Looking for Alaska
By John Green
- Release Date: 2005-03-03
- Genre: Coming of Age
Looking for Alaska John Green Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
The award-winning, genre-defining debut from John Green, the #1 bestselling author of The Anthropocene Reviewed and The Fault in Our Stars
Winner of the Michael L. Printz Award • A Los Angeles Times Book Prize Finalist • A New York Times Bestseller • A USA Today Bestseller • NPR’s Top Ten Best-Ever Teen Novels • TIME magazine’s 100 Best Young Adult Novels of All Time • A PBS Great American Read Selection • Millions of copies sold!
First drink. First prank. First friend. First love.
Miles Halter is fascinated by famous last words—and tired of his safe life at home. He leaves for boarding school to seek what the dying poet François Rabelais called the “Great Perhaps.” Much awaits Miles at Culver Creek, including Alaska Young, who will pull Miles into her labyrinth and catapult him into the Great Perhaps.
Looking for Alaska brilliantly chronicles the indelible impact one life can have on another. A modern classic, this stunning debut marked #1 bestselling author John Green’s arrival as a groundbreaking new voice in contemporary fiction.
Newly updated edition includes a brand-new Readers' Guide featuring a Q&A with author John Green
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User reviews about this book
While John Green is an honest treasure, this books feels corny. It’s over romanticization of smoking cigarettes is cringeworthy. It only takes a few pages in to realize this is every wanna-be-deep softbois favorite book.
absolutely love this book! This is my second time reading it and I’ve also watched the show they made about it on Hulu. This is a must read book.
By goid but a rip off
If this ain’t the best book I ever read. Coming up on high school so I want to know what it is like. This book taut me a few things
Amazing Coming of age story
By Bible lover ✝️
It’s a classic. It’s hilarious and emotional. It’s a story of growing up and having new happy experiences as well as grief.
By Flyy Swagg VJ
This is a great read especially if you’ve seen the show.
By make a wish😇
I read this on the recommendation of a young reader. I might be too old or cynical for it to have moved me. It just wasn’t as deep, or poignant as I thought it might be, and very anti-climatic.
Greene does a good job of moving the readers emotions in this heart-wrencher.
GOOD READ! MUST READ!
Granted I haven’t read a book in years, but this book peaked my interest so I said whatever I’ll read it. Maybe I can start reading some more, it’s good for the mind and the soul, plus it sounded good. And let me tell you, good was an understatement. This book is relatable, funny, sad, and a happy read all in one. If you have ever lost a loved one, you will feel for characters. If you ever were a little anti social in your teens, it’s like Miles is you, walking through the hell we call our high school days. As well as if you wreaked havoc as a rowdy teen, there’s a place for you in it as well. And the philosophical questions in this book... don’t even get me started. All in all, I feel different about many aspects in my life after this book. Mr. John Green, you are a genius. Enough said.
The girl get drunks and dies from drunk drive to her moms grave
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