Literature

Book Review: Turtles All The Way Down

This is the third John Green book I have read; this list also includes An Abundance of Katherines and The Fault in Our Stars. Full disclosure, I would say this is my second favorite book. TFIOS is just freakishly amazing and I don’t think anything can compare. This book is amazing nonetheless and for sure a must read. 

The main character, Aza, and her best friends are so relatable. Believe me, relatable characters are something that’s tough to do. At no point in the book do you feel like you aren’t immersed in the story; John Green does a great job at making you feel like the story is happening around you instead of just words on paper. Aza does her best to just be a normal teenaged girl, but she isn’t. 

Don’t get me started on the ending!!! Don’t worry, I’m not spoiling anything. Green ties up everything, in my opinion, in the best possible way. This, definitely, is not your typical cliffhanger ending, but it still leaves you wanting more.

Overall, Green made yet another amazing addition to YA fiction. Feel free to click on his name above to read more about his other books, or click on the Amazon link if you’d like to buy the book.

As always, I hope you have a productive day!

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