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The John Green Love Thread

I don't know about you, but I love John Green and his books for YA. They're fantastic. John is able to write about teenagers in a way that is interesting and really makes you think about the characters as people. If you haven't read his books, I suggest you do. Here's a list of his favorite is definitely An Abundance of Katherines with Looking for Alaska in a close second. I can't wait to read The Fault in our Stars...I'm just waiting for it to get to me!  Anyone else with me!?


Looking for Alaska 

An Abundance of Katherines 

Paper Towns 

Will Grayson, Will Grayson 

The Fault in Our Stars      

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Re: The John Green Love Thread

I am 30 far past my young adulthood lol.....but johns books are so well written adults can easily enjoy. The fault on our stars one of the best books i ever read!
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Re: The John Green Love Thread

I also love all of John Greens's books! Theyre really excellent and he has a lot of talent. He's also just a really nice and funny person, so thats a bonus ^_^

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