3.5 starsOut of the three John Green books I've been reading this week, this is the one I enjoyed the most so far. (The other 2 being [b:Looking for Alaska|99561|Looking for Alaska|John Green|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1375127275s/99561.jpg|919292] and [b:An Abundance of Katherines|49750|An Abundance of Katherines|John Green|http://d202m5krfqbpi5.cloudfront.net/books/1360206426s/49750.jpg|48658].)I've been trying to identify my feelings about John Green's books and I think I may have finally pinpointed why I couldn't really connect to them. No love/hate. It's just something I'm reading. It's like when I had to read books for my English class in high school. You read it, you analyze it and there's a whole ton of life lessons/moral values and meaningful quotes. Everything the character does seems to be important and so read into that I can't see them as regular people anymore. It's the same feeling I get after reading JG's books. (This applies more to LfA and AoK than PT.)That said, I really enjoyed the road trip part in this book. It made me laugh and I liked how it all led to the end.