Over the past week, I read a couple of books (Paper Towns by John Green, and What Happened to Goodbye by Sarah Dessen). Since I finished Paper Towns most recently (yesterday), I'm going to talk about it today. (Plus, John Green is just awesome.)
Paper Towns is the second book by John Green that I've read. (a couple of years ago, a friend recommended that I read Looking for Alaska) And just like the first one, it was amazing. The book starts with the narrator, "Q"'s next-door neighbor and crush, Margo, knocking on his window dressed as a ninja. Over the course of that night, the two of them go on a number of "adventures" together.
The next day, Margo disappears, and for the rest of their senior year of high-school, Q, his two friends, and a friend of Margo's spend most of their free time searching for her.
The book is hysterical throughout, despite some of the more serious parts in it, a gift that John Green seems to have within his writing.