8 Best John Green Books Update 05/2022

Best John Green Books

There are two young adult books by John Green that have sold a lot of copies. They are “The Fault in Our Stars” and “Looking for Alaska.” Many literary awards have been given to him. In 2014, he was named one of TIME’s 100 Most Influential People.

In order to figure out which of his books are the most popular, we asked Goodreads users. On Goodreads, more than 125 million people rate, review, and recommend their favorite books to their friends and the rest of the world. The best John Green books are the ones that Goodreads users think are the best.

The most popular John Green books, as ranked by Goodreads members:

“The Fault in Our Stars”

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

As of this writing, The Fault in Our Stars has more than 4 million reviews, with 3 million of them being 4 or 5 stars. Goodreads users say it’s the most popular John Green book. As two teenagers who have cancer, Hazel and Augustus meet at their support group. This is a story that will make you cry. A medical miracle makes Hazel’s death sentence a little longer. Augustus and Hazel get a new lease on life through each other.

“Looking For Alaska”

In “Looking for Alaska,” Miles “Pudge” Halter is obsessed with famous last words and tired of feeling like nothing happens in his life. In this book, John Green tells the story of Miles “Pudge” Halter. As soon as Pudge starts at Culver Creek Boarding School, he meets Alaska Young, who takes him on the best and the worst adventure of his life, both at the same time.Green’s first book is about a group of teenagers who live at a boarding school in Alabama. Miles Halter is a boy who is very interested in people’s last words. To find “a great maybe,” or a new adventure, he moves from Florida to Alabama and moves to a new place. Soon, he fits in well at the boarding school, making friends quickly and taking part in elaborate pranks. One of his new friends is Alaska, a girl who is both excited and sad at the same time. Miles likes her, even though she has a boyfriend. When tragedy happens at the school, the whole student body feels the effects. Green wrote this book to show how hard it is to be a teen, and Looking for Alaska does this perfectly. In 2019, there was a Hulu adaptation.

“Paper Towns”

A longtime crush on his neighbor, Margo. Quentin “Q” Jacobsen doesn’t hesitate to go on an epic one-night adventure with Margo when she comes through the window and says she’d like to go out with him. To find Margo before something bad happens three days after she went missing, Q and his friends follow a trail of clues she left behind.

“An Abundance of Katherines”

An Abundance of Katherines

He is a child genius who fears that his talent will fade away when he grows up. He also only dates girls who are named Katherine, and he is very picky. As soon as Colin breaks up with his 19th girlfriend, his best friend tells him it’s time to go on a post-high school graduation road trip to help him find his “eureka” moment that will help him get into college.Green wrote An Abundance of Katherines as his second book. A crazy story is about Colin, who has dated 19 girls named Katherine in his life, but he doesn’t want to date them. The last Katherine broke up with Colin, and so he decided to change things up a little bit. He went on a road trip with his best friend Hassan, hoping to have what Colin calls a “eureka” moment with Hassan. The first girl he’s ever liked who isn’t named Katherine is Lindsey. He meets her while he’s on his trip. Green’s view of what it’s like to be a teenager comes through in this book, but it isn’t as well-received as some of his other books, perhaps because the premise is so unlikely.

“Turtles All the Way Down”

Local billionaire goes missing with $100,000 in cash. Daisy and Aza go on a risky adventure to find him, but they don’t know where he is. It gets more complicated as Aza’s OCD gets worse and Daisy’s “Star Wars” fan fiction gets worse. Their friendship gets tangled up as well.Turtles All the Way Down was Green’s first book after The Fault in Our Stars became a huge hit. It is about Aza, a 16-year-old who has OCD and an anxiety disorder. She is very concerned about her fears about the human microbiome and possible infections. During fraud charges, the father of an old friend goes missing. Aza’s friend Daisy convinces her to go with her in the search for the missing billionaire, which could earn her $100,000. Is this quest worth it for friendship, or even first love? Green wrote this book as a piece of fiction, but he used a lot of information from his own personal experience with anxiety.

“Will Grayson, Will Grayson”

In Chicago, Will Grayson and Will Grayson come from very different worlds, but they happen to meet by chance on a fateful night. John Green and David Levithan both write a story about one of the boys. The romance between them grows, making this the first young adult book about being gay to be on the New York Times Bestsellers List.

“Let it Snow”

Let it Snow

“Let it Snow” was written with the help of young adult authors Maureen Johnson and Lauren Myracle. It’s a collection of three teen holiday romances that all connect. A huge snowstorm hits on Christmas Eve, and three teenagers are caught up in the storm. One is on a train to her grandparents’ house, another is stuck at a Waffle House with his friends, and the third just broke up with her boyfriend.

“The Anthropocene Reviewed”

A book by John Green called “The Anthropocene Reviewed” is very different from all of his other books. It’s a collection of very personal essays that came from talks he had on his podcast about what he saw and how to live in a human-centered world. This is John Green’s only nonfiction book, and the audiobook version is even better because he reads it. It makes the book even better.

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