An Absolutely Remarkable Thing

An Absolutely Remarkable Thing

The Carls just appeared. Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May stumbles across a giant sculpture. Delighted by its appearance and craftsmanship--like a ten-foot-tall Transformer wearing a suit of samurai armor--April and her friend Andy make a video with it, which Andy uploads to YouTube. The next day April wakes up to a viral video and a new The Carls just appeared. Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May stumbles across a giant scu...

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Title:An Absolutely Remarkable Thing
Author:Hank Green
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Genres:Fiction
ISBN:B0796DR2XV
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Kindle Edition
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

An Absolutely Remarkable Thing Reviews

  • Melissa Rochelle
    Aug 07, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

  • Taylor Ramirez
    Jan 23, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

  • Lindsey
    Jul 27, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

  • Melanie
    Oct 10, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

  • Telthor
    Sep 24, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

  • Billie
    May 29, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

  • Becky
    Sep 27, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

    Read on submission in one sitting. All I can say is all hail the Greens ...

    Túto knihu som ?ítala e?te v ?ase, ke? sa volala April May and New York Carl - a tak u? STO ROKOV ?IJEM S VEDOMÍM, ?E JE STRA?NE SUPER A JA TO NEMÔ?EM NIKOMU POVEDA?. AAAGHHRR!!! Mám na srdci dve veci, ktoré by som vám o tejto vskutku pozoruhodnej zále?itosti rada...

    HOLY BANANAS, HANK. What an incredible book! Relevant, insightful, shades-of-grey social commentary blends seamlessly with a compelling sci-fi adventure (with a fun dose of mystery, too!). The narrator's voice was perfect, snark and honesty and the fake-it-til-you-make-it confidence I ...

  • Luu
    Sep 26, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

    Read on submission in one sitting. All I can say is all hail the Greens ...

    Túto knihu som ?ítala e?te v ?ase, ke? sa volala April May and New York Carl - a tak u? STO ROKOV ?IJEM S VEDOMÍM, ?E JE STRA?NE SUPER A JA TO NEMÔ?EM NIKOMU POVEDA?. AAAGHHRR!!! Mám na srdci dve veci, ktoré by som vám o tejto vskutku pozoruhodnej zále?itosti rada...

  • Lex
    Sep 26, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

    Read on submission in one sitting. All I can say is all hail the Greens ...

    Túto knihu som ?ítala e?te v ?ase, ke? sa volala April May and New York Carl - a tak u? STO ROKOV ?IJEM S VEDOMÍM, ?E JE STRA?NE SUPER A JA TO NEMÔ?EM NIKOMU POVEDA?. AAAGHHRR!!! Mám na srdci dve veci, ktoré by som vám o tejto vskutku pozoruhodnej zále?itosti rada...

    HOLY BANANAS, HANK. What an incredible book! Relevant, insightful, shades-of-grey social commentary blends seamlessly with a compelling sci-fi adventure (with a fun dose of mystery, too!). The narrator's voice was perfect, snark and honesty and the fake-it-til-you-make-it confidence I ...

    eu năo sabia muito bem o que esperar desse livro e o que eu encontrei aqui, definitivamente, me surpreendeu muito. eu passei boa parte da leitura com BIRRA da protagonista e dos personagens secundários que me pareciam rasos demais, mas conforme a narrativa foi me dando as peças que ...

    I don?t think it?s going to surprise anyone that I didn?t like this, but it is just a big no from me. Writing like this, one step of plot and then five steps of ?here?s my opinion on society!!!!? never really works for me, and I was telling myself ?well at least I?ll ...

    I want to read this because the main characters are called April and Andy, and ? well. A good Parks and Rec reference is all I need, really. ...

    A little didactic, but still a lot of fun! Felt sort of like a quirky mash-up of sci-fi books like the Martian (funny, snarky, lovable main character), Ready Player One (pop culture references), and Dark Matter (a little mind bending at times). It also ended on a bit of a cliffhanger s...

    Hank wrote a book. Guess what? It?s good. ...

  • Vitor Martins
    Oct 11, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

    Read on submission in one sitting. All I can say is all hail the Greens ...

    Túto knihu som ?ítala e?te v ?ase, ke? sa volala April May and New York Carl - a tak u? STO ROKOV ?IJEM S VEDOMÍM, ?E JE STRA?NE SUPER A JA TO NEMÔ?EM NIKOMU POVEDA?. AAAGHHRR!!! Mám na srdci dve veci, ktoré by som vám o tejto vskutku pozoruhodnej zále?itosti rada...

    HOLY BANANAS, HANK. What an incredible book! Relevant, insightful, shades-of-grey social commentary blends seamlessly with a compelling sci-fi adventure (with a fun dose of mystery, too!). The narrator's voice was perfect, snark and honesty and the fake-it-til-you-make-it confidence I ...

    eu năo sabia muito bem o que esperar desse livro e o que eu encontrei aqui, definitivamente, me surpreendeu muito. eu passei boa parte da leitura com BIRRA da protagonista e dos personagens secundários que me pareciam rasos demais, mas conforme a narrativa foi me dando as peças que ...

  • Erik Fazekas
    Sep 26, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

  • Haley
    Sep 20, 2017

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

  • Kales
    Jul 27, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

  • Christine Riccio
    Oct 08, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

  • Madalyn (Novel Ink)
    Oct 03, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    Apr 25, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

  • Katie Ziegler (Life Between Words)
    Sep 27, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

    Read on submission in one sitting. All I can say is all hail the Greens ...

    Túto knihu som ?ítala e?te v ?ase, ke? sa volala April May and New York Carl - a tak u? STO ROKOV ?IJEM S VEDOMÍM, ?E JE STRA?NE SUPER A JA TO NEMÔ?EM NIKOMU POVEDA?. AAAGHHRR!!! Mám na srdci dve veci, ktoré by som vám o tejto vskutku pozoruhodnej zále?itosti rada...

    HOLY BANANAS, HANK. What an incredible book! Relevant, insightful, shades-of-grey social commentary blends seamlessly with a compelling sci-fi adventure (with a fun dose of mystery, too!). The narrator's voice was perfect, snark and honesty and the fake-it-til-you-make-it confidence I ...

    eu năo sabia muito bem o que esperar desse livro e o que eu encontrei aqui, definitivamente, me surpreendeu muito. eu passei boa parte da leitura com BIRRA da protagonista e dos personagens secundários que me pareciam rasos demais, mas conforme a narrativa foi me dando as peças que ...

    I don?t think it?s going to surprise anyone that I didn?t like this, but it is just a big no from me. Writing like this, one step of plot and then five steps of ?here?s my opinion on society!!!!? never really works for me, and I was telling myself ?well at least I?ll ...

    I want to read this because the main characters are called April and Andy, and ? well. A good Parks and Rec reference is all I need, really. ...

    A little didactic, but still a lot of fun! Felt sort of like a quirky mash-up of sci-fi books like the Martian (funny, snarky, lovable main character), Ready Player One (pop culture references), and Dark Matter (a little mind bending at times). It also ended on a bit of a cliffhanger s...

  • ☙ percy ❧
    Sep 21, 2017

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

  • Kelsey
    Oct 13, 2017

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

    Read on submission in one sitting. All I can say is all hail the Greens ...

  • Cori Reed
    Oct 03, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

  • Sarah Tribble
    Jun 21, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

    Read on submission in one sitting. All I can say is all hail the Greens ...

    Túto knihu som ?ítala e?te v ?ase, ke? sa volala April May and New York Carl - a tak u? STO ROKOV ?IJEM S VEDOMÍM, ?E JE STRA?NE SUPER A JA TO NEMÔ?EM NIKOMU POVEDA?. AAAGHHRR!!! Mám na srdci dve veci, ktoré by som vám o tejto vskutku pozoruhodnej zále?itosti rada...

    HOLY BANANAS, HANK. What an incredible book! Relevant, insightful, shades-of-grey social commentary blends seamlessly with a compelling sci-fi adventure (with a fun dose of mystery, too!). The narrator's voice was perfect, snark and honesty and the fake-it-til-you-make-it confidence I ...

    eu năo sabia muito bem o que esperar desse livro e o que eu encontrei aqui, definitivamente, me surpreendeu muito. eu passei boa parte da leitura com BIRRA da protagonista e dos personagens secundários que me pareciam rasos demais, mas conforme a narrativa foi me dando as peças que ...

    I don?t think it?s going to surprise anyone that I didn?t like this, but it is just a big no from me. Writing like this, one step of plot and then five steps of ?here?s my opinion on society!!!!? never really works for me, and I was telling myself ?well at least I?ll ...

    I want to read this because the main characters are called April and Andy, and ? well. A good Parks and Rec reference is all I need, really. ...

  • Nick
    Oct 04, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

  • Chesca
    Sep 19, 2017

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

  • Em (RunawayWithDreamthieves)
    Oct 04, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

  • The Full Bookshelf Reviews
    Sep 14, 2015

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

  • Kaylin (The Re-Read Queen)
    Sep 19, 2017

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

  • Tammy
    Jul 06, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

  • Iulia
    Oct 02, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

  • Janel
    Sep 30, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...

    Immediate thoughts after finishing, sorry if this is disjointed. Excellent read. Great tone, great mystery, great build up. I read it in two days, couldn't put it down. The tone and overall story reminded me of The Oracle Year in a very different but awesome way - so if you liked ...

    Well, that was a thing that I read. I mean, it was fun and I love a good cipher, but it was very...moral, wasn't it? Like, at the end, the message/moral (Good things happen when the whole world works together! And it's fun!) started getting in the way of the story. And April May, the p...

    I had been dying to read An Absolutely Remarkable Thing by Hank Green since I first heard that it was in the works, and while I had incredibly high hopes for it, it is safe to say that I was not disappointed. This book is so complex, discussing topics such as fame and unity as the worl...

    This was my October 2018 Book of the Month pick! Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Tumblr | Youtube | Twitch ...

    To those of you who've sent me friend requests and didn't know the answer to question number 1: "Who the eff is Hank?" Guysss, meet Hank, NY Times Bestselling author John Green's younger brother. Lol I AM SO EXCITED FOR THIS. WE NEED MORE OF THE GREEN BROTHERS' WORKS IN THE WORLD. ...

    What a thrill! Review to come. ...

    I LOVED this. Like, far more than expected. I haven?t been this engrossed in a story in a very long time. ...

    2.5, and I can't decide if I'm rounding up or down and have flipflopped like three times, but down because of all the memes. *insert very large shrug here* I hate the phrase "millennial humor" -- but I think that's what this book is. The sort of humor that fills tumblr to the br...

    Dear John, I am sorry to inform you, that you've been dethroned!!! Áno je to tak, toto je lep?ie ako posledné Greenovky... ehm, teda johnovky :D Pocitovo mi to pri ?ítaní pripomínalo Alja?ku, ke? sa e?te John na ni? nehral a písal ako mu huba narástla. ?akujem Han...

    I don't know that I've ever used the term 'millennial', but I suppose I am one so it's time to embrace it. An Absolutely Remarkable Thing will appeal to millenials. At first it seemed a bit too I HAVE A NARRATIVE to me, but in the end I really enjoyed it, and the ending was exactly ...

    Read on submission in one sitting. All I can say is all hail the Greens ...

    Túto knihu som ?ítala e?te v ?ase, ke? sa volala April May and New York Carl - a tak u? STO ROKOV ?IJEM S VEDOMÍM, ?E JE STRA?NE SUPER A JA TO NEMÔ?EM NIKOMU POVEDA?. AAAGHHRR!!! Mám na srdci dve veci, ktoré by som vám o tejto vskutku pozoruhodnej zále?itosti rada...

    HOLY BANANAS, HANK. What an incredible book! Relevant, insightful, shades-of-grey social commentary blends seamlessly with a compelling sci-fi adventure (with a fun dose of mystery, too!). The narrator's voice was perfect, snark and honesty and the fake-it-til-you-make-it confidence I ...

    eu năo sabia muito bem o que esperar desse livro e o que eu encontrei aqui, definitivamente, me surpreendeu muito. eu passei boa parte da leitura com BIRRA da protagonista e dos personagens secundários que me pareciam rasos demais, mas conforme a narrativa foi me dando as peças que ...

    I don?t think it?s going to surprise anyone that I didn?t like this, but it is just a big no from me. Writing like this, one step of plot and then five steps of ?here?s my opinion on society!!!!? never really works for me, and I was telling myself ?well at least I?ll ...

  • Solomon ~ TheBookishKing
    Oct 06, 2018

    I just finished An Absolutely Remarkable Thing and it was great!! I had so much fun flying through this book. My booktalk will be coming later this week, I'm excited to discuss with yall! ...

    Not to start a family feud but I picked up this book solely because I?ve grown tired with John Green romanticising the white heterosexual nerd?s quest for the perfect woman whom they win by using the longest most pretentious words possible, and I was very curious to read his brothe...

    April May is the snarky, relationship wrecking narrator who is unwittingly catapulted into the dizzying heights of international fame upon being the first to discover a randomly named ?Carl?. Initially thought to be an art installation, the Carls prove to be considerably more than ...

    Upon Announcement: I CAN'T WAAAAIT! After Reading: So I am giving this four stars for now, even though it is possible it is a 3/3.5-star book. I really loved everything it had to say and the way in which it said it, and I thought it was a highly original and well-written s...

    Okay where is my crash course squad? ...

    I knew it! I still listen to Hank and John Green's podcast, and a few episodes ago Hank teased an announcement. Totally nailed it with my guess it was going to be a book! Love both the brothers and the impact they've had on Internet culture. Hank is especially well-spoken and e...

    I hate that people are calling this "young adult". It's not. Stop it with the inane labels that turn people off instead of bringing them in. The main character isn't even in high school OR college for that matter! This is a book for people that like to read quirky, pop-culture-...

    "Coming home from work at three a.m., twenty-three-year-old April May..." April May Nope. Ya lost me. ...

    *kicks down the door of every single person on the planet* Y'ALL, GET A LOAD OF THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ngl i've always liked hank more than john and i'm so excited i think i'm gonna scream ...

    Since no one has written a pre-book review yet, I guess that I will. Although I will leave out star ratings. (I know people hate that.) John Green is a genius. Hank Green is a genius. Together, the make up the genius that is Vlogbrothers, and CrashCourse World History and Psycholog...

    This was like a weird mix between READY PLAYER ONE, SIGNS and TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY. I feel like this is going to be one of those books that stays in my head for a while, rolls around a bit in tar, feathers, gum, jelly (see what I did there?) and muddy about until I figure out exactly ho...

    Buddy Read with Fellow Cardan the Furry Enthusiast "Carl is not a possible thing, and yet there he is, guarding the Chipotle, leading people to conclude that he was not created by humans." So ... just like I thought ... Trash. I went in to this with semi high hopes as everyo...