Book 55 is Turtles All The Way Down by John Green.
It is rare for me to like a John Green so I can't for the life of me work out why I picked this up.
To clear things up quickly, I didn't like it.
It's the typical pattern or quotes from other people, teenage angst-love-heartbreak and Green summing up the whole point of the story in the last two chapters.
I'd wonder like to ask if he writes the end of his books first and then fills in the justification for them because it all feels too rushed and doesn't always fit.
Even the title of the book is hollow in its use in the story.
These books are for teenagers and having not been one for many years, I can happily say that this book may appeal to other when it did not to me.
2 predictable twists with dead parents out of 5.
Should I read this? If you are under 20 years old, maybe.
What did I learn? I'm over 20 years old.