With a different ending, it would have been four stars... What exactly was the purpose of this book? Maybe that was the point though, maybe it was supposed to resemble life?
So yeah.... The time has come that I read another book by John Green.
This one was good. I liked it. Much better than [b:Looking for Alaska|99561|Looking for Alaska|John Green|https://d.gr-assets.com/books/1394798630s/99561.jpg|919292].
The writing style was so
John Green, and I highlighted a lot of sentences. I got rather philosophical at times! Haha. But no seriously, it really was wellwritten. The humor was so me, which only added to the experience.
As far as the storyline goes, I liked it a lot, but the ending kind of ruined it for me. I was hoping for something more
. I don't know, it's John Green, I'm sure he could've come up with something. Well, clearly he couldn't. Or wouldn't. Well...
I liked Q and I liked Margo - until the end that is. Then they sort of lost it.... They became these "normal teenagers," which wasn't how I saw them throughout the first 80% of the book... That's a shame!
I really liked Q's friends as well, they were simply hilarious! And Ben, with his "stop the car, I need to take a piss" - that's so me lol!