I know this book has some bad reviews, but I honestly enjoyed it. The beginning is frightening and filled with questions. As you progress through the book, the answers are far simpler than most people think and were anticipating. Which I like. I can go read any book with strange questions and only minimally understand the answers because of how complicated they are. Sometimes simple things are better. While the while whole story isn’t as chilling as I would have imagined, I found it well worth the read. The ending leaves a lot up to the reader which I also enjoyed. The pictures that lay scattered throughout Rigg’s words give the book it’s character, and aid the story along. I enjoyed this book because if its simplicity and I personally think more people should enjoy it for what it is and not what they think it should have been.
Oh my, John Green. This is the story not of Margo, but of Q . They are neighbors and one night she climbs to his window and asks for a favor. They drive around all night doing crazy schanigans that teenagers do and the next morning Margo disappears. This book is broken up into three separate parts. The first part is mostly their night together, which was very entertaining. The second part of the story however was a little slow, until the very end of course. For about 120 pages Q is obsessing over finding this girl, who has been known to run away. The thought running through my head was why would he care? They may be neighbors and he may have a crush on her but they weren’t friends, so why does this matter so much. Then comes their prom night and well that part is pretty funny, and then comes part three. My goodness, I laughed so hard through out the end of this book. It was clever and heartfelt, and wonderfully epic. It is a story that everyone should read because it makes the reader stop and think about how they view other people and the world. Are we looking at windows or doors? While I feel the story lagged a little in the middle, I still hade to give this story 5 stars, because it is that wonderful and the ending makes up for it.