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Looking For Alaska
Transcript of Looking For Alaska
Looking For Alaska
Written by John Green
Alaska Young is adventurous, wild, and unpredictable. Loves pranking the wealthy, and collecting books from yard sale. Close friends with the Chip "Colonel" Martin and Miles "Pudge" Halter
Chip "Colonel" Martin
Miles "Pudge" 's roommate. Known as a strong-willed genius and experiences the wild side while pranking the wealthy with his best friend, Alaska Young.
Takumi is known for his talented rapping skills, and being a shy individual. In the book, he helps Miles understand more of Alaska, even when it is difficult to read himself. He partakes in most of is friend's pranks, even though until near the end of the book, he is singled out by his group of friends.
Miles "Pudge" Halter
Miles Halter is tired of his friendless life where everything seems to be predictable. After meeting his three new friends t his new boarding school, Culver Creek, Chip Martin ( Colonel), Alaska Young, and Takumi, he is nicknamed Pudge, due to his lankiness. Over time, Miles begins to fall for Alaska, who is a traumatized and troubled young women after finding her mother dead when she was 8 years old. Later, Alaska is found dead in a car crash, and its a mystery to everyone if it was an accident or on purpose, and Miles finds himself right for the job..
Young boy who prefers not to socialize. Loves last words. Vulnerable, and he is smart in his words but does not excel with his actions.
IRB Project By: Kaleigh Addison
John Green, famously known for writing The Fault In Our Stars, began his magjc with Looking For Alaska which was published in March 2005. It won the 2006 Michael L. Printz Award. In 2012, Looking For Alaska broke into the New York Times best seller list at number 10 in children's paperback.