Paper Towns

By: Allison Everhart & Sadie Carpenter

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Summary of Paper Towns

Quentin Jacobsen had a next door neighbor named Margo Roth Spiegelman. One night Margo climbed into Quentin's room and woke him up to go on her big revenge plan. Her plan consisted of 11 parts. The day after Margo and Quentin had completed their revenge plan. Margo runs away. Throughout the whole book Quentin and his friends, Ben, Radar, and Lacey, search for clues to find Margo. Quentin and his friends ditch graduation to go to New York to find Margo. They end up finding Margo but she doesn't go back with them to Florida.
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Our Opinion

Overall, we thought Paper Towns was a great book. Our favorite part of the book was when the four friends ditched graduation to find Margo. It shows how if you really like someone how you would do anything for them. We recommend this book to read.
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Characters

POV

Paper towns was written in 1st person. We know that because on page 25, it says "I swiveled around when I heard the window open." Another spot where you can tell it is 1st person is on page 158. It says, "The next morning at school, I found Ben standing beside the band door talking to Lacey, Radar, and Angela in the shade of a tree with low-hanging branches." Also, the entire book is written in Quentin's point of view. Throughout the whole book it uses I, my, mine, she, he, we, and us.

Literary Devices

Metaphor, Page 172: when Quentin is readying a poem, it says "I guess it must be the flag of my disposition, out of hopeful green stuff woven."

Hyperbole,Page 255: when Lace is freaking out about the food they have, "You're going to make me fat."

Simile, Page 271: "and then Ben managed to spin the car in just the right way, like some kind of brilliant vehicular ballerina."