Paper Towns is definitely a straight masterpiece to me. Under John Green’s writing, he exquisitely described a high schooler, Quentin’s life. Well, not just writing down his personal life and daily routine in an interesting way, but also an admirable description of his feelings and thoughts about Margo, his mysterious neighbour as well as someone he love. I would call this book an incredible piece, because through the journey Quentin was finding Margo, he wasn’t just finding her. In addition, I think Quentin was also finding himself and his soul. I really love the part Margo and Quentin went on their adventure during the midnight. Reading this book was like appreciating an artwork. Different kinds of feelings and thoughts popped out in my mind as I read through the story while having different emotions and reading through different perspectives. This book kept me reading incessantly. In my opinion, this book is attractive and can interest teenagers since the characters are mostly close to their age and this book is extremely affective in a lot of ways. I have to say I’m not apple-polishing this book. I really enjoyed it, because it gave me ups and downs, or I would say laughters and tears. It also motivated me to look things through more than one perspectives and it's fine to get lost, because you have to get lost before you find yourself, as the book expressed.