Best John Green Books

The Top Ten
1 Looking for Alaska

I personally enjoyed this book because I can relate in some ways. I drink and smoke and am only fifteen, and I was devastated when Alaska died. I thought Alaska and Pudge would start dating.

For about a month, I thought of asking John Green to rewrite the book, but I realized this book couldn't be the way it is unless it stayed true to itself.

This is one of my favorite books. I've read it five times and am reading it a sixth time. I recommend anyone who is willing to read a fantastic book to read it.

2 The Fault In Our Stars

PURE AMAZING, this book is just beautifully written. All his books are good, and this one is my favorite. However, the problem is that his stories don't have a heavy storyline. For example, how can Hazel, with lung cancer, go to some random boy's home without knowing him?

Even though I have endless criticism for him, he is the most amazing author, and this is the perfect job for him. The books might not have much of a story, but there is some magic that makes you love his books.

I think he should be a director because, unlike a scriptwriter, he can't come up with an amazing story. However, he can format it in such a beautiful way that even if his books don't make much sense, they are just beautiful.

Sorry if this review annoyed you, but this is an honest review from one of his biggest fans who appreciates his work and gives honest reviews. Please read this. It's for your benefit to know what all John Green books are all about!

3 Paper Towns

I fell in love with Margo as soon as I heard about her. There are characters you can relate to.

Paper Towns can make you laugh, cry, and everything in between. It is by far my favorite John Green book.

AMAZING BOOK. Anyone who hasn't read it should definitely give it a try. It will change the way you think about people around you and have a great impact on your life.

People who don't like reading will fall in love with books!

Paper Towns is definitely influential to those who read it. Q and Margo express words that will make you think deeply about life and everything.

Definitely worth reading.

4 Will Grayson, Will Grayson

I loved how I could relate to the depression of Will Grayson and the circumstances of the other Will. It captures 21st-century ordinary life perfectly, describing the chronicles of different teenagers throughout the story.

It's a must-read when you don't want to read conventional or unconventional love stories but want a book that might make you feel better.

5 An Abundance of Katherines

It may be because it was the first John Green book I read, but it's definitely my favorite.

It is an adventure like Paper Towns, you will fall in love with the characters like in Looking for Alaska, it has an unexpected ending like in The Fault in Our Stars, and it is a very funny book like Will Grayson, Will Grayson.

Right after An Abundance of Katherines, my second favorite is Will Grayson, Will Grayson.

An all-around amazing book. I love all John Green books, but this one stood out.

It shows a very interesting, complex way of thinking that may be difficult for some to understand. However, I found it intriguing. Not to mention how funny Hassan was.

6 Turtles All the Way Down

It's the second book I read by John Green, and it was amazing. I know it leaves you hanging at the end, but I could relate to the book so much. Like Aza, I'm stuck in my head most of the time - not necessarily thinking about the microbiome in me, but events from the past and what I should have or could have done.

I love how real it is and how it made me realize that no one is perfect. It's not necessary to love everything about your best friend. You might not like her that much, but if she supports you in your time of need, she is your supporter.

I suggest reading this book to understand how it feels to be stuck in your head, fighting the voices that degrade you. There are cool quotes too. Love this book!

7 Let It Snow: Three Holiday Romances
8 Zombicorns
9 The War for Banks Island
10 This Star Won't Go Out: The Life and Words of Esther Grace Earl
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