Turtles all the way down


Title: Turtles all the way down

Author: John Green

Translator: Somayeh Shokrzadeh

Publisher: Skyline

Subject: English teen stories

Age category: Adolescent

Number of pages: 272

Language: Farsi

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Introducing the book Turtles all the way down
John Green’s most read and amazing novel, strangely and shockingly pulls you in like a chained person in the right direction.

Introducing the book Turtles all the way down
A thoughtful look at an unpleasant mental illness and obsessive-compulsive disorder that does not ask for anything from you, but makes you feel the constant struggles of the main character in you …

The book Turtles all the way down seeks to define happy endings, whether love is a disaster or a failure, and has a universal lesson for all of us: You work with whoever you are.

With over 50 million copies sold and topping the New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller lists, it is one of John Green’s most prestigious works to date.
Green has found the language of description to describe things that are indescribable, this book should be read for those who are struggling with mental illness or for their friends and family!

Sixteen-year-old Azay never intended to pursue the secret of fugitive billionaire Russell Pickett, but his $ 100,000 reward puts him in danger, and his best friend and lover, Daisy, is eager to investigate, and little by little, Davis – Pickett’s son – Comes up …

Aza lives in the perpetual spiral of her thoughts. He is trying to be a good girl, a good friend, a good student and maybe even a good detective …
John Green, acclaimed and award-winning author for his book Alaska and The Lucky Stars of Our Luck, on his return from a long absence, vividly tells the story of breaking, steadfastness, and hesitation, and in this brilliant novel, Love, It depicts flexibility and lifelong friendship.

Green spends more work than writing; He tries to write about human beings … and it does not matter where we are on this winding path – and each of us is walking a part of it – Green’s novel causes us to go up or down during this journey. Down, let ‘s be less alone.

Some comments about the shocking novel The Earth Behind the Turtles:
– A cry from the depths of a teenager. (Vox)
– A twisting and inspiring novel. (The New York Times)
– Funny, smart and with enchanting characters. (Entertainment Weekly)
A powerful story for teens (and adults) about anxiety, love and friendship. (The Los Angeles Times)

– A subtle story about learning how to cope with the world, when it seems to get out of control. (People)
– A very generous reward for reading … John Green’s most complete work to date, worthy of all the praise it will surely receive. (Booklist)
– A deeply moving and powerful novel that makes readers aware and enlightened, and even if it hurts their emotions, it must be purchased. (School Library Journal)
In a part of the book Earth on the Back of Turtles we read:

The first time I realized I might be an imaginary creature, I spent most of my time in a public school in North Indianapolis called White River High School, where, by force of unknown forces stronger than myself, I had to have lunch between 12:37 and 1 p.m. 14 ‌می‌خوردم.

The end of the story would have been different if these forces had set another time for lunch, or if my armpits had chosen another topic to talk about that summer day in September. But what I have learned is that life is a story about you, not a story you tell.

Of course, you are pretending to be the author of your own story. Well, you have no choice but this. When the bell rings at 12:37, you think you want to go to lunch. But the school bell actually decides. You think you are a painter, but you are just a canvas.
Whispers and hums echoed through the dining room so that the only recognizable sound was the sound of children chatting, like the sound of waves crashing against a rock.

I was sitting under the artificial moonlight and wondering to myself how we all believe we are the protagonists of our stories, when, in fact, we are similar living beings, living in a large room without a window that smells of animal oil, cleansing and Gives disinfectant.

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