Looking For Alaska

Looking For Alaska
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  • Looking For Alaska By: John Green
  • Hey, I'm Chip but you can call me Colonel!
  • My worst day...
  • Miles, a seventeen year old boy, was going to attend Culver Creek, a boarding school in Alabama. There he was going to find his Great Perhaps- or so he thought. Miles became good friends with Colonel, and Alaska.
  • To be continued.
  • Over Thanksgiving break it was just Miles and Alaska, all alone. They planned to pull a prank on the Weekday Warriors, a group of rich kids. Miles and Alaska spent a lot of time together and started to have have feelings for one another. They went to the soccer fields and talked and drank.
  • It is very sad to announce this, Alaska Young has passed away this morning.
  • The night Miles, Colonel, Alaska, Takumi, and Lara pulled a prank on the "Eagle" but they stayed in an old barn so they wouldn't get caught. They played a game of "My Best Day, My Worst Day." That was when Miles found out that Alaska lost her mother at a young age and blames herself for the death of her mother.
  • I can't blame myself, Alaska would forgive me. Alaska wouldn't want me to live with the same feeling she had to live with about her mom.
  • In a truth or dare game Miles and Alaska kissed, while both being extremely intoxicated. Alaska stopped and said "To be continued." At this point of time, Miles had a girlfriend, who was also Alaska's friend.
  • Alaska came into Miles's and Colonel's room around midnight hysterical, the same night that her and Miles kissed. She begged Miles and Colonel to make sure the Eagle doesn't see her leave campus. She drove off campus while still intoxicated. The next morning the Eagle gathered everyone in the gym, telling them that Alaska Young has died in a car accident.
  • Miles blamed himself for Alaska's death, because he let her go when he knew she was not well to drive. After searching for weeks and weeks whether Alaska's death was an accident or a suicide Miles came to the conclusion that it was just an accident. He would not blame himself for the death of Alaska anymore because he knew that she would forgive him.
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