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Who is the real Margo?Quentin Jacobsen has spent a lifetime loving the magnificently adventurous Margo Roth Spiegelman from afar So when she cracks open a window and climbs into his life—dressed like a ninja and summoning him for an ingenious campaign of revenge—he follows After their all nighter ends and a new day breaks Q arrives at school to discover that Margo always an enigma has now become a mystery But Q soon learns that there are clues—and they're for him Urged down a disconnected path the closer he gets the less Q sees the girl he thought he knew


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    I need to start off with my criticism of John Green1 Margo and Quentin are exactly the same people as Colin and Katherine and Miles and Alaska QuentinColinMiles is this very thoughtful somewhat nerdy young man who is on the cusp of fucking reaching out and grabbing life by the balls however he can He is also enad with MargoAlaskaKatherine a girl who is unattainable She is unpredictable and full of a shimmering charm she fades oasis style the closer and closer you try to get In addition she feels too much and is never really seen for who she is but rather for who everyone wants her to be Having said this I am in love with QuentinColinMiles and MargoAlaskaKatherine is the girl I want to meetaspire to someday be so I can't be too critical Green knows these people and has lit them from inside with realism and dimension 2 There were moments albeit far fewer than in his previous books where I felt likeokay this is maybe a teensy bit contrived A little bit too perfectly quirky I cannot totally relate or believe in a guy who has invented a mathematical formula calculating the probability that the next Katherine he dates will dump him I think it's a creative premise that makes me want to read the book and is extremely well executed but if I don't believe in someone I'm not going to fully feel for them or understand them This prevents me from enjoying the book as much as I do Margaret Atwood etc Maybe this doesn't bother anyone else but it bothers me and I just can't put the guy up on a pedestal However however I fucking loved this book And I'm not going to summarize it It was practically perfect and ridiculously engrossing and extremely fascinating so much so that my adverb use has increased exponentially If I even tried to give a synopsis it would trivialize it too much Green uses Leaves of Grass in a way that made me want to re read it after having suffered through it in high school and potentially graffiti it all over the United States because we have it so wrong here I love Green's use of periods Part of why I loved it is for selfish reasons Margo's struggles are my own and her hates are my hates In Quentin deciphering Margo it helped me realize a lot of things about myself this is something that would be valuable to anyone who needs to become the wounded man