Well John Green is an alien. Most likely from the same planet as other Thor-like God's such as J.K.Rowling, John Marsden, Sarah Dessen and Superman. This. Book. Is. Amazing.
It is the last month before Quentin graduates from high school, when old best friend, Margo Roth Spiegelman crawls into his window and drags him into the night to apply vengeance, apologies and breaking and entering (done separate, so totes not illegal apparently). Quentin (better known as Q through the book) is finally going to get his chance to win back Margo's friendship, and maybe even more, but Margo isn't at school the next day, or the day after, or the day after that. Along with his trusty buddies, Ben and Radar and new found gal-pal Lacey, Q tracks Missing Margo through clues she left and ones she didn't.
This is a real stelar of a novel and I was so anxious to see how it would end. It was deep and mystical and all things a truly spectacular read should be. I can not recommend it enough! Also, the movie is coming out next year and I have very high hopes, considering how good TFIOS adaptation was AND how good the casting for Paper Towns is. Boom, cannot, but will have to wait!
Recommended If: You like breathing
Favourite Part: And then Margo proceeded to lie. "He's actually my cousin," she said. Then she sidled up to me, out her hand aroud my waste so that I could feel each of her fingers taut against my hip bone, and she added, "And my lover."