“Let It Snow” book review



This book includes the writing of beloved author John Green.

Katelyn Adkins, Staff Reporter

John Green is someone who I simply adore. I love the way he writes, so it was no surprise to me that I enjoyed his book “Let It Snow”. Even though it’s not winter anymore, does it really have to be to enjoy a winter themed book? No, simply because books let you escape from what’s going on. I loved reading this book, and everything about it had me interested.
The book starts out with a girl named Jubilee, and as she goes throughout her journey, she meets people along the way, which leads into more stories. First, she meets a guy named Jeb, and meeting him leads to her meeting a boy and staying at his house, through the storm, while Jeb, on the other hand, is trying to get to a girl that’s having problems without him there. The way everything plays out in this book all ties together with the help of the two other writers that worked with John Green: Maureen Johnson, and Lauren Myracle. At the end of the book, everyone gets together, from all the side stories, and everything you learn about them comes together in one place.
It’s great to see how their story unfolds and to see how they all end up together in that time. It was a fantastic book to get into, and maybe spring is not the time for it, but overall, it has its ways of making you interested in what’s going to happen. The three stories keep you from getting bored, because it’s not just one person the whole time, and in my opinion, that’s the best thing about this book. If you like books that change it up a little, this is the book for you. I’d recommend it to anyone that finds interest in Green’s books.