Melissa Walker

Monday, April 21st, 2014 Melissa Walker

I love this video. I really need to read Paper Towns. Has anyone read it?

UPDATE: I ordered the book from The Community Bookstore. Wonder which cover I’ll get? It’s fun to leave it up to fate!

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  1. lenore says:

    Yes – and I reviewed it on Monday of this week :)
    VERY good stuff!

  2. khy says:

    I have! It’s completely amazing.

  3. Mrs. V says:

    I have not read it yet, but it is on my Amazon and Book Mooch wish lists.

  4. Michael says:

    Not yet! (I am still reading The Good Thief by Hannah Tinti, which is fantastic Dickensian goodness.) I went to the release party/reading/event thing at the B&N Tribeca on Wednesday, though. There was a cool kids table behind the ropes with David and Maureen et al, but I sat out in the crowd with two editorial assistants from Penguin.
    It was amazing back there–vaguely Beatles concert-esque. First of all, I got there half an hour early and was still somewhere around the 14th row. There were hundreds of people sitting and another hundred or so standing outside of the seating area.
    There were people from all over. Two girls had driven 12 hours from Michigan. And everyone seemed to know all the words to Hank Green’s songs.
    Anyway, it was very cool. John Green was smart and funny and very gracious when he signed my book. I have “Happy Margot” (yellow cover) but he informed us that the Happy/Sad Margot thing is a false dichotomy and that that is sort of what the book is about. So I am looking forward to reading it, because I loved Alaska and I am fascinated by false dichotomies.
    Now, if you’ll excuse me, the Red Sox are on!

  5. Michael says:

    Or I guess that was Thursday, actually. Sorry. The Sox had runners on–hard to concentrate!

  6. Alea says:

    That was a great video! I definitely want to read Paper Towns!

  7. Angie says:

    That was a funny video, I seriously wanna get my hands on that book now! >_

  8. sassymonkey says:

    Not yet. Not out in Canada until Tuesday. And I’m not supposed to buy any more books until after Christmas but I have a feeling I’ll be making an exception….

  9. Tasha says:

    It’s a completely amazing book. His best yet!! You NEED to go run and get it now!!

  10. Em says:

    Definitely a great book! I reviewed it this week. John Green is so funny and yet there’s a lot of deep thinking, too. Nice mixture. :)

  11. Dawn says:

    I love the way John Green writes!! I haven’t bought Paper Towns yet, but I REALLY want to. I own his other two novels. They’re AMAZING!

  12. It’s fabulous. Read it. Now.

  13. I have, I reviewed it earlier this month.
    I swear, it’s the best book so far this year =D

  14. Regina says:

    Oh wow now I must read that book! =D *adds to to buy list* I will definitely be looking out for the book this weekend! I am so excited haha.

  15. beth kephart says:

    Very fun to hear about this write who is so charging young readers with enthusiasm. A wonderful thing.

  16. Wow. I think my favorite person is going to have to be the second to the last guy. You know, the one who said he cried at the end of Nanny McPhee. That’s just too funny. But lots of people seem to like that book. I still really don’t know what it’s about. It just sounds to me like it’d more adult than YA fiction so I guess I better start reading the reviews everyone’s written on it.

  17. Ren says:

    I am so excited to read that! The cover thing is interesting…

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