Turtles All the Way Down
By John Green
- Release Date: 2017-10-10
- Genre: Coming of Age
Turtles All the Way Down John Green Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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I haven’t even had the chance to read this yet but I have read a review that has already made me cry. Not from sadness, but from relatable(ness). I have a box set of 4 of your books that I have always treasured. And now my favorite author has written a book that I can relate on a whole new level. So many books and shows misrepresent OCD but I hope the six years that went into writing this book gets it right.
John Green tells an amazing story that I can relate to so much. It was my first John Green book I’ve ever read and I love it! Ive decided to read his other books. The title is confusing at first when you start reading it but the book explains it later on.
By Member of the Target Audience
so profound, well spoken, and vulnerable... truly a must read
Instant lover of John Green
I have never read any of his books and my school library was giving them out so I picked it up. LIFE. CHANGING. This is a book that you read and can not think of anything else for days after. The characters are in-depth and are filled to the brim with emotions. The plot is grand. People with mental illnesses should DEFINITELY pick up this beauty as they should be able to relate to Aza. Yes, it starts off slow but trust me, stay until the end with this one. You won't be disappointed.
By The sleepy app
started reading and couldn’t put it down, i have OCD similar to the main characters and so reading this was really interesting to see others go through this .
John Green never disappoints
I took a break from reading this book and a couple hours later couldn’t figure out what tv show I had been watching earlier, it wasn’t a show, it was this book. Finished it within 24 hours and wish I could go back and reread it without knowing what happens again
I read John Green as a teen, and reread Looking For Alaska as an adult, and it still maintained its heart and heft. This book is nothing like that. It had so much potential with the exploration of anxiety and mental health, but the plot was so thin and uninteresting and the characters were obnoxious. Also, so tired of the super deep and insightful large-vocabularied parodies of actuall teens. Yawn.
Great but not appropriate
I absolutely LOVE how John green writes but he does tend to include inappropriate language and talk this book includes talk of “dick pic” and includes several f-words
I loved this book! Finished it very quick because I couldn’t stop reading. Wonderful read regarding mental health with some romance and relatable friendship situations. Highly recommend reading. John Green writes so wonderfully and it’s truly inspiring.
This is ultimately a book on mental health. A girl who is trapped inside of her mind like anxiety & mental illness does to you. Controls you, consumes you. The story line or the “mystery” of the person who goes missing isn’t really what the story is about. I appreciated the view of mental illness, but the story line overall wasn’t captivating... the ending was like, ok........