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    I laughed. I cried. I loved it.

    The story is good... but the story is just the bones of the beast. The flesh and blood is John Green's amazing ability to make you realise that people - even the hero of stories - are both flawed and unbelievably wonderful.
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    Very good representation of anxiety/OCD

    4/5 stars. /SPOILER-FREE REVIEW/ TRIGGER WARNINGS: OCD, ANXIETY What I thought about it, roughly: Emotional good read with a very good insight on anxiety/OCD. What I thought about it, in details: Characters: I liked the characters, especially the main character, I thought her anxiety and OCD were really well described and explained and I could see myself in some of the symptoms and reactions she had even though I don't have any mental illnesses -to my knowledge. I liked her best friend, it was a nice little relationship there. I liked the romance in the book as it's not too much or too cliché, I just thought that the fact that the guy is rich was a bit too much to my taste, but otherwise, the characters were good! Plot: Good plot, it kept me hooked throughout the whole book even though the plot is mostly on the main character's emotions and how she deals with everything that happens in her mind and everything else was kind of a back story. Writing: I've never been a huge John Green fan and never really understood the hype, I don't believe his writing is exceptional. For me, it's really a basic and simple writing.
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    It's not the best JG novel.

    I have loved the writing of John Green previously. It brings my joy, but this one fell really flat for me. I didn't like the characters at all, which made it hard to read or care what happened to them. 😔
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    Wow...

    There just aren’t any words that come close to properly describing how deeply this book touched me, but I figured I’d give it a go... I began reading this book with some kind of preconceived notion of what I would be getting into, but that was totally shattered once I realized the depths of pain which lie concealed beneath this seemingly innocent tale. It just stings of reality, and all contained entailed therein. This book inspired me to reassess the battle with my own demons.
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    Turtles all the way down

    This book was amaxing. The way John descrubed her ad her thoughts was incredible. Would reccommend for other 13 year olds.
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