With the works of John Green selling like a hot pancake, his fans cannot settle on ‘an-important-form-of-discourse’ they possibly think. The eternal question should be put to rest now. Which is better? Paper Towns or The Fault in our Stars?
Well, sorry for the Fault in our Stars fans out there who poured their hearts and lungs crying indefinitely over the cheesy lines Green’s can throw. Here are my reasons why.
- Paper Towns is historically intriguing
Well, who among us know the word before the book and the movie version came to life? Paper town, according to Green’s definition (or perhaps based on reality) is a signature of cartographer (one who makes map). This is definitely thrilling the way the lead character Quentin tried to locate this particular town to find Margo. Definitely this added flavor for an already abused theme of love.
- Paper Towns is cast aware and away story
The story did not just focus on Margo and Quentin! It involved Quentin’s friends and it includes road trip! Those elements made the story more inducing to keep you wanting for more. And unlike cheesy love stories, the simplicity of the set up is more typical yet enough to catch the heart.
- Paper Towns ending is realistic than The Fault in Our Stars
Who anticipated its ending? That’s the real one! Most love stories including The Fault are very generic to draw readers and viewers. The fact that Margo just did that for nothing is a very realistic that every man should consider: do not assume!
Well, I know I will be roasted for this but what you think?