Bibliophilia: (7) Paper Towns


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“There are so many people. It is easy to forget how full the world is of people, full to bursting, and each of them imaginable and consistently misimagined.” – Paper Towns by John Green.

Another crafted piece by John Green that gets you engaged from the very first page. Portraying people’s perceptions and how it reflects on their expectations, this book puts you in a state of emotional tornado. Impulses of anticipation, mingled with moments of fun and agony. It makes you both wonder and wander as you read on. The thing is, the more you read, the more you realize it’s not just about Quentin and his quest of Margo; it somehow happens to be about you too.

I started this book before my final exams (like 3 months ago) and was reading as fast as turtle, but I heard myself gasp when I finished the last page, because for some reason I wanted this book to go on forever..