Paper Towns Book Report

Topics: Love, John Green, Paper Towns Pages: 4 (1588 words) Published: June 22, 2014
Paper Towns by John Green

Ever since Quentin Jacobs has known his adventurous and childhood friend, Margo Roth Spiegelman, he has been madly in love with her. After splitting apart during high school, Q finds her cracking open his window one night seeking for his assistance for an ingenious campaign of revenge on a couple of people who haven’t been on her good side lately. Of course Quentin follows thinking that this could possibly be the day that they reunite but surely enough he was incorrect. Margo leads Quentin into doing eleven far-fetched things he, on no occasion, would have attempted. Breaking into SeaWorld, shaving one of his enemies’ eyebrows off and getting payback in ruthless ways on people who deserved it. Since it was all with Margo, in Quentin’s eyes it was a close to perfect night. Alas the best night of his life does come to in end. A new day dawns and Quentin discovers Margo, always an enigma, has become a mystery. Luckily, he soon stumbles upon clues left for him by Margo. When Quentin goes down a disconnected path along with his three friends, the closer he gets to solving her puzzle the more he realizes Margo Spiegelman is not quiet the girl Quentin thought he knew.

High school senior Quentin Jacobsen (known to his friends as "Q") has been in love with the mysterious, beautiful, and adventuresome Margo Roth Spiegelman for as long as he can remember. So when one night she appears at his window to ask for his help in playing revenge pranks, he can't refuse. The two travel to Margo's ex-best friend's house, where Margo's boyfriend is cheating on her, along with her boyfriend's house, the house of an old bully, and Sea World, where Margo and Q dance together to an old song playing on the loudspeaker. At the end of the night, Margo leaves Q with a hug and says "I will miss hanging out with you". The next day at school, Q is hardly surprised that Margo isn't there. But when no one sees her for days, Q and his friends Radar and Ben begin...
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