Telescoping in: Turtles All The Way Down by John Green

Beautiful review. This puts the book on my (long) reading list.



The Fault in Our Stars, Will Grayson, Will Grayson, Paper Towns, and Looking for Alaska are radiant novels by John Green. His newest YA, Turtles All The Way Down, is like a vibrantly colored Hubble photograph of a misty galaxy spiraling above us, complete with the black hole every galaxy contains.

galaxy-2357502_1280The question for Aza Holmes, the sixteen-year-old protagonist, is whether to let herself spiral inward toward the darkness within her mind or to stream outward along the ever enlarging spiral. Her anxiety issues and OCD are offset by her bond with lifelong best friend Daisy. Friendships of depth and warmth populate this story and when Daisy proposes that she and Aza try to solve the mystery of the missing local billionaire in order to claim a $100,000 reward, Aza reconnects with the absent man’s son Davis. Aza and Davis met years ago at “Sad Camp”…

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3 thoughts on “Telescoping in: Turtles All The Way Down by John Green”

  1. I bought this book for my daughter when it came out. It didn’t hold her interest, but she is not an avid reader either. I haven’t tried to read it yet, but for some reason, I have never liked John Green’s books! But I will still give this one a try at some point. 🙂

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      1. I’ve only read one or two of his books. He really does the unexpected for endings which felt a little unsettling to me at the time, I guess. I have been reading a lot of young adult books lately while focusing on my writing. I am enjoying Orson Scott Card’s books, and I have never read science fiction before! Thanks for sharing the review, Tiffany.

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