I fell in love with Paper Towns right after I started reading it. It was easy to get into the story. I deem this was hugely because of the main characters. Margo Roth Spiegelman was an interesting character to begin with. I realise all of John Green's female characters are interesting, but there was something exceptional about Margo I didn't get from the other female characters. She was the kick-ass of all the kick-ass characters in John Green's. Quentin Jacobsen resembled me a lot so I get him like really get him. Ben and Radar cracked me up a lot of times. I lost count of how many times I snorted through my reading to their stupid, funny-as-hell banters. The dynamic among Quentin, Ben and Radar could never have been better. I like the three musketeers. They made good friends and even better characters to Paper Towns.
Story-wise, I'm beyond hooked. I didn't know what paper town was before, my ideas about it are pretty much murky still but it made such a fun story to read. It's also a story about road trips one way or another. I always love story about road trips probably because I've been to some and I know how enjoyable it can be.
The reading had been a walk in the breeze but it's not just an empty, passing-the-time read. I've learned a lot from Paper Towns about perceptions from the enigmatic Margo Roth Spiegelman.
I would recommend this to all who are up for some adventure. Hehe. Marvellous read! :D