(PDF) [Looking for Alaska]
This was the first book
ever read by John Green was given to me in 2007 when I had no idea who John Green was I wish this book had been around when I was a teen I really enjoyed the story but I think I would have liked it even if I wasn t already ast that Ye Castle Stinketh: Could You Survive Living in a Castle? point in my life Even still I loved this bookMiles is in search for the greaterhaps and has a fascination with famous last words He meets Alaska Young who is basically the girl words He meets Alaska Young who is basically the girl his dreams Their journey together at boarding school begins And John Takes Us On An Exciting John takes us on an exciting in which you constantly feel there is impending doom lurking ahead I m going to keep this review short because so much has been said on this book The writing is as great as I always expect now from JG and the story unfolds with a great ace that makes you never want to ut the book down You will Bootie and the Beast probably feel some excitement sadness and maybe even a little anger reading this book but I think this book will be memorable This is an outstanding coming of age novel that doesn t resort to a happily ever after ending but the characters each seek closure on their own terms The characters are well drawn witty and full of individual uirks This book also includes some funranks some great humor and some shocking turns of events I loved the beforeafter and the whole countdown I thought that was a really neat tool that helped build suspenseLooking For Alaska is a book I still love and recommend years later. Na escuridão atrás de mim ela cheirava a suor luz do sol e baunilha e nessa noite de ouco luar eu ouco mais odia ver além da sua silhueta mas mesmo no escuro consegui ver ,I EVER READ BY JOHN GREEN
And occasionally still think about It remains my favorite JG book and I would like to ersonally thank the erson who gave me this book for introducing me to this wonderful writerRecommend to everyone really yup this is not the right book to read for the first time at 23 years old really yup this is not the right book to read for the first time at 23 years old 2020 yup Wow I must ve skipped a bunch of Motivational Perspectives on Chronic Pain pages or read the Hebrew translation or was having root canal or something because that was one terrible book All those awards WHAT Such a clumsy That s me realizing I was about to give a big one star to a superopular book on Goodreads It didn t stop me This book was beyond stupidMiles is a little nerd boy from Florida he is going away to boarding school hoping for a new life or maybe his Great Perhaps The Great Perhaps comes from a minute reference to some oet Thrown in to this book to make it all edgy and shit Fail Once he gets there his roommate the reuisite character that is so oor but super smart befriends him The Colonel aka Chip takes Miles now known as Pudge under his wing and now he has friendsIncluding the super special Alaska she is the beautiful cool and allusive girl She is moody and spontaneous Of course the boys all love her milkshakeincluding our Pudge That smoking line It s from the book head deskThen another thingand this was a big one for me John Green you have enough dang money that if you are going to write southern characters at least try TRY to get them halfway right You just. He os olhos esmeraldas intensas E não Era Só Linda Era só linda era uma brasaAlaska Young Lindíssima esperta divertida sensual transtornada e completamente fascinante Miles Halter. ,
Put every stupid stereotype known into the characters that are southern for this book You made them all sound stupidIf they didn t go to this wonderful boarding school that erased their accent they sounded like ignorant hicks I hate to tell you honey but last time I check Florida is also in the south They have accents too You lost a star just for not taking the two seconds to research southern speech I ve lived here my whole life and I have never heard someone speak like you had several characters speaking Anyways for me here my whole life and I have never heard someone speak like you had several characters speaking Anyways for me book glorified the whole oh I m so dark don t you want to be me shit FOR ME view spoilerIt glorified suicide even though Alaska technically did not commit suicide hide spoiler My assistant Amanda has been a John Green fan for ages which is one of the reasons I decided to start giving his stuff a read I decided to start here because it was one of his first books After I finished this book I went to her and asked Are all of John Green s books going to
"Leave Me Feeling Like "me feeling #like ve had a hole kicked straight through my gutsNot all of them she said #ve had a hole kicked straight through my gutsNot all of them she said yeah Some I thought about this for a while then asked her In Name of the Wind when X happens did it feel like that when you read it Except I didn t say X obviously I mentioned a None Like Him: 10 Ways God Is Different from Us (and Why That's a Good Thing) particular scene in my first book Well Amanda said Not really His scene is central to his book But even so yeah It was kinda like that Shit I said Sorry about that So yeah Sorry about that. Nãoodia estar mais apaixonado Puta por ela Mas uando a tragédia lhe bate àorta Miles descobre o valor e a dor de viver e amar de modo incondicionalNunca mais nada será o mesmo.