In "Looking for Alaska" by John Green, we see the life of Miles Halter's, or commonly referred to as "pudge", life and his obsession with finding the "Great Perhaps". So, he decides to go to the boarding school of Culver Creek; leaving his boring life behind. Miles meets some new people and quickly becomes friends with them, them being: The colonel, Alaska, and Takumi. They do many things together such as pranks and smoking, and Alaska talks to Miles about "the general and the labyrinth . But soon Alaska dies in a car crash, and everyone is left wondering. Miles and the colonel hunt for answers and try to solve what happened. And in the end, Miles learns the answer to the question/quote that was asked of him by Alaska in the beginning of the book "How do we get out of this labyrinth of suffering?".