After reading two books that I didn’t like (which rarely, rarely happens. I like almost everything), and failing miserably at reading American Gods, I decided to face the facts. While I love every genre, there is nothing better than a good YA novel. Who cares that I am not the target audience. I love coming of age stories, I love angsty teenagers, I love first love. And I needed all of those things to get me out of my book rut.
Paper Towns is everything that a John Green novel should be. Will I ever read something by this man that I won’t adore. Probably not. Paper Towns is not the tragic beauty of A Fault in our Stars, or the heart wrench of Looking for Alaska, but never fear…It still hits you right in the feels.
A Little Something Different, I read in like 6 hours. It was just what I needed. It’s love story told by everyone but the couple themselves. They’re friends see them falling in love. their English teacher, the waitress, the bus driver, all see how perfect Lea and Gabe are for each other. If they could only get over their aloofness and shyness, something might just happen.I bought this book on a desperate whim, and I am so very glad I did.