Why should we read Looking for Alaska?
Because looking for Alaska shows readers what it is like to live in today’s world as a teenager. Drinking, smoking, and sex. … Looking for Alaska is an awkward, weird, and realistic outlook on the minds of teenagers and how they feel about the world we live in.
Can adults read Looking for Alaska?
Although Looking for Alaska has some adult topics like sex and alcohol, I think it is a reality check at any age. I read this book for the first time when I was 13, and it still hit home. I can still read it now, five years later, and feel the story in the same ways, if not more.
Can a 11 year old read Looking for Alaska?
It’s a very good book and I would recommend it to anyone over the age of 12.
How old should you be to read it ends with us?
“The BEST book this author has ever written. It’s so incredibly deep, and sincerely explores a complex struggle between what you feel, and what is real. 5++++++ STARS.
How old should you be to watch all the bright places?
According to Spectrum, TV content with this rating is, “Intended for adults and may be unsuitable for children under 17. Possibly contains crude indecent language, explicit sexual activity or graphic violence.”
Is Looking for Alaska based on a true story?
Looking for Alaska is classified as “young adult fiction”. While Green used his own life as a source of inspiration, the novel itself is entirely fictional.
Is Looking for Alaska a sad book?
It just has a sad tone to it. Definitely a must read. It was depressing at first, but then I kind of got used to it and viewed it as a death mystery book. I was reading it in class when Alaska dies and started crying.