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Finally a new book by John Green The characters and the plot are typically Green, but for me, it didn t work out as well as The Fault in Our Stars or Looking for Alaska did.Aza Holmes is a teenage girl with huge mental issues partly due to her father s death , a quirky best friend and a car named Harold The story is mainly about her trying to cope with her illness and her young love with billionaire s son Davis Pickett whose father just vanished without any trace There is a little detective story, a litte bit of romance, a little bit of coming of age plot but it s not getting together in a way that touches me Aza doesn t progress, some plotlines are easily predictable and I am kind of sick of all the quirkiness of the characters It s still a nice book to read, but it won t have a place in my heart as Looking for Alaska has. Wrenching and revelatory An instant 1 bestseller, the widely acclaimed Turtles All the Way Down is John Green s brilliant and shattering new novel.Atender story about learning to cope when the world feels out of control PeopleSixteen year old Aza never intended to pursue the mystery of fugitive billionaire Russell Pickett, but theres a hundred thousand dollar reward at stake and her Best and Most Fearless Friend, Daisy, is eager to investigate So together, they navigate the short distance and broad divides that separate them from Russell Picketts son, Davis Aza is trying She is trying to be a good daughter, a good friend, a good student, and maybe even a good detective, while also living withinthe ever tightening spiral of her own thoughts In his long awaited return, John Green, the acclaimed, award winning author of Looking for Alaskaand The Fault in Our Stars, shares Azas story with shattering, unflinching clarity in this brilliant novel of love, resilience, and the power of lifelong friendship. I used to be mad at John Green for taking this long to publish something new, but now I am so glad he did This book is so carefully and so fragilely written it leaves you speechless I myself am not struggling with mental illness but know many people who do and also have worked with mentally ill people professionally But only after reading Turtles I began to grasp what those affected really have to deal with This book is both an immensely difficult but also very enjoyable and diverting read This is the author s great talent he manages to deal with difficult and delicate topics, is able to present them authentically and still writes beautiful uplifting coming of age stories I feel with this book he has reached his peak It takes you inside the mind of a young deeply troubled but also kind and beautiful woman and you will fall in love with her and she will break your heart, when she is in pain After reading you will see the world with different eyes I also listened to the audio book narrated by Kate Rudd and can only recommend it It got me on all emotional levels I laughed, I was euphoric, scared and cried tears of both sadness and happiness Please, do yourself a favor and read this book You will definitely not regret it. This book ultimately it leaves you hopeful in a way that s very fitting not too optimistic, but also it doesn t put you through what it did without picking you back up, in John Green s typical style of doing so.Aza s OCD isn t romanticized in any way, her thought spirals, obsessions and compulsions always appear in the least expected moments, just like mental illness does in real life, and her anxiety isn t gone by the end, or eradicated by The Power of Love, which is another thing I appreciated a lot, because it happens too often in YA with mentally ill main characters.I don t know how to finish other than please read this book. Ich habe alle B cher von John Green praktisch verschlungen Turtles All The Way Down war da keine Ausnahme Das Buch dreht sich um die Protagonistin Aza, die aus der Ich Perspektive ber ihr Leben mit einer mentalen Krankheit erz hlt Dazu kommen noch ihre beste Freundin Daisy und das unerkl rte verschwinden von Russell Pickett dem Vater eines alten Bekannten von Aza.Ich liebe es, dass John Green sich nie an Klischees h lt und einen immer wieder berrascht Vor allem der Absatz, in dem es hei t The problem with happy endings is that they re either not really happy, or not really endings, you know In real life, some things get better and some things get worse And then eventually you die kam mir fast wie eine Entschuldigung f r seine meist offen oder ohne Happy End endenen Geschichten vor Meiner Meinung ist das aber nichts, wof r er sich entschuldigen braucht.Es ist unglaublich erfrischend, nicht von Anfang an zu wissen, wie das Buch ausgeht und das hat John Green mit Turtles All The Way Down wieder einmal geschafft Ich freue mich schon auf seine kommenden Werke und kann das Buch wirklich jedem, der John Green mag, empfehlen Ich bin mehr als begeistert, ein wunderbares Buch von John Green Ein intensiver Einblick in die Seele einer jungen Hauptfigur, die mit Zwangsst rungen zu k mpfen hat Sehr einf hlsam und nachvollziehbar beschrieben, wobei dies nicht die Haupthandlung berdeckt sondern diese erg nzt.Sollte man auf jeden Fall gelesen haben, erst Recht wenn man selbst davon betroffen ist oder in der Familie mit Zwangsst rungen zu tun hat.MUST READ Was soll man gro es dazu sagen, dies ist mal wieder ein sehr gutes Jugendbuch des Autors John Green Nach Looking for Alaska, Papertown und the fault in our stars ist diese Geschichte genauso sch n und herzzerreissend geschrieben wie man es vom Autor gewohnt ist Die englische Version ist einfach zu lesen und das Buch ist auf jeden Fall zu empfehlen.