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Turtles All the Way Down by John Green Book Review

After the Fault in Our Stars, I become an immediate fan of John Green’s work. I even enjoyed Looking for Alaska. So, when I learned about his new book Turtles All the Way Down was coming out I was stoked. And now that I have to be marked on my calendar. And now I just finished reading it and in this review, I will be talking about my thoughts on Turtles All the Way Down.

  • Title: Turtles All The Way Down
  • Author: John Green
  • Year Published: 2017
  • Page Count: 286
  • Author Site: Here
  • Goodreads: Here
  • Buy Book: Amazon



In Turtles ALl the Way Down, the book focuses on a teenage girl named Aza who goes on a mystery hunt along with her friend Dasy and try to find out what happened to the disappearance of a Billionaire. The Billionaire let say was supposed to go to trial and disappeared out of now one. But, he did leave two clues he left his sons behind to pick up the pieces. Aza and Daisy use that opportunity to dig up clues in hopes find out what happened and hope to get the reward in return.At the same time, the story also focuses on the friendship between Aza and Davis the billionaire’s son. As well, the story focuses on the struggles Aza has to go through when dealing with her mental illness.


The book was actually better than what I thought. I really enjoyed the book. Maybe not as much as The Fault in Our Stars, which by the is one of my all-favorite books but its up there. I really enjoyed that fact that the book focuses on many subplots throughout the book and how they somehow connect in a way. For one the main focuses were on the mysterious disappearance of the billionaire and trying to see how it would unfold can’t me feeling suspenseful. I like the fact that the book mostly just made us the readers ask “what happened to him?”, “Why did he leave?” and “What’s happens next?”.

Another part of the story was two main characters Aza and Davis. I like how throughout the book seeing how the relationship between them develop. I like how they are some much alike and can relate. I also like the way they communicate and how they accept each other. I think one of my favorite things about Green’s characters is how they are so real and just really smart characters in their own way. But at the same time, they have their own flaws.

Lastly, the book lets you step inside the world of Aza who throughout the book deals her own mental illness. I also like how much it makes you think and how the book shows us on how the rest of the worlds reacts to that person.

Overall, I really enjoyed reading Turtles All the Way Down and how easy, relatable it is. If you interesting in checking out this book I will have the links below and also near the picture above. And until my next post keep on reading.


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The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

Did you ever have that thing or feel like going “Wow” at the end of a book? When a book holds your attention, emotion and takes you on a journey but when it ends its like over. Well when I read my first John Green book I felt like a mixture of emotions. The book I just finished reading was The Fault in Our Stars. This is a book that I heard about many times, and there is even a movie. This book was a on my must read list and so I ventured into this love story and found myself feeling many things but felt like I got different perspective on life.

The Fault in Our Starsis about a girl named Hazel who has cancer and goes to a support group. At the support group she meets the very attractive Augustus who quickly falls for her. During the book they become friends and soon find themselves on a journey of laughs, emotions, love and friendship. During the book they also surround themselves with poetry, a video game, and a very important book by an author that Hazel writes letters to. Augustus decides to give his “Wish” to Hazel and take her to Amsterdam to meet the famous author to help answer her question revolving her favorite a book. During this journey they find themselves embarking on a big adventure.

This book is witty, goofy but also beautiful. There were parts that made me laugh, smile, but also some parts that make me think or cry. Despite the book being a love story but I felt like this was one of the most realistic down earth stories that John Green has written and I can’t wait to watch the movie. If you are interested in checking out the book click on the links below and then read it yourself. Afterwards check out the movie and let me know what you think. Until next time keep on reading.

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