Paper Towns

Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman from afar. So when she cracks open a window and climbs back into his life–dressed like a ninja and summoning him for an ingenious campaign of revenge–he follows.

After their all-nighter ends and a new day breaks, Q arrives at school to discover that Margo, always an enigma, has now become a mystery. But Q soon learns that there are clues–and they’re for him. Urged down a disconnected path, the closer he gets, the less Q sees of the girl he thought he knew.

Paper Towns debuted at #5 on the New York Times bestseller list and won the 2009 Edgar Award for Best Young Adult Mystery. It is taught in many high school and college curricular, often in conjunction with Whitman’s Leaves of Grass, which is an important text within the novel.

If you’ve read the book and don’t mind spoilers, you can find much, much more over at the Paper Towns Questions Page.

If you would like to read this book in another language, go to the translations page.

Reviews (Spoiler Alert!)

“Green’s prose is astounding — from hilarious, hyperintellectual trash talk and shtick, to complex philosophizing, to devastating observation and truths. He nails it–exactly how a thing feels, looks, affects–page after page.”
-Johanna Lewis, School Library Journal, starred review

“A suspenseful mystery, a compelling central metaphor, and one of those road trips that every senior hopes he or she will have round out this exploration of the kind of relationship that can’t help but teach us a little bit about ourselves.”
-Bulletin for the Center of Children’s Books, starred review

“A powerfully great read.”

“There are echoes of Green’s award-winning Looking for Alaska (2005): a lovely, eccentric girl; a mystery that begs to be solved by clever, quirky teens; and telling quotations (from Leaves of Grass, this time) beautifully integrated into the plot. Yet, if anything, the thematic stakes are higher here, as Green ponders the interconnectedness of imagination and perception, of mirrors and windows, of illusion and reality. That he brings it off is testimony to the fact that he is not only clever and wonderfully witty but also deeply thoughtful and insightful. In addition, he’s a superb stylist, with a voice perfectly matched to his amusing, illuminating material.
–Michael Cart, Booklist, starred review

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Riyaqa July 23, 2014 at 6:45 pm

I just finished this books yesterday , I really enjoyed reading it you’re a great author (my favourite so far) to be honest I really thought Margo killed herself you cant really blame me I’ve read ‘Looking for Alaska’ and Faults in our starts’ before this book and got use to you killing one of the main characters . anyway I love your books and I’ll be starting Will Graysen , Will Graysen next


haidy hassan July 24, 2014 at 8:36 am

hi,im haidy and i really love your books especially the fault in our stars and looking for alaska why dont you make a movie for looking for alaska and your other books ??


Augustus July 24, 2014 at 2:21 pm

Sweetie, that’s not how it works. He doesn’t make the movies, he sells the rights. He sold the rights for paper towns, looking for Alaska, and tfios.


Jess July 30, 2014 at 4:34 am

Hey Augustus? Is your name really Augustus? If it is that’s very unfortunate for you and a huge coincidence but if it isn’t your kinda making yourself have cancer and die


Margo/Jess again July 30, 2014 at 4:38 am

But at least you have the loving, caring and beautiful girlfriend before you die!


Theonie July 31, 2014 at 3:59 am

Really Jess you are nothing like Margo!

Jess August 1, 2014 at 2:22 am

I am for like Margo than u think TJ!

Kaya July 24, 2014 at 2:20 pm

What are the points on the map again? I have looked for a while and cannot seem to come across them.


SACKCLOTHANDASHES August 1, 2014 at 8:48 am

the points Are: los Angeles, chicago, New york, and the Last One is either washington DC or else Maybe Annapolis or chesapeake Bay. (i feel Like there Was five but i Couldn’t find the Fith)


Antonia S. July 24, 2014 at 4:05 pm

Estimado John Green:
Acabo de terminar Paper Towns, realmente tengo muchas preguntas por hacer, pero sólo haré las que me tienen mas preocupadas, bien que es lo que realmente pasa? solo se dan un beso de despedida y nada mas? Q realmente deja que se vaya? es tan idiota como para dejarla ir?, la buscó solamente para saber si estaba viva y luego dejarla ir? ESTO NO PUEDE SER! y obviamente necesito saber la perspectiva de MARGO (una chica que amo sinceramente)
Antonia Sabrowski, Rancagua Chile


Camila August 19, 2014 at 6:14 pm

Cierto? John Green nos odia, no puede terminar un libro asi! Jajaja Yo también soy de Chile! Chócale! :)


Daniela August 20, 2014 at 2:32 pm

John Green no habla español.


izzie July 26, 2014 at 12:16 pm

i Just wanna Try bluefin.


STRAIGHTANDFAST July 28, 2014 at 1:13 pm

same apart from the twitchiness


izzie July 28, 2014 at 2:50 pm

nah. i like Twitchy.


melimovil July 27, 2014 at 3:13 pm

Hi John !
Just want to say that sometimes the world is small…
I’ve followed you in Vlogbrothers and you with charlieissocoollike inspired me to have my own blog. My account is melimovil (as my nickname now), but I didn’t post too many videos anyway.
My best friend told me like 2 months ago that I have to read TFIOS.. and I did and I liked it. Then I saw your name as the author and I didn’t wonder why I liked it so much. Now I’m reading paper towns and I saw about the omnictionary. And now I’m writting you… in a public space haha
that’s it. I wanted to tell you this..
greetings from Chile


Camila August 19, 2014 at 6:16 pm

Yep, the world is really small, I’m also from Chile! Lol :)


Abril July 28, 2014 at 1:48 pm

Hello John!

I’m from Barcelona and I read Paper towns (ciudades de papeles in spanish) and I like it very much.
The thing that I liked most, is the attitude that have Quentin, Ben, Lacey and Radar to found Margo. It’s so funny because they have differents attitudes and thiks.

Margo Roth Spiegelman is so funny and sometimes I agree with her. The world is very small and some people don’t see what we see us about our town.

The relation that have Quentin and Margo makes me the things that we do with my best friend. I’m not as the same crazy as Margo, but more or less like her.

John Green, you are really amazing. I love all your books (right now I’m starting “Abundances of Katherines” and is very good).

Thank you to be a writter and a person so incredible that makes me happy with your books.

Best regards,


filipa pires July 28, 2014 at 6:19 pm

hello john,
i’m from portugal and i finished paper towns in 2 days. when we love a book, we really don’t want anything else. everytime i read a book by you i think no other book can be better then the past one, but that’s when i read other and other and it keeps going like that and i keep loving your work.
i started reading your books like 2 months ago and now i dont know what to do because i just have more too books to read and after that i will be so empty.
i know you don’t want to know this and probably , with very luck you’ll read this in ten years, or maybe, never. and i will be a grown up (yes because i’m only 15) and i won’t remember all the books i’ve read during adolescence, but i am sure i will never forget your books, because they were the ones who had a remarkable importance during this period.
i am just a kid, a someone trying to become something, to know myself, but you ( through your books) were a very important ‘process’ of me becoming that.
and all of this to thank you, because even not knowing , you are helping kids and adults to grow up.
and i want to sorry this outburst of nonsense thoughts of a 15 year old girl who really admires your work. thank you for what you are, thank you for what you do.
one more time, i’m sorry, and i’m thankful for everything.
best regards,
– filipa pires


filipa pires July 28, 2014 at 6:20 pm

sorry for the mistake, i wanted to say : more two books*


Sarah Kiker July 30, 2014 at 8:20 pm

I love your books. I hate to read books that don’t hook me on the first page but when I read your books I don’t put it down till I’m done with it. I’m almost done reading “Looking for Alaska” I’ve already read ” The fault in our stars” and “An abundance of Katherines”. I just wanted to let you know I love your books and that you do a history thing on YouTube. So thank you!
Sarah kiker


SACKCLOTHANDASHES August 1, 2014 at 8:39 am

i Love this book, But i Have a Question. in the end of the book, Are they Burrying who They used to Be, or who they Thought they Used to be?


misael August 1, 2014 at 7:16 pm

GOD. I started to read the Book and i thouhgh: “this isn’t Bad”. and after some Hours, I was like: “what the Fuck, I finished Reading it and I didn’t even Noticed it”.
It was Amazing, John Green wrote my Three favorite Novells.


Sofía August 1, 2014 at 11:42 pm

HI, please, just watch this. It would mean the world.. I mean, John, please watch this.


Sofía August 1, 2014 at 11:43 pm

Yeah, I forgot to post the link last comment, but here it is. Please watch it Mr. Green :)


daisy August 2, 2014 at 3:57 pm

Paper towns is my second favorite book other looking for alaska. Paper towns is a mind twisting book. Love it when Q and margo go do the pranks and stuf. But i just dont get why?why?? Why didnt Q stay with margo. Can u tell me why


Justin August 4, 2014 at 10:00 am

It was mentioned a little just before the end of the book; they were just too different. Q wanted to go to college, graduate, have a career, and kids. Margo, however, doesn’t want that. She doesn’t want that type of life, to be caught in that cycle of life that society comes to expect from everyone. In the end, they just saw themselves in two different futures, and it was only after finding Margo that Q finally realized and accepted all of this.

This next part is mostly speculation, but I think that the only way for them to be together at that point would be if it were forced. Either Q would have to live his life in NYC with Margo or Margo have to move back home, and in either case, someone would end up living a life they don’t want to. A long distance relationship would have been possible, but Q would be starting college at Duke after the summer and things would have probably gotten messy and complicated. So they probably both felt it was best for the other to live a life that they truly want and in the end hope, that maybe one day, their strings would cross again at the right time.

Hope this helps a little, and again, it’s mostly just speculation.


lydia victor August 2, 2014 at 4:47 pm

Hey john,My name is Lydia and I’m 14 years old. I’ve read your book a little while ago and i’m asking myself if it would have a movie for this book ? and if yes, would it have open auditions?
Thanks to take your time to read this, I just wanna say that I really love all your books! :D

ps: sorry if there’s some mistakes, normally I write in french so.. yeah! Well have a good day :D


Jay Park August 4, 2014 at 8:16 am


Just, wow.

Your writing style fascinates me. How do you manage to bring up so much powerful emotion with just…words? Paper Towns was a fantastic read that made me want more. I wish I could have your talent in writing!

Keep writing!


Margot August 4, 2014 at 9:38 am

I just happen to share my name with the wonderful Margo Roth Speigelman (slightly different spelling) and have now sadly come to the end of this book earlier today but I have heard that a film of Paper Towns will be coming out much like tfios. I look forward to it and can’t wait to see radars house full of black Santas!


QTHERESURRECTION August 4, 2014 at 9:44 am

Did you ever think about how much time Margo must have spent planning everything?


SACKCLOTHANDASHES August 4, 2014 at 9:46 am

Yeah, like leaving the letters in the alphabet soup before Mississippi and leading you to the minimal, you mean?


OMNICTIONARIAN96 August 4, 2014 at 9:49 am

Someone from New York City searched Omnictionary for Margo Roth Spiegelman today.


ITWASAKIDNEYINFECTION August 4, 2014 at 9:51 am

I have an old theory she is somewhere in Orland, screwing with us and making sure that she’s the centre of our universe.


Myra August 5, 2014 at 11:02 am

Dear Mr. John Green,
I love your books! I’m trying to collect all of it but for now, I can’t finish reading your book “Paper Towns” because of school works and other stuffs. I should be doing my homework right now but I scroll over you blog and I realized that you’re such a great author. Btw, my homework is about HTML and we should pick one topic and my chosen topic is about books and your books were in my homework. You’re such an inspiration. May God bless you. :)


ellie August 6, 2014 at 4:37 am

Dear Mr green
I can now say I have read all your books my favourite book is paper towns as it really made me think about my life.the fault in our stars didn’t make me cry but paper towns did so thank you for that experience I just wanted to say thank you because you are my favourite author I’m sorry if my writing doesn’t make sense as I’m dyslexic.


Maggie Beutler August 6, 2014 at 3:45 pm

Dear John,

Forgive me for my informality but I do not wish to call you by your last name. I feel it is much less intimate and I would rather this comment get recognized for its personal touch.

I have read, ‘An Abundance of Katherine’s’ as well as ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ and I am currently working on the third ‘Paper Towns.’ Although this may sound premature having only read 2.5/5 of your books but I can say you are my favorite author. Now I know I should really expand my reading experience and give other authors a chance but-until I’ve finished your series of novels you are without a doubt my favorite author.

As I am reading ‘Paper Towns’ it is a wonderful book, and although I am sure Margo Roth Spiegelman will be a challenge to cast in your next film I am sure it will be as brilliantly cast as ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ was. That being said…I’ve taken a moment out of my reading to write this comment in hopes you will take the time to read it.

I believe I have found a typo in the book.

Perhaps I am wrong being the amateur writer and editor that I am, but on page 131 it says, “Graduate,” my mom said. “And trust that Margo can take of herself, for which she has shown a great talent.”

Is that right? Is there not supposed to be a ‘care’ in between ‘take’ and ‘of’?

I am stumped and felt I could not continue reading until I knew if I was the only one who noticed.

Thanks for reading!


Maggie Beutler


Letícia Amaral August 6, 2014 at 10:33 pm

Write to the dear and inspiring John Green.

My name is Leticia Amaral, I’m from Brazil, and I’m fourteen. From his books I discovered my passion for reading, which I never imagined! And since then I can not stop, I could see life differently after my discovery of the literary love.

The first book of his I read was the fault in our stars! I fell in love with the story, a novel that was really different and that reached a large audience.

And now my second and current book is: Paper Towns! Every day I’m falling more and more for the story, it’s really very curious. Those that you feel more and more comfortable to read and go discovering the facts. The essence is that his books are wonderful!

His way of thinking, writing, pass it on to us readers of your wonderful books is fantastic! I am a great admirer of his work and. And writing this review so you remember Hazel Grace Lancaster writing your emails to Van Houten. And it’s good to remember that!

All his books are very talented, and certainly deserve to be adapted for film. Congratulations!

To my dear inspiring,
John Green.


orlando August 7, 2014 at 9:06 am

Hey andrea Did you really Believe that?


megan August 7, 2014 at 10:18 pm

Mr Green

I have never enjoyed a book in my whole life like the way I enjoyed The fault in our stars. It made me laugh cry and worry and it also made me think of how lucky I am as a person not to be half as sick as the characters in the book Hazel,Gus and Iasac were or are. Im really bad at writing myself but I had to write this to tell you how much that book meant to me I never thought i would be so upsest with a book in my life its like my bible if Im honest it means the world to me. Not so long ago I left it at my brothers house and I thought I lost it I nearly died. Im addicted to your book The fault in our stars the way Hazel is addicted to Imperial Afflection. Thank you so much for writing the most extraordainary book I have ever read.

(sorry if my spellings bad)

much thanks


layla August 8, 2014 at 1:58 pm

currently laughing at all the margo wannabes trying to do random capitalization


hey hey ang August 8, 2014 at 9:24 pm

I have never really read such a disappointing book.


All that suspense added up to eugh.


Jare August 23, 2014 at 10:53 pm

That’s a lot of why I love this book. It’s a lot like life. You don’t get the ending you want at the end, but you can still find the beauty in it.


FoundTheWayOut August 11, 2014 at 11:44 am

Dear anyone,

I have finished reading this books two days ago. I mean I have finished reading this book for the fourth time two days ago. And I felt like sharing on this fine website.

A friend of mine, whose name you really don’t need to know, is what I would call a wanderlust. A wishful thinker, picturing great journeys and lonesome nights. She and I have known each other for sixteen years wich is -literally- a lifetime. For us anyway. (by now, you surely know my age right?)
I, myself, am quite the wanderlust.

But our great struggle is actually doing the things we’re afraid to do. Our great struggle is being unable to accomplish our most important dream. Which isn’t a dream, really.
We crave an opportunity to leave. Because, as was said in the book, “Leaving feels good and pure only when you leave something important, something that mattered to you. Pulling life out by the roots. But you can’t do that until your life has grown roots.”

And our life has grown roots. It really has. But it seems to us that the roots are so strong and big, that they’re keeping us from leaving.

So my question to you, dear anyone, is…How do you actually leave? Because we are not in one of John Green’s novels. There are so many things to think about. So many consequences. And I wish I had the guts to forget about it but I cannot.
I have found the way out of my labyrinth, but I do not know how to reach it.

I apologize about my poor english.

Yours sincerely,


Jare August 23, 2014 at 10:52 pm

Dear FTWO,
I know how you feel, wanting to leave. Leaving is a hard thing, roots to pull up, and they can grow strong and tangle into so many other people’s roots that it makes it hard to leave without hurting the other people around you. I think the hardest thing to do is to decide if it’s definitely what you need. Is it going to hurt you more to leave and to hurt the others around you than it’s going to help you? What are your plans in leaving? What can you do to help yourself grow if you move your roots to someplace else?

I feel the need to leave. But there’s people who so badly want my roots to stay that I cant take them away. Maybe that’s a personal fault. But I think the biggest thing to do is to look into yourself and look over everything, everything that makes you want to feel the feeling leaving gives. And if you decide you have to do it, do it. Pull the roots out of the dirt. Take what you need and go. A life on the road has always appealed to the kind of people that have unreasonably long roots, I think. Look into yourself, make sure it’s the best thing, and if it is, follow that. You can always put your roots back where they were, more or less.



FoundTheWayOut August 26, 2014 at 10:03 pm

Dear Jare,

I’m sorry I didn’t reply sooner. I had frankly given up on ever getting an answer.

I deeply thank you for everything you wrote and I will do as you say, and take a look at the whole picture and not only bits of it.
I have found myself too often seeing the bad in the good, rather than seeing the good in the bad. And the time has come, for me to stop being so afraid all the time.

I really do need an escape. I need to pull the roots out and plant them elsewhere. I do not seek a life with a single and magnificent tree. I seek a life full of ferns, flowers and twisted branches.
This is the only way I can feel at peace with myself. And this is not some existential crisis of a lost teenager who is feeling quite depressed. No. I have waited for the pain to leave before admitting that there was nothing left but void.
And I want to fill this void. The only way to do so, is to leave.

At the end of my highschool years, if the void has not been filled, I will be leaving.

I will end my message by quoting Mr. Thoreau:

‘I went to the woods because I wanted to live deliberately. I wanted to live deep and suck out all the marrow of life. To put to rout all that was not life; and not, when I had come to die, discover that I had not lived.’

yours sincerely,


Chi August 12, 2014 at 6:15 am

Dear Readers & Mr Green,

This book is my favourite book of all time. As it is not a simple love story where the boy falls for the girl and then stuff happens and happily ever after. This book is just so much more the whole mystery to it is absolutely thrilling, as soon as I started reading this book I couldn’t not put it down. After I read it I felt as if somehow I was apart of the book like I had a connection with the characters It was that incredible.

I can not put into words how incredible this book is and I recommend it for anyone who loves a love story with a twist. The book is so smart and has so many amazing quotes , it is definitely worth reading. I find as if I have fallen in love with the characters and as if the people are alive and I am following their story.

Thanks x


nb 574 ベージュ August 12, 2014 at 7:06 pm
Humberto August 12, 2014 at 11:58 pm

Olá Green.
Não sei se lerá isto, ou se ver e passar despercebido por você. Mas cara, eu realmente adoro seus livros, eu li todos. Mas em especial na cidades de papel você deveria escrever uma continuação…é muito importante para mim…não quero ser egoísta! Mas todos que leram, querem saber o depois. E na minha expectativa torcida queria que os ficassem juntos, porque sou apaixonado pela Margo! hahahaha. Um abraço

Atenciosamente, Humberto. Brazil


Kathlen and Ketllen August 15, 2014 at 2:51 pm

John Green, love His Book Paper Cities. But we wanted to know if there is any continued.
Kathlen And Ketllen Mayara


Jill August 24, 2014 at 12:19 am

Sorry to correct you, but its Paper Towns.


Jacey August 16, 2014 at 10:36 pm

I finished the book not an hour ago. ABSOLUTELY SPLENDID!!! I have decided after also reading TFIOS, that John Green is the most entertaining author that also understands a teenager. I WILL read the rest of his published works.


Finntheradar August 19, 2014 at 10:55 am

I think that this is my favourite of John Green’s books. I love the mystery, and the meaning, and the paper towns, and how the sections were divided into the strings, the grass, and the vessel. I loved how the meaning of the paper towns changed and the poem, song of myself, which I actually started reading yesterday but haven’t finished. And how false our ideas about people are, and how we keep expecting them to be the person we imagine. So yes, this is certainly my favourite book. Although I haven’t read An Abundance of Katherines yet, I will read it soon.


aaliyah August 19, 2014 at 8:07 pm

You really are a true rapper


h August 20, 2014 at 11:10 pm

i hate expecting what to happen next if you know what i mean..
i think you love mystery tho , not only in this book but Alaska liked being mysterious too and so is the end of tfios , since that mystery means being unknown


nada August 22, 2014 at 6:34 pm

would u pleaseeeeeeeeeeee TELLLLL ME JOHN WILL MARGO GO WITH Q OR NOT I AM DIEINGGGGG for an answer


natalie August 23, 2014 at 1:35 pm



Alicia August 23, 2014 at 4:55 pm

Hi! :)
I love this book (I love all your books I read) but I want to know what happens with Margo Roth Spiegelman and Quentin, I wanna know if Margo will meet with Quentin, if she wants to life with Quentin or with her parents (if her parents accept Margo at home)…
Thank you John for make me enjoy reading your books.
Hugs and kisses.


Alicia August 23, 2014 at 4:56 pm



Jare August 23, 2014 at 10:36 pm

Dear John,

I read Paper Towns for the first time while camping earlier this summer. It was the last book of yours that I hadn’t read yet. I finished the entire book that night, (it took me roughly 6 hours) and I didn’t realize how long it had taken because I was so enthralled with it. It’s honestly changed the way I’ve viewed life and school and everything else that’s being thrown at me.

This books throws a lot of ideas and philosophies at its reader, and it really made me think. The thoughts of “paper people” and the strings really resonate me on a lot of levels. I think that something that it doesn’t touch on as much, is that everyone is a paper person. I think that some people are just more paper than others. I really enjoyed the analogy. It’s made me try to open my eyes when I’m doing something paper thin. The point that Quentin refers to each of the different Margo’s for each person as more of a mirror than a window also spoke to me. I think people (me included) do this all the time, reflecting people into the versions that they like the best. This book is highly intellectual and is something that should be taught in schools. (Also, the audio book is told remarkably well). John, I really think this is some of your best work, and I can’t wait to see what comes from you next.


Jay August 24, 2014 at 12:23 am


I would like to let you know that your books and your YouTube channel with Hank seriously saved my life. I have been thinking about suicide but never done it. But when I read tfios then Looking For Alaska, (and of course, watched you eat slobber carrots and gross bbq, thanks Henry!) those thoughts vanished. So thank you John, for every thing.



Esperanza August 24, 2014 at 6:53 pm

hi, my names esperanza i just wanted to say paper towns is such a good book I’m currently reading it actually not yet done but from what i read so far its great and please I’m pretty sure the rest is just as great i mean all your books are great you’re an amazing author let me tell you that john green just know i really admire your work you’ve done an outstanding job never stop writing books john green because you’re just so great…
P.s you’re one of my favorite authors… :)


vicki August 28, 2014 at 12:24 pm

I just finished reading Paper Towns, thanks to my neice and I loved it. This book kept you on your toes wanting to find out what the outcome would be and it was also very funny at the right times. You should think about writing a sequel to this book, maybe 5 years out. If you do I will be the 1st to read it.


Alba August 28, 2014 at 7:11 pm

John, que puedo decir (o escribir) me encanta este libro y estoy esperando la película ( con Nat Wolff!) ( si, ya sé que soy una tonta por poner “CON NAT WOLFF” y más con un signo de exclamación,pero realmente me encanta el libro) y sencillamente -sé que hay MUCHAS personas que pensarán lo mismo- amo tu manera de escribir y creo que no tendrías que parar jamás, por mí andaría todo el día gritando “¡JOHN GREEN ES UNA DE LAS MEJORES PERSONAS DE ESTE MUNDO!”, tus libros son máquinas mata fascistas ;)
Atte: Alba P. (sé que no hacía falta poner mi nombre,y odio a las personas que lo hacen, pero de todas formas quería reírme un rato de mi propio comentario)


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r August 29, 2014 at 8:21 am

i finished ‘paper towns’ some days ago, and i’m reading and reading again my favourite parts, trying to understand everything like Quentin tries to understand Whitman’s poem, or Margo. I just love this book and I will never be bored reading my favourite parts; they are such an amazing thing, I can’t describe. the metaphors are one of my favourite thing. Oh and i’m absolutely in love with Margo’s character, like wow. I want to thank you, John Green, because you made me think so much in these days and i’m understanding a lot of new things about me, life, humans… this book will be forever in my heart. thank you, really. can’t wait to read the others, and again and again this one.


Evelyn August 30, 2014 at 3:36 pm

Wow. So I just read paper towns, and it is absolutely amazing. I think that’s it is so cool that this book is set In winter park, and that you live here, because I do too! I have quite the connection to this book, both of my parents sent to wphs, and I’m pretty sure I have driven down Pennsylvania ave. At least 1000 times in my life. I think that it is great that you set a book into where you lived, and It has definitely put winter park on the map! (P.S if you need someone to play a role in paper towns, hit me up;))


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