Turtles all the Way Down by John Green

Aza goes to school, she has friends to sit with at school, but she spends most of her time, trapped in the spiral of her own thoughts. Billionaire goes missing and there is a reward to whoever finds him. She used to know his son, so her friend convinces her to pursue the case.

It's about mental health, friendship, loss. The writing is very beautiful, but the pace is so slow that I had trouble with concentration. I wished there was more of a storyline to follow inner thoughts, don't get me wrong. I love diving deep into someone's head, but it was a bit too philosophical for my taste. 


contemporary, ya
October 10th, 2017 by Dutton Books for Young Readers
number of pages

happy reading,


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