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  • Worth the read

    This book will likely appeal to fans of John Green. In fact, there were parts of this story that almost screamed Looking for Alaska or Paper Towns. And while it was good, I cant really figure out what it was trying to say: the actual point of the story was and is lost on me. While I understand that not every book needs to have any kind of underlying Message About Life, I still finished this novel feeling very underwhelmed.

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    13 person found this review helpful

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  • Expected something much bigger

    The book was very well written, I mostly enjoyed following the different well-developed, likeable characters. The only thing that kept me turning the page was the anticipation of a bigger/better story line. After finishing, I realize the story was kind of dull, and the ending was a huge let down

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  • Ultimately disappointing

    For the most part, the characters were typical and one-dimensional. Ezra and Toby had some interesting character development but everyone else was rather bland. The book really brought me back to high school which, for a teen, might mean it really speaks to them. As an adult, I'd rather not have been reminded of how depressing and hormone-driven those years were. I feel the end came about too suddenly too. The story literally covered 2.5 months of time and then in one paragraph mentioned the spring semester of high school in passing before jumping to the present day, where the main character was vaguely pondering relationships and his own growth and development. It felt like such a lazy ending compared to how drawn out the rest of the book was. The suddenness of the ending also made me as the reader feel unresolved about the characters' outcomes, in spite of the finality with which the main character spoke. To sum the book up, I'd say it was compelling but ultimately disappointing. I wish I'd known beforehand how abruptly and depressingly it would end. I would have saved myself some time by not reading it.

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    5 person found this review helpful

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  • Really Great Book

    Such an incredible book! I would recommend it to everybody. A must read!

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    2 person found this review helpful

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  • Entertaining indeed.

    Buzzfeed recommended it and gave it quite a good rating. Started reading and fell in love almost instantly. I'm almost done and I pretty much don't want it to end. Highly recommended if you want a read that is light and also entertaining. :)

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