I have not.
I thought it was very sad and well-done, but I thought Looking For Alaska was exponentially more depressing. In fact, that was the only book I can recall, off-hand, of crying terribly over. I think what it came down to was that we all know how our beloved John Green works and that there will be pain and I suppose I was more mentally prepared for The Fault because of its premise alone.
Thanks again. If you have some time, leave reviews on Amazon, it really helps. Battle Royale was also fantastic, both the movie and the book. I haven’t been reading as much as I would have liked, but I just finished the Fault In Our Stars, and am halfway through the second Hitchhiker’s Guide and the Fountainhead.
Because we’ve become addicted to the constant stream of new content (although a large portion of it is bullshit) and the off-chance that we have notifications directed especially to us.
I read books relatively slowly, so a top ten list is sort of a daunting list to create without it just being ad-lib, so here’s my top six from GoodReads, ha.
Not many. Actually, almost none at all. I helped review and submit to a creative magazine in my senior year. Nothing else really appealed to me. Although I did run three days of varsity track.
Thank you. We’d have to find a good location.