’m a Brazilian. But the effort may be worth.
Kisses, Angelica.

Lord Green.
I finished what would be his last book I needed to read. I confess that I began to read because I was sick of both hear people slobbering and drooling like idiots for you. I wanted to show, reading the books, you no more than a writer like everyone else and I did not know why so much alvorosso so.
Well, I started with The Fault in Our Stars . The book everyone has read, and bla bla bla. I cried at the end. Drug. I guess I should not because I wanted to unmask his reputation for OH MY GOD HE IS TOO. But I think a little about the book.
At first a little cliché, like all books and films about cancer. Least two things.
1-is not the main character who died of cancer, is her boyfriend, who at first NOR HAD cancer;
2-It is not just a sad story of little love, a good girl, suffering, and someone dies in the end. There are so many different things. Let’s say it’s a book that we can learn to philosophize, that is, learn to think, to use wisdom. In a different way, without rules of good and right, let’s just sit here and think a different little things?
That shit.
Then came,Looking for Alaska. And it worsened more. Because I liked. In fact, I liked it because so much is the kind of book I usually read and enjoy. So ok, next.
I read the Other, until arriving at the last, An Abundance of Katherines. And this book blew me away. All my bodily and mental structures.
Have you ever read I Am the Messenger by Markus Zusak? So, this is the best book I have ever read in my entire life. And although I have only 19 years old, I’ve read enough books, very many.
He is the best simply because he helped me change my view of things helped me to think differently and I finished it feeling so different, you know? Like I could and needed to do something for people. It did not take something great. Something small, cool. And I know that your book there? Then he woke me something very similar.
Always I felt like a Collins. I have no high IQ. But always I wanted to do something big, that change people’s lives, that too, my name was boasted, (this before I Am The Messenger of course). And in the end, I learned so much cool stuff, and that added so much to my life, that your book came into my list Best Books I’ve Ever Read In My Entire Life. Of course, I had to leave all my pride aside and say, damn, he’s really good.
But there is problem. All his books, I noticed, are not only cool stories, love, couple, bla bla bla. You put so much to think, reflect and discuss, I’m just wondering, do people do it? Or will be only read and find it so beautiful? His books are those that teachers should take into the room and sit down with students and begin to think about life, or something.
You should know MUCH MORE than I like their fans read their books. But I’d really like to go with a different look. Tavez is that my fury now. Before it was all his popularity by a “cliché book that speaks of someone with cancer” (not so cliché so), it is now, it will be what we are reading some of his books?
I wanted to know.
And I wanted to congratulate you for the beautiful writer you are (hate to admit it, I’m proud, I’m sorry).
And I wanted to thank you for the opportunity to read his books and feel different.



Bailey September 28, 2015 at 9:25 pm

Dear John,
You probably wont see this and that’s okay. I just thought id try. Your book touched my heart. (the fault in our stars) and I know it probably has a lot of others as well, and that’s great, but I feel connected to hazel on a personal level. No, I do not have cancer. But I do understand what she says about dying because regardless of what she says, it feels almost exactly the same as depression. It’s this feeling that you can’t quite shake.i also connect with her because I too have lost a loved one. And so has many other people. I am in no way more important then anyone else who has left a comment here, hoping you read it. But I just had to try.


isra September 28, 2015 at 11:53 pm

hey john!! i am your fan from india… i have just finished reading your book..the fault in our stars..i just loved it…i really was depressed coz augustus died in the end..keep your good work on… keep writing…


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Noura September 29, 2015 at 4:11 am

Dear MR Green,

First of all excuse me for my bad English, don’t say I didn’t warn you.

Obviously, I’m writing to ask you about your wonderful and very smart novel.. The fault in our stars.

What happened to Hazel and Isaac after Augustus died? Like did Monica talked to him to check on him? So she just keep ignoring him?

Did Hazel and Isaac become best friends or at least close? Did him or Hazel died Soon or you think they grow up?

Your book helps me FIGHTING WITH DEPRESSION i have.
Thank you for writing this book I really enjoy every time I re-read it.
Please answer my letter soon enough, btw i like paper towns too!

Your biggest fan,


Amanda September 29, 2015 at 8:38 am

Dear John Green,
In our AP English class, we had the assignment of picking a book of our choice. Two classmates and I had picked your book, Looking for Alaska. We have had endless questions pertaining to Alaska’s death. Our Class has been wondering if you would be able to Skype us to answer some of our questions.


Saskia Halbenz September 29, 2015 at 10:01 am

Hey John (and hi to everybody else, whos reading this),
please don’t judge me because of my baaad English. I’m from Germany and I#ve read EVERY BOOK thats written by you. In German and in English. And I love them all.. I even watched the films and now I want to ask you a question (maybe you will never read this, but it feels right to write you..):
What the hell are you doing with my brain and my heart?! And what are you doing with me? You made me think about so many stupid little things in life that could make a change at the end. How did you do this? Please never stop writing. I would like to ask you so many questions… But I can’t do this here, so please contact me if you read this…
One of my questions is: Why does Augustus has Brown Eyes in film and blue in book? And why is he 18 in the films and 17 in the book? and where are all these little conversations? I missed them a lot ;( but hte film wa sgreat anyways. And everytime I think about it (and the book) I wanna start crying…
You’re an sardist… BEcause you told us everything is nice and wonderful and theres love and thean… someone dies….. thats so hard that i sarted hating you! but I love you anyway… <3


Nevaeh Jozwowski September 29, 2015 at 3:19 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

I have thought of so many ways to start this off all of which will make me seem uneducated compared to your marvelous mind. I might as well start off by saying how big of a fan I am of your works. At the moment I feel like Hazel Grace Lancaster except that I’m not a fictional character and I’m not dying of cancer and I did not fall in love with a handsome boy named Augustus Waters. I feel like Hazel because she always dreamed of getting answers from Mr. Peter Van Houten. Hazel also was a fan of his work, just how I am a fan of yours. I hope that you aren’t an alcoholic who moved to Amsterdam just like Mr. Van Houten in The Fault In Our Stars.

I might as well tell you how I am a writer myself but I will never be as outstanding as you. I have written a book myself but it needs some work to make it good. I would be so thankful if you could read it and give me some advice. Also I have this idea for a book/movie which I would love to share with you and get your opinion on too. Sorry for this awful message since it is badly written. I know you are an extremely busy man but if you could take a few minutes out of your life to write me back it would mean the world to me.

Nevaeh Jozwowski


Alejandra Delgado September 29, 2015 at 9:25 pm

Dear John Green.
Not even know how to start this, I’m so nervous but I just wanted to say I’m a big fan of all his works are so wonderful I focus so much on the role of the characters right now I feel like Hazel, while she I wrote to Peter Van Houten, I remember how not to cry in the book and what I have not cried in the movie, I have a giant canvas that will buy the film with film photography, I’ve cried so much that I’m afraid that my niece dies, is the same as hazel, I wish that the cancer did not exist.
I’ve written novels and I would like to write a book about my life or something much more interesting on suicide girls is what today is giving fashion, I’m not a great writer called you, I just bought a star not off his prologue, Esther Earl, and I’ve cried enough. My mother told me to contact that actually admire a lot and I hope your answer and tell you, I love you and thank you for having real and fascinating stories.
I know you’re a busy man, but if you could take a few minutes of your life to write again would mean the world to me.

Sincerely and with love
Sofia Alejandra Delgado.


Bronislava Frydkova September 30, 2015 at 1:22 pm

Dear Mr Green,
I’m from the Czech Republic that is a small state in the middle of Europe. I’m a big fan of the vlogbrothers and your books. I enjoy reading all of them but the truth is only reading of The Fault in Our Stars gave me emotional support in my complicated situation.
I have spent most of my life in the wheelchair and coped with some surgeries. Although I don’t think that I will die in the coming future, almost every person who I meet on the street stares at me and talks to me as I were a retarded child who is on his deathbed which is quite annoying and depressing. Hazel’s sarcastic sense of humour made me laugh and helped me understand that any dope isn’t that important to he could ruin my mood.
I thank you for making me happy and for getting me interested in the last words of famous people.
P.S. Your point of view on Greek financial crisis was interesting.

I have no idea if you ever read this email, but who knows.

Yours gratefully,


Madelynmn September 30, 2015 at 6:33 pm

Dear John,
I love your book The Fault In Our Stars. Most of my friends favorite books are Romance novels or Action (Like “The Prince Of Dawn”) ,but mine is The Fault In Our Stars. The reason is that because this Books means something. Their favorite book might be a good book, but dose it mean something. This book is unbelievable. WHY DO AUTHORS HAVE TO CRUSH YOUR HEART AND SOUL? My friend died of osteosarcoma the same year you published the book, but I didn’t read it till a year later at the suggestion of a friend. I love all your books and writing
Sincerely, Madelynn (PS: I most likely made a mistake)


Isadora Gehring September 30, 2015 at 10:27 pm

Querido Senhor Green,

Sou Isa, como já deves saber uma grande fã de sua pessoa e de seu trabalho, primeiramente gostaria de agradecer por tudo, o senhor e uma grande pessoa, os seus livros me ajudaram muito e me deram inspiração, pois também sou escritora, sou nova tenho 14 anos mas adoro ler e escrever minhas próprias histórias, gosto de todas as suas obras mas em especial de ‘A culpa é das estrelas’, não importa quantas vezes eu leia sempre irei me emocionar.
Em toda a vida que ainda tenho para viver somente desejo uma coisa amar como Hazel amou Gus e que alguém me ame como Gus amou Hazel. Tenho muita admiração pelo senhor e lhe desejo tudo de bom. Espero que leias este comentário e me responda : Será possível, ser amada de tal forma como Gus e Hazel?

Com amor,


Madeline Few October 1, 2015 at 10:48 am

Dear Mr Green,
I absolutely love your books, especially The Fault In Our Stars. It really helped me through a tough time, and still does. My Mom might have the same cancer that Gus had, and even if she doesn’t have it at the moment, there is a 9/10 chance that she will get it in the next 10 years.
I have read looking for Alaska as well, and that is awesome and I am currently reading “An Ubundence of Katherines” and I love them. All your books make me think about things on a deeper level, and for that I am truly grateful.

Yours most sincerely,
Madeline Few (12)


Kieran.c October 1, 2015 at 5:48 pm

Dear John

You are my inspiration you were the one how made me read so much I love all your books especially paper towns it my favourite book of all time I can’t wait to see the movie. Thanks so much.

Your sincerely
Age 11


Farrah Hayden October 1, 2015 at 9:03 pm

Hello, Mr. Green.
I would like to preface this comment by saying that you are an amazing writer and a true inspiration to me, as well as many others, I’m sure. You are funny, quirky and down-to-earth, which is why I want to ask one small favor/question for all interested:
How do you think of so many great storylines? How do you overcome writer’s block? What is some advice for a beginning novelist?
You see, I have begun writing a novel about a young girl who has to face the loss of a mother, is rejected from her dream job, and betrays her family all to achieve an unrealistic goal, only to come out on the bottom in the end and I am having great difficulty transitioning from a well thought storyboard to an actual book. I thought it might help to get a few pointers from my favorite author: John Michael Green.

Best Regards,
Farrah Hayden, Aspiring Novelist


Emily Brown October 2, 2015 at 9:42 am

Dear John,
My name is Emily. I am in 6th grade and I go to school in Maine, But that is enough talking about me… I have a few questions for you. 1- When is you next book coming out because I have read most of your books and I absolutely love them. 2- Are you going to make An Abundance Of Kathrines a movie? And finally, 3- Is there going to be a squeal to any of these books, because I would totally read them. Well, I hope you respond!
Sincerely, Emily Brown


Sidney Schonholz October 2, 2015 at 11:18 am

Me. Green
I’m doing a project on you for school about modern enlightened thinkers, I need to know where you went to high school, college, if you received an education higher than college, if so, where. I also need to know where your first job was, what you do for fun, and what your net worth is.
Much thanks


Kat Tucker October 2, 2015 at 11:34 am

Dear John Green,
First off, I’d like to thank you for writing The Fault in Our Stars. It has become such an addictive read, and I love it to pieces; regardless of the amount of times I have cried. :,) I’ve experienced a massive series of emotions throughout this book, also known as “feels”. How do you do it? Your book has impacted the way I think of love and general relationships. I have noticed how powerful each relationship is between the characters in the story. The communication between people has really helped me recognize each individuals’ love towards one another, and I admire that. I have noticed the essence of relationships in this book and in your other stories. You must be really into those. I like that. I enjoy the way you gave every character a completely different personality and perspective on things. I like how I can make connections with them and get to know each person – even without personally speaking to them. You were very realistic when you wrote this story, and I appreciate that. I like how the communications, personalities, events, and characters throughout the book were realistic. Following that, the way everything gradually fell into place as the story progressed showed life’s reality, and how things do not always turn out the way you want them to; such as Augustus dying. My only question is, WHY WHY WHHHYYYY?! I have never loved one’s work quite as much as yours. You have such a substantial way with words that is unimaginable to dislike. Your writing always makes me contemplate who I am and who I aspire to be. I have a couple of questions for you. Who, or what, truly inspired you to become such a distinguished writer like yourself? I’d love to hear about your whole thought process. Also, are you currently working on, or writing another book? I’m anxious to read more of your remarkable stories.
Kat Tucker


Lya Rezende October 2, 2015 at 2:19 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

My name is Lya and (just as millions and billions of people) I am an admirer of his work, both vlogbrothers on Youtube as a bunch of his books already published. They are all of my liking and love.

There is much I can not find a person think (and write) exactly the way you think. Margo Roth Spiegelman as well as – by far its character created which like most – I think the world has its falsehoods, allow me, as well as its crossroads, and that a person can not be more than one person. It is simply a person who has their ups and downs. And I seek long a way to control them, my. And with his books I became a Augustus Waters, whose roller coaster just goes up.

With you I could understand why some people do not like me and drop me into oblivion, and created a formula to isolate me from people like that, a theorem. As in Theorem Katherine book I liked it right away, because as a character (you all know who you are) I love Katherines. (* laughing *)

I know that may sound a little flattery quote secretly all his books and adapt myself to them, but it’s true. (It may sound flattery that too and so on). I became familiar with the dialects of books, forms of writing. This. Way. Funny. AND . Realistic. and also with the repeated words and without commas that appear and come and come and come and so until the end of the book.

Evil would say that considering the exorbitant amount of ds fans to Mr. letters you would be a Van Houten not read them? This was my impression. I feel, if disappointed. It’s just that sometimes we judge without knowing.

Why get into that, I would love to meet you any day radius. People have different degrees of importance to different degrees of people who are not always important.

I hope to read, and to publish more (read millions) of magnetic and legal books. For it certainly will not be difficult.

A big hug,



Onildo October 3, 2015 at 1:24 am

Dear Mr. Green
Hello my name is Onildo, a simple being in the midst of seven billion people in the world, I’m from Brazil and admire your work, and I identify a lot with their books, I decided to express a thought about the book Looking for Alaska .
After all, how to get out of this maze? When we called the concept of live melancholy pain of being glad we found ourselves lost in our own paradigms, real or somewhat fictional. Often we find ourselves caught up in our own freedoms, where we try to be as perfect, that we became standard being influenced by society itself. How far will the pursuit of happiness? As we left this maze? We can not always choose the ways we want, but what we are influenced to follow, often disturbed by everyday problems that surround us. Reading “Looking for Alaska” we note that there is no possibility to leave the maze without suffering, such that it is always present in our lives, making us inpócritas, insolent and selfish beings, where only care about the self, such as a selfish passion as the Miles for Alaska. My conclusion is that the act of living is learning how to be senpre should give you suffering, so it does not turn a paradigm and stop us from being happy.
Ps; Thanks for writing such fantastic books.


Modeerá October 3, 2015 at 4:36 am

To my favorite author,
I don’t think you’ll see this comment, as it’ll mix with the other thousands of comments that will flood this place. But, just for my satisfaction, I’ll tell you how I felt reading TFIOS. I felt a surge of emotions,it was like reading things that I was never able to describe. I’m not a cancer patient, so I don’t have a wish-granting organization, but if I did meet a genie, I would love to meet you, and get my book signed by you. Honestly, it would be an amazing experience! And then , I’d live to tell my grandchildren that I met the author of my dreams, who’s work was beyond phenonomal.And BTW, I’m 11 and you absolutely have no idea what charisma you’ve impressed me with. Waiting for the sequel, and beyond excited to know what happened to Hazel’s mom, and Bluie, the blue bear. ✌

Your greatest fan and admirer,


Rodrigo D. October 4, 2015 at 12:44 am

Paper Towns now, its my favorite movie, its so magic and incomparable, how you can do historys like the fault in our stars, or looking for alaska, you are th best, thanks for making me look the life with other eyes,

im from panama, and im not the best in english, thanks MR Green


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