(E–pub Download) Looking for Alaska

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  • Looking for Alaska
  • John Green
  • Portuguese
  • 09 September 2019
  • 9789892316826

John Green º 7 Review

Download Ý Looking for Alaska ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB John Green º 7 Review He os olhos esmeraldas intensas E não era só linda era também uma brasaAlaska Young Lindíssima esperta divertida sensual transtornada e completamente fascinante Miles Halter. I m going to explain my emotions about this book in a billion of gifs because I love this book too much to put into words 3So first I was like because Pudge was pretty coolThen we met the Colonel and I did thisbecause the Colonel is awesome and he got my approvalThen we met Alaska and I gobecause who knows She s really not that badThen we really get to know her and I m likeThen ALL this stuff happens and I don t know what to expect because now we re at the After part and I m excitedThen BAMAnd I m likeBecause there is NO WAY that can happen and I m pretty sure someone is playing a sick sick joke on meThen I realize its not a joke and the waterworks start flowingAnd I m likeAndThen I finally calm downAnd I m trying to stay strong and remember it s only a book so I m likeThen I can t help myself and go back to ugly cryingThen FINALLY acceptanceor as close as I can get to itThen after all that I realize I LOVE THIS BOOK

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Download Ý Looking for Alaska ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB John Green º 7 Review Na escuridão atrás de mim ela cheirava a suor luz do sol e baunilha e nessa noite de pouco luar eu pouco mais podia ver além da sua silhueta mas mesmo no escuro consegui ver l. My assistant Amanda has been a John Green fan for ages which is one of the reasons I decided to start giving his stuff a read I decided to start here because it was one of his first books After I finished this book I went to her and asked Are all of John Green s books going to leave me feeling like I ve had a hole kicked straight through my gutsNot all of them she said But yeah Some I thought about this for a while then asked her In Name of the Wind when X happens did it feel like that when you read it Except I didn t say X obviously I mentioned a particular scene in my first book Well Amanda said Not really His scene is central to his book But even so yeah It was kinda like that Shit I said Sorry about that So yeah Sorry about that

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Download Ý Looking for Alaska ↠ eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB John Green º 7 Review Não podia estar mais apaixonado por ela Mas uando a tragédia lhe bate à porta Miles descobre o valor e a dor de viver e amar de modo incondicionalNunca mais nada será o mesmo. Update 41214This reviewrant receives comments than any other book review I have I decided to reply to a few of the comments in my review because the people that don t like my reviewrant don t like it for pretty much the same reasons First please note there are spoilers However the spoilers aren t really spoilers since it doesn t affect your enjoyment or lack of enjoyment if you know the big secret Nevertheless a helpful few have pointed out that I have spoilers and I didn t mark them So are you happy nowOk now to another criticism Many lovely critics bring up the same point maybe John Green just wanted to show a flawed character you just don t grasp the flawed characterblahblahblah I m paraphrasing here and kinda combining all the criticismAll right I ll bite Yes Alaska is flawed That is obvious Ok Did Mr Green show how Alaska was flawed and resolve either her flaws or how others deal with her flaws if she chose not to change her ways Nope Still not buying my argument Ok Let s say for the sake of argument Alaska was a puppy abuser She goes around kicking puppies Is her puppy kicking dealt with Do any of the characters say listen Alaska Darling you kick one puppy and I m kicking your ass Ok maybe that is a bit extreme how about does Mr Green have his characters abandon Alaska because she refuses to give up her puppy kicking ways Nope I know you are saying listen you stupid idiot Alaska didn t abuse puppies she only abused other s people s kindness took advantage of people emotionally manipulated people and was an all around piss poor person that used her own poor past to lash out Oh ok I see what you mean nope not a puppy kickerclearly I m wrongBelow is the old rantreviewenjoyI m totally going to regret putting this review in and I ll probably change it later but ohwhatthehellPoor Alaska She screwed up in her past She blames herself for something that happened when she was a child It caused her to be moody withdrawn angry and unpredictable It caused her to drink too much take unnecessary risks take advantage of other people s kindness One minute Alaska was fun the life of the party caring and everyone s best friend The next minute she was the bitchPoor poor Alaska Let s save AlaskaGive me a break Alaska acted the way she did because she could She used her past as an excuse for her destructive behavior Alaska s friends enabled Alaska s behavior because they didn t stand up to her In fact they had destructive behavior that needed to be addressed as well but since this book is called Looking for Alaska I m going to focus on AlaskaMany people had really shitty childhoods Many people were physically and mentally abused as children Many people were left to survive on their own as childrenhungry dirty and alone These people didn t grow up to use their bad childhood their own guilt or their past mistakes to act out take advantage of other people or to basically treat people like crapI m not uncaring Far from it I have a ton of compassion I m too caring But being a victim does not excuse your behavior Being a victim does not justify your behavior You still have to treat people with kindness compassion love and honesty regardless of what struggles you survived Get help and then move onIf someone is treating you wrong call them on it Don t look into their past to try to explain away their behavior That is BS It isn t uirkiness it isn t moodiness it is abuseSo dear Miles aka Pudge why are you seeking Alaska s forgiveness You did nothing wrong except failing to recognize Alaska s destructive behavior and failing to get away from itIf a person is friendly kind caring one minute but then angry withdrawn the next THEY have a problemIf a person is drinking too much partying to hard ignoring authority breaking the rules THEY have a problemIf you are trying to figure the above mentioned person out if you are trying to solve that person s problems figure out why they are the way they are YOU have a problemI m off my pedestal now I m going to probably change this review once I stop being so irritated but for right now I m rolling with it And if I didn t get the true meaning of the book well I m sorry I don t want to get it I don t care Alaska sucked as a friend and she was a lousy human being and she took up too much of my time by reading the book Kontrolle Des Verhaltens incondicionalNunca mais nada será o mesmo. 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