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Paper Towns has , ratings and 45, reviews. Jamie said: I need to start off with my criticism of John Green:1) Margo and Quentin are exactly the /5.

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John Green, Paper Towns Paper Towns is a fantastic, interesting and unique novel that I thoroughly enjoyed. I was very eager to read this following how much I loved An Abundance of Katherines, and.

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Verdict: Paper Towns has a quiet, thoughtful story and is ultimately a book with heart, and soul. John Green is easily my new author crush. John Green is easily my new author crush. Rating: 8 – Excellent leaning towards a 9. out of 5 stars Paper Towns Review - By Bridget Donnelly I love Paper Towns by John Green, cause it show a story about a young high school boy and his crush margo. Read more/5(K).

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Sep 17,  · Read Common Sense Media's Paper Towns review, age rating, and parents guide. Edgy, compelling teen angst mystery. Read Common Sense Media's Paper Towns review, age rating, and parents guide. Jump to navigation. For Parents; For Educators John Green's characters often go on road trips. What other road trip books or movies can you think of 4/4. Whether or not he finds Margo and her paper towns, Quentin discovers love and finds that it can be just as elusive and multifaceted and imperfect as Margo. With author John Green at the controls, the ride is always memorable.