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  • ,,,,

    The Great Perhaps,,, its not a search or adventure,not a chance or luck, but a state of mind and self; the great perhaps isn't a moment or a memory. The great perhaps is when your life is just the way it feels like it was meant to be, it is that time in your life where you look back and see all the decisions you made and how they impacted your life and you wonder what your life could have been life (the perhaps) but you realize you dont care what it could have been like because you love your perfectly imperfect life! it isnt something you seek. The Great Perhaps is contemptuousness. The Great Perhaps is a state of mind and self where you no longer wonder or dwell on the Perhapes, and you would rather be how you are now than question the Perhaps.

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  • Amazing!!!

    It got me wondering. How will I get out of my own labyrinth? And how have I been dealing? Have I been avoidng her, my labyrinth of suffering, holing myself away to try to pretend that I beat the labyrinth? And who am I? Am I Pudge/Miles or am I Alaska? Do I deal with heartbreak like Pudge, can I move on, or do I get angry about it like Lara? I would love to be Alaska. Her crazy insane unstoppable hurricane personality amazes and intrigues me. I have to admit, Pudge wasnt the only one jealous of Jake. I fell in love with Alaska just as much as Pudge did. But I am also very subject to peer pressure, like Pudge, finding it hard to make my own decisions without others' opinions/input. And I dealed like Pudge with heartbreak. I hid myself away, buried myself in the sadness. Personalitywise I am crazy and insane like Alaska, hot and cold like Alaska, but dealing with the fact the girl I love doesnt love me back like Pudge. This is an amazing book and I would recommend it to anyone who doest mind swearing and unerotic sexual scenes. One of my favourite John Green books, up high with The Fault In Our Stars and Paper Towns

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  • Amazing!!!!

    Thank you John Green for such an inspiring book that I will treasure and remember forever. Must read!!!!

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  • Brilliant teen school YA fiction

    My gosh, John Green has the ability to make you feel so emotionally, powerfully connection with these characters, all with their own quirks, hopes and personalities. I was very much impressed with this book even though it has been a long time since I read any YA fiction. Also I'm a nerdfighter. DFTBA

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  • Look for Alaska

    I absolutely lived this book!! It's was so exciting and thrilling to see someone so boring become so fascinated by someone so confusing!!! This was probably one of John Green's best acomplishments, including the The Fault in our Stars and An Abundance of Katherines

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