I spent the first part of my recent vacation getting my John Green on, because aren't beach vacations all about the good books you pack? They are for me! The premise behind the title Paper Towns is that, at one time, map companies actually placed fake towns on their maps so they would know if other map companies plagiarized their work. Keep this in mind as you immerse yourself in the story of Quentin (Q), who has been in love with his next door neighbor Margo Roth Spiegelman (yes, you need to say her whole name each time you refer to her) forever. And then Margo disappears. I loved most of the book, as Q follows the clues that he believes Margo has left for him alone. After a 21-hour, 1,100+ mile dash across the country with his friends Radar and Ben and Lacey . . . well, I'm not going to throw out any spoilers here, but I was not happy with the ending. And it's not that I have to have a happy ending to be satisfied with a book, but I just felt the ending was a bit underwhelming. HOWEVER, I would still recommend the book, because it's John Green, and you might like the ending more than I did!