I bought it three days ago and I've just finished reading it.
And my reaction is: IT IS AWESOME!!! I can't get over it.
It was all started from TFIOS - The Fault in Our Stars - which is one of John-Green's-most-perfectly-addicting-and-super-interesting books.
Actually, I haven't completely read TFIOS but his quotes I found on the internet are enough to make me fall in love.
So, three days ago I went to the bookstore and I saw some blue-covered books on the shelf, I approached it and it was TFIOS. Not only TFIOS were there but there were also Paper Towns and An Abundance of Katherines.
I was going to buy TFIOS at first but I don't know why I was attracted with the Paper Towns. So, I spend minutes thinking of which one I should buy and honestly for me - i don't know how it was for other people - but for me, those books were quite expensive here in my country. I understand since they are imported books. In the end, I decided to buy Paper Towns.
As I was reading it, I can't stop. I'm so addicted to it and wanting to know more and more of the story.
From Quentin Jacobsen and his best friends, Ben Starling and Radar.
Margo Roth Spiegelman.
The discovery of the dead body when Quentin and Margo were children.
The adventure they had before the day Margo disappeared.
Breaking into the SeaWorld.
The days when Margo disappeared and how Q was so worried about her that he spent his days looking and keep looking for clues with the help from Ben and Radar, although he had exams.
How happy Q was when he found out Margo was still alive.
How he sacrificed to miss his graduation just to drive to Agloe for hours just to find Margo, although he wasn't completely sure that she was there.
When Ben, Radar, and Lacey decided to join Q to go to Agloe which means that they had to miss the graduation too.
When Q almost gave up and Ben saved them from the cow.
And when they met, Quentin and Margo, and all the stories she had since she was little, how she and Q burried the notebook of the stories she made.
I'm too excited that I forget what I wanted to say here.
I recommend you this book.
And I'm going to buy some John Green books later.
"The town was made of paper but the memories were not."