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Paper Towns
by John Green
Realistic Fiction

Review #1
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
Paper Towns by John Green is a book about a boy named Quentin Jacobsen and his best friends, Ben Starling, Radar, and Lacey, as they search for missing Margo Roth Spiegelman, who Q both lives next to and loves. After sneaking into his house, Margo and Q go out for a night of pranking her friends and ex-boyfriend, ending with breaking into Sea World and almost getting caught. But the next day, she drops off the face of the earth, leaving clues to the only person she can trust – Q. I thought this was an amazing book that I couldn’t set down, and definitely felt it was worth reading. 

Review #2
* * * * Stars (Great!)
In this book, Quentin and his two friends are focusing on the disappearance of their classmate Margo. Quentin lived next door to her and has a crush on her. When they were both ten, they went to the park and saw a local man who committed suicide. Quentin was traumatized, but Margo was fascinated. She tried to find out why he did it. She got information from both the police and neighbors. Yet, where did she go?  I liked this story because it was adventurous. 

Review #3
* * * * * Stars (Amazing!)
Paper Towns is a book that makes you go on an emotional roller coaster. Margo is one of the main characters in the book and she has a close relationship with Quentin, another main character. One night, Margo climbs into Quentin’s bedroom window. They have a crazy night of fun and revenge. In the middle of the night Margo starts talking about paper towns with paper people and how they’re in a paper town. After that night Margo disappears. While Quentin tries to find her he discovers who she really is. 

Review #4
* * * * Stars (Great!)
Margo is gone. After she falls in love with a great guy, she disappears. I loved this book because it shows great emotion.