I am not sure if any of you have read John Green. But I had to post about him.
Recently I was browsing Goodreads for a book to read and came across Looking for Alaska by John Green. The story sounded so good that I obviously had to grab it from the library (such a pleasure when you find the book you are looking for!)
When I started reading it, I was blown away. I couldn't put the book down. The characters were so alive and the book took me back to my school days.
And then I jumped into the world of John Green. He hasn't written many books but they all blew me away. I couldn't stop thinking about each of these books for a good couple of weeks:
- Paper Towns - Such a feel-good book, made me think a lot! Again, took me back to my school days, to the fun-filled days of freedom and laughter with friends.
- The Fault in our Stars - made me cry so much, but it is brilliantly written.
I am yet to read An Abundance of Katherines, Will Grayson, Will Grayson and his story from Let it Snow.
Have you read any of his books? If so, which one did you like?
And if you haven't, then you should definitely try reading one.