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Paper Towns

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Jessica Taylor

on 19 May 2014

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Transcript of Paper Towns

Paper Towns
Jessica Taylor
John Green.

Orlando, Florida.
8328 Bartlesville Ave.
Agloe, New York.
Major Characters
Quentin (Q) Jacobsen
Ben Starling
Radar
Margo Roth Spiegelman
Lacey
Minor Charecters
Q's parents
Becca Arrington
Jase Worthington
Margo's parents
Chuck Parson
Theme of The Book
The theme of
Paper Towns
is that understanding a person's reason and concepts is more important than understanding a person for what you believe them to be.
Settings
Problem/Conflict
One a night a few weeks before graduation, Margo knocks on Q's window and asks if he can help her with an eleven step revenge plan. Q agrees to help.
The next day, Margo doesn't show up to school. Margo ends up not coming back to school at all, and she's no where to be found.
Important Events.
The eleven step revenge.
Margo not going to school.
Q, Ben, Lacey and Radar driving to Agloe, New York, where they think Margo is.
Finding Margo.
Solution/Resolution
With the eleven step revenge, Q helps Margo.
When Margo runs away, Q finds out where she has gone by using clues Margo has left.
Book Review
I give this book a ten out of ten. I recommend reading it, it's a book for boys and girls.
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