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Turtles All the Way Down

By John Green | Hardback | 1 Review(s)

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The wait is over! John Green, the #1 bestselling author of The Fault in Our Stars, is back, with a book hailed by the Guardian as 'a new modern classic'.'It's quite rare to find someone who sees the same world you see.'Sixteen-year-old Aza never intended to pursue the mystery of fugitive billionaire... read more

Format
Hardback
Release Date
28 Sep 2017
Author(s)
John Green
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN-13
9780241335437
Dimensions
144mm x 222mm x 29mm
Pages
304
Format
Hardback
Release Date
28 Sep 2017
Author(s)
John Green
Publisher
Penguin Books Ltd
ISBN-13
9780241335437
Dimensions
144mm x 222mm x 29mm
Pages
304

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24 Nov 2017

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Turtles All the Way Down

From the author of ‘Fault In Our Stars’ and a favoured author for young adults (..and not so young adults too like me!). You never quite know the journey John will take you on and each book highlights an issue or idea that is relevant to young adults. For this new book, John draws from his own personal experience of challenges to his mental wellbeing. He has created the lead character Aza or ‘Holmesy’ as her best friend calls her – struggling to bring her thought patterns into order and some control. I’m not sure how to define her affliction as it is not named but the symptoms certainly are. As a thought grips her, an obsession distracts her from the real life around her. She walks a tightrope to keep this all in order and at the same time be a good student, daughter and friend. Aza and her quirky, outspoken friend Daisy decide to chase a reward on offer to discover the whereabouts of accused-financial-fraudster billionaire Russell Pickett. They have an advantage because Aza knows his son Davis... Rather than being bogged down in ‘issuedriven’ writing, the story is more like a mystery with love and friendship threading through to complete a most satisfactory read. Suitable for 13 years plus.

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