Book 30 of 2015 is Looking for Alaska by John Green.
He is one of those best selling authors that you always intend to read but are not sure what to expect. This was what I expected. A book written for young adults with the pretense of depth and a whole lot of quotes strung together.
There are audiences for this book, I am sure. They are just not me.
The characters are predictable. The plot is obvious. It is something John Hughes would direct.
This is for young people. Hey you kids, get off my lawn!
3 teenage crushes out of 5.
Should I read this? Only if you are between the ages of 13 and 16 years and haven't embraced the good books your English teachers keep pushing on you.
What did I learn? The trauma experienced by white middle class American kids cannot hold my attention for more than about... oh look, a castle!