Miles “Pudge” Halter is done with his safe life at home. His whole life has been one big non-event, and his obsession with famous last words has only made him crave “the Great Perhaps” even more (Francois Rabelais, poet). John Green's first novel, Looking for Alaska, won the Looking for Alaska by John Green - review. 'The beauty of the book is that it doesn't hide anything'. pinkbookworm. Wed 13 Nov
Looking for Alaska is a young adult novel by John Green. Published in , it is a contemporary story about a group of teen friends who experience a tragedy. The book begins with Miles Halter leaving his home in Florida to attend the Culver Creek boarding school in Birmingham, AL. At school he befriends Chip (also known as the Colonel), Alaska, and Takumi, each of whom have a special talent—memorizing facts about other countries.
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Looking For Alaska. Page 1 of 88 To my family: Sydney Green, Mike Green, and Hank Green "I have tried so hard to do right." (last words of Alaska. Editorial Reviews. From School Library Journal. Grade 9 Up—From the very first page, tension Look inside this book. Looking for Alaska by [Green, John].
Miles wants his Great Perhaps, but we never really know what he envisions as his Great Perhaps and whether the boarding school of Culver Creek lives up to his expectations. Alaska remains a perpetual mystery in this book, both to Miles and to us as readers. Lara is a cutie, though. He is the novel's main character, who has an unusual passion in Pudge is attracted to Alaska Young, who for most of the novel has.
This ain't no innocent Toy Story friendship between Buzz and Woody, but the characters definitely value friendship equally as much in Looking for Alaska. Home for Miles in Looking for Alaska is Florida with his parents. Lying and deviousness abound at Culver Creek when it comes to. Themes and symbols "in Looking for Alaska". ~Miles feels guilty for leaving his parents behind in Florida, and for not returning home for the.