Margaret Talbot: How the Y.A. Novelist John Green Built an Ardent Army of Fans : The New Yorker

 

John GreenMargaret Talbot: How the Y.A. Novelist John Green Built an Ardent Army of Fans : The New Yorker.

I think the title doesn’t do justice to this piece but it’s a fascinating read nonetheless. And if you haven’t read The Fault in our Stars yet, click the title and do it before the film comes out. It’s well worth the hype.

And if you want to know what I think of his books, I’ve read and reviewed The Fault in our Stars here and Will Grayson, Will Grayson here. I’ve also read and enjoyed Paper Towns, but evidently I didn’t write a review of it. Bad critic!

Oh… and then there’s this – a John Green Interview on CBS.

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