John Green (Born: August 24, 1977), is an American Author, Youtuber, Vlogger, and Cofounder of Vidcon, Nerdfighteria and Project for Awesome. Along with being a New York Times Bestselling Author, John Green, along with Brother Hank Green have millions of viewers on their multiple YouTube channels like Vlogbrothers: Brotherhood 2.0, Crash Course, The Art Assignment among many others.
John Green lives in Indianapolis, Indiana with wife Sarah Urist Green (Also, known as “The Yeti”), two Children, Henry and Alice, and their West Highland Terrier, Firebolt Wilson Roberts (Also known as “ Bubbles, the Nerdfighting Puppy”, “The Dread Pirate Firebolt Wilson Roberts” or “Willy”). The film rights of all the books, except Will Grayson, have been optioned to major Hollywood Studios.
Now checkout the below list of “Best John Green Books”.
When Shakespeare said “The fault dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves”, he was pointing at how people mess up their relationships because of various things they do and then go around blaming the stars.
But what if the fault indeed is in the stars? If the relationship is perfect in every way, but you still end up being separated from your loved one because of factors that are not in your control?
The Fault in our Stars is a story of one such star crossed couple. Hazel Grace Lancaster, a sixteen year old who has been fighting Stage 4 Thyroid cancer with metastasis forming in her lungs, but has managed to live with her disease owing to doses of an experimental drug called Phalanxifor. As she spends most of her time indoors reading the same book over and over again, her mother starts to think she is depressed and sends her to a support group.
Here she meets Augustus Waters, who used to have cancer and has now come to support his best friend. This is one love story that just tugs at the heart strings quite painfully.
A more detailed review can be found here: http://thereandtheir.wordpress.com/2014/06/13/the-fault-in-our-stars-book-review/
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Before joining Culver Creek Boarding School, Miles Halter or “Pudge”’s life was pretty normal. Or as normal as a fanboy’s life can get. He loved books and obsessed over famous last words.
His life changes the moment he sets his eyes on Alaska Young, a clever, funny, sexy, beautiful but also utterly screwed, self destructive girl. They are totally different, and this difference is evident in the line mentioned in the book: “If people were rain, I was a drizzle and she was a hurricane.”
Alaska pulls Pudge into his world and satisfies his deep seated longing to achieve his “Great Perhaps” and he inadvertently falls in love with her. Thus, changing his life for ever.
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Colin has very singular tastes when it comes to dating girls. He is only attracted towards girls’ names Katherine. Also, he almost always got dumped by the girls. In all he has dated nineteen Katherines and got dumped nineteen times.
After getting dumped for the nineteenth time, and having his heart broken, Colin decides to go on a road trip. With ten thousand dollars and his best friend, he sets off the cleanse himself and prove his theorem of Underlying Katherine Predictability, which will help him predict the future of all relationships, avenge all those who have even been dumped and finally find the girl of his dreams.
This second novel by John Green won Michael L. Printz Honor Book Award in the year 2007 and was a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize.
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4. Paper Towns
Quentin Jacobsen has been in love with his neighbour Margo Roth Spiegelman since he could remember. They used to play together as children, but drifted apart as the fun loving, adventurous Margo became the most popular girl in school, while only his friends and bullies knew Quentin existed.
No longer on talking terms, Quentin gets the shock of a lifetime when he finds Margo on his windowsill asking him to come along for a ingenious campaign of adventure and revenge. Unable to say no, Quinten and Margo move along in the dead of night setting all wrongs right.
But the next day, Margo disappears, leaving no trace behind. Join Q in his quest to find Margo and discover if she is really the Margo of his imagination or more than that.
Paper Towns is a New York Times Bestseller and is a winner of Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best YA Mystery.
To read a detailed review of this book, click here: http://thereandtheir.wordpress.com/2014/07/12/paper-towns-book-review/
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Their meeting changes both their worlds, and both find themselves exploring new and unexpected areas of their lives. The meeting, friendship and the romantic endeavours of both these boys are fun to read.
This is a collaborative novel where two fabulous authors, John Green and David Levithan come together to weave this deeply insightful, yet humorous book.
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6. Let it Snow
Christmas is a season for Santa Claus, gifts, lights and miracles, and when top three young adult authors come together to weave a romantic tale, there is no way this book could be anything less than a bestseller.
Life is unpredictable, after all, who thought that being stranded in the middle of nowhere due to a snow storm could lead to a romantic kiss from a stranger? Or a trip to the Waffle house, hiking through four feet snow could lead to a love affair with an old friend?
Or better still, you could find love on that painfully early morning Starbucks shift?
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