Paper Towns

By: John Green


The theme for the book Paper Towns is either friendship or exploration. Friendship is one of the many themes in this book but it is one of the most important, in the book Quentin has only two friends, Ben and Radar, while Margo seems to be friends with everyone. In the end though Margo and Quentin become great friends again. The theme can also be exploration because Quentin and Margo go in a great journey and discover many new things for example Quentin learns what it's like to be brave, and Margo learned that she needed to be herself more often on the journey.

John Green

John Michael Green is an American author of young adult fiction, YouTube video blogger and educator. John Green has won many awards for his books but for Paper Towns he won the Edgar Award for Best Young Adult.
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The genre to Paper Towns is Adventure and mystery.


Paper towns takes place in a fictional subdivision called Jeffersons Park in Orlando Florida.


The protagonist in paper towns would be Quentin Jacobson, or also known as Q. He is the protagonist because he is one of the main characters and he is also the narrator of the book.
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The antagonist in the book would be Margo even though she isn't necessarily a "villain". She is the antagonist because she is one of the main characters and because Margo is in the center of the conflict in the story.
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I would rate this a 5 star rating because the book was very interesting and I never wanted to stop reading it! It was probably one of the best books I've ever read.
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1. “Margo always loved mysteries. And in everything that came afterward, I could never stop thinking that maybe she loved mysteries so much that she became one.” -John Green, Paper Towns

2. “The town was paper, but the memories were not.” -John Green, Paper Towns

3. “Here's what's not beautiful about it: from here, you can't see the rust or the cracked paint or whatever, but you can tell what the place really is. You can see how fake it all is. It's not even hard enough to be made out of plastic. It's a paper town. I mean, look at it, Q: look at all those culs-de-sac, those streets that turn in on themselves, all the houses that were built to fall apart. All those paper people living in their paper houses, burning the future to stay warm." -John Green, Paper Towns

Movie Comparison

I think that the book was better than the movie because it was more self-explanatory than the movie. It went more in depth and was more interesting.

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