Critic’s Choice Review of Looking for Alaska by John Green
Miles “Pudge” Hatler’s boring obsession with famous last words has only made him crave the ‘’Great Prehaps’’ (Francois Rablais, poet) even more. He heads off to the sometimes crazy, and anything-but-boring world of Cluver Creek Boarding School, and his life becomes the opposite of safe because down the hall is Alaska Young; the gorgeous, clever, funny, self destructive, screwed up, and utterly fascinating Alaska Young, who is an event unto herself. She pulls Pudge into her world, launches him into the Great perhaps, and steals his heart. Then after that nothing is ever the same.
The title and the author of the novel that the movie is based is Looking for Alaska by John Green. The genre of this novel is fiction. The director of this story is John Green. The rating of this book is 4.5/5. The main characters in this story are Alaska Young, Miles "Pudge" Halter, Chip "The Colonel" Martin, Lara Buterskaya, Takumi Hikohito. This story‘s about a teenage boy who is wrapped around a girl’s finger who he’d do anything for, even if it means it’s a requited love.
Once Pudge knew he was in love with Alaska he did everything and anything to impress her. Since Alaska herself smokes and drinks, Pudge started drinking and smoking which he never did after he met her. Pudge came to find out that Alaska has a boyfriend but that clearly didn’t stop her from kissing him when they were both drunken playing truth and dare. Even though Pudge never had a history with trouble making he was desperate to be popular and feel like he belonged. This made him get out of his comfort zone and do things he had never done before. Pudge was taking risks and playing pranks on the school’s principle with the Colonel, Takumi, Alaska and Lara. Since Alaska was the type that was careless and risky he thought that this would be another opportunity for him to get her attention. The Colonel was Pudge’s roommate and Takumi was Colonel’s and...
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