“I go to seek a Great perhaps. ” These last words of poet Francois Rabelais brings a turn in Miles’s life and he decides to leave his public school at Florida and attends Culver Creek, a private breading school in Alabama. The path chosen for greater good and opportunities leads Miles to Alaska Young, a beautiful and emotionally troubled woman. Alaska has everything that fascinates Miles and with whom he eventually falls in love. Miles life was getting interesting. He had a prankster room-mate, a woman, who fits her imaginations and two great male friends. All who contributed in making Miles more like him were unique in nature and had their own quirks.
But the circle of life is not all about happiness and Miles learns this pretty soon. After taking a deep plunge in the deep sea of happiness, again he stands amongst all the worldly troubles. Wonderful characters, dialogues and fascinating prose makes this story a must read. Learn how Miles found his way out the labyrinth of loss finding his Great, with Looking for Alaska.
About the author:
Born in August 24, 1977, John Green writes young adult fiction stories and novels. He won Printz Awards 2006 for his debut novel ‘Looking for Alaska, ‘ while “The fault in our Stars” earned recognition as The New York Time Best Sellers, 2012. Later in 2014, he was listed amongst The most Influential People in the World. With brother, Hank Green, he launched a channel naming VlogBrothers in 2007 and organized events such as VidCon and Project for Awesome.
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