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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!

    John geeen once again has wrote a brilliant book! It is a must read and it has a really good twist, something you wouldnt expect :)
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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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    Yet another great piece by mr. Green

    SLIGHT SPOILERS AHEAD I absolutely enjoyed the story. John Green has the talent to write like a teenager, act like a teenager in his books and even has the capacity of thinking as a teenager. With this book he looked into the raw emotion that was the sadness of losing someone, putting the emotions into words and actions as the main character, Miles Halter, tries to justify her death, he who tries to find a reason to why she died, tries to find out how she died and then tries to find a way to deal with it and move on without even losing her in his memory, a girl he barely knew. I loved the famous last words during the story and it got me very interested in actually learning some of these famous last words too, I am actually buying the book John Green recommended, "famous last words" by Laura Ward. This book was like the other books of this author, I read before this one, fantastic. It is easy to read and very enjoyable. The part in between the day Alaska died and the final prank where they didn't really do anything was a little boring in my opinion but that soon changed! So I can't say there was really anything in the book I didn't like PLEASE READ IT! John Green is a genius.
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