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Paper Towns
by John Green

Author: John Green
RRP: £7.99

As children, Quentin and Margo have been the best of friends and have kept no secrets from each other. They go on all sorts of adventures round their neighbourhood but as they get older, Margo starts going on adventures of her own...

It’s Q and Margo’s last year in high school and they’re getting ready for prom, graduation and college. Although Q’s dream is to go to college and become successful, Margo has other plans...

One night, Margo arrives at Q’s window dressed in black from head to toe and asks for a ride round town. When Q finally agrees, he has no idea what’s going to happen during the course of the night. But as the events of the night unfold, Q begins to see Margo for who she is and what she’s really like.

After their all-nighter trip, everything seems to be fine until Q gets back to school. Where’s Margo? She is known to be late for school, but not several weeks late...

The rest of the story puts Q’s mystery solving skills to the test and the adventure of finding Margo becomes more exciting all the way to the end.

It is a genius story-line, filled with humour and what it’s really like to be a teenager. It is an exciting mystery story full of clues and twists that eventually point to Margo’s location. After travelling many miles to get to Margo, in the end, does she want to be found?

John Green has written another amazing story with characters you’re bound to fall in love with. He is also the author of ‘The Fault in our Stars’ which is a sad but beautiful love story which will stay with you for years to come...

I hope you enjoy this review as much as the last :)

Nicola Lawton (14)