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yasminwithane: POSTRAVAGANZA! Here are some John Green books: Looking For Alaska ;An Abundance of Katherines; Paper Towns; Will Grayson, Will Grayson; The Fault in Our Stars. He is definitely one of my favorite authors.

What to Pack for a Week in Iceland

It’s no surprise that Iceland is one of my all-time favorite travel destinations. In one week, I managed to take on countless adventures, including snorkeling in the Silfra Fissure, glacier hiking, visiting the Blue Lagoon, driving the Golden Circle, and more!

Alaska says this to Miles. Miles would remember this quote very well because it is one of the only hints that Alaska may be depressed. Even though she jokes, makes the book quite humorous, and makes Pudge laugh--she reveals a vulnerable part of herself.

People regard John Greens books as teen novels, when in actual fact they hold such deep and adult themes. Like tfios, it's all about life and how we should make the most o it while we can. Looking for Alaska: is all about decisions, and paths and how friendship can help us. John Green writes teenage novels yes, but makes them more appealing by not writing about pathetic teen themes.

Strawberry-Lemon Baked Alaska

From the Archives: “Once Upon A Time” in

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I Go To Seek A Great Perhaps (Textured Black) Art Print

At the beginning when Pudge (Miles) has his going away party, which only two people attend, he tells his parents he is going to seek his "great perhaps."