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Looking for Alaska PDF/EPUB ô Looking for  MOBI Before Miles Pudge Halter is done with his safe life at home His whole life has been one big non event, and his obsession with famous last words has only made him crave the Great Perhaps even Francois Rabelais, poet He heads off to the sometimes crazy and anything but boring world of Culver Creek Boarding School, and his life becomes the opposite of safe Because down the hall is Alaska Young The gorgeous, clever, funny, sexy, self destructive, screwed up, and utterly fascinating Alaska Young She is an event unto herself She pulls Pudge into her world, launches him into the Great Perhaps, and steals his heart Then After Nothing is ever the same


10 thoughts on “Looking for Alaska

  1. Cristina Cristina says:

    WROTE THIS IN 2010 Now I am TEN YEARS OLDER I didn t like this book This is not what I expected to be I hoped to find a book in the style of Stargirl or something novel and what did I find A bunch of teens who try to ease their anxieties in their not so original vices and a sudden drama which leads to nonsense talking All hiding, of course, in a couple of beautiful quotes that wrap all the inspiring sites on the internet, the reason I got to the book and I bet that yo


  2. Patrick Patrick says:

    My assistant Amanda has been a John Green fan for ages, which is one of the reasons I decided to start giving his stuff a read I decided to start here because it was one of his first books After I finished this book, I went to her and asked, Are all of John Green s books going to leave me feeling like I ve had a hole kicked straight through my guts Not all of them, she said But yeah Some I thought about this for a while, then asked her In Name of the Wind, when X happens, di


  3. karen karen says:

    some people are careless, and in an adrenaline fueled all caps teen reviewing frenzy, will inadvertently give a major spoiler for this book.avoid these people, even though ordinarily, they are pretty cool.this is a really well written teen fiction book i mean, it won the printz award, i m not discovering america here i think i wanted to emphasize that it definitely reads like a book intended for a teen audience and i think that me as a teen would have numbered this among my very fa


  4. Shelby *trains flying monkeys* Shelby *trains flying monkeys* says:

    That s me, realizing I was about to give a big one star to a super popular book on Goodreads It didn t stop me This book was beyond stupid.Miles is a little nerd boy from Florida, he is going away to boarding school hoping for a new life or maybe his Great Perhaps The Great Perhaps comes from a minute reference to some poet Thrown in to this book to make it all edgy and shit Fail Once he gets there his roommate the requisite character that is so poor but super smart befriends hi That s me


  5. Sarah ❤ Sarah ❤ says:

    I m going to explain my emotions about this book in a billion of gifs because I love this book too much to put into words


  6. Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker Queen of the Undead Michelle, the Bookshelf Stalker Queen of the Undead says:

    Update 4 12 14This review rant receivescomments than any other book review I have I decided to reply to a few of the comments in my review because the people that don t like my review rant don t like it for pretty much the same reasons First, please note there are spoilers However, the spoilers aren t really spoilers since it doesn t affect your enjoyment or lack of enjoyment if you know the big secret Nevertheless, a helpful few have pointed out that I have spoilers and I didn t mark Update 4 12 14Thi


  7. Todd Todd says:

    Wow I must ve skipped a bunch of pages or read the Hebrew translation or was having root canal or something because that was one terrible book All those awards WHAT Such a clumsy story every move of the author was heavy handed and so transparent I felt like I was a fly on John Green s ceiling watching him go Oh that s good oh that s just precious and fall asleep in his soup again Miles I mean Pudge, as he is deemed within minutes of his arrival at his School of Great Perhaps may b Wow I must ve skipped a bunc


  8. Kai Kai says:

    We need never be hopeless because we can never be irreperably broken Again, I know, I m late This book is incredibly popular, and it s been waiting patiently in my bookshelf for at least two years now I ve read Paper Towns which was boring af and The Fault In Our Stars which is one of my favourite books Looking for Alaska was something in between.Characters Miles, the main character, is as interesting and charming as toast So are his parents, but their lack of character depth is even wWe need never be hopeless becau


  9. Maria Maria says:

    yup this is not the right book to read for the first time at 23 years old in 2020 yup


  10. Megs ♥ Megs ♥ says:

    This was the first book I ever read by John Green It was given to me in 2007 when I had no idea who John Green was I wish this book had been around when I was a teen I really enjoyed the story, but I think I would have liked it evenif I wasn t already past that point in my life Even still, I loved this book.Miles is in search for the great perhaps, and has a fascination with famous last words He meets Alaska Young who is basically the girl of his dreams Their journey together at boar This was the first book I ever read by John Gr


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