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The Fault in Our Stars
Despite the tumour-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.
Insightful, bold, irreverent and raw, The Fault in Our Stars is award-winning author John Green's most ambitious and heartbreaking work yet, brilliantly exploring the funny, thrilling and tragic business of being alive and in love.
TFiOS is the book that you get lost in, you dissapear into a world of hideaway authors and cancer patients. You fall so deeply in love with the characters that when they're gone you wonder how you'll cope without your newfound friends. I don't cry in books, I ocassionally get a tear, maybe one rolling down my cheek, but in this book I sobbed. I was actually curled up at the bottom of my bed, a sobbing mess. This book actualy changed my life in someways. It has given me an apreciation of life and everything else. I ahve now decided that when I leave school I want to work at Make a Wish Foundation. I beg you. read this book, fall in love with this book, and you're not going to be the same person again.
"The Fault in our Stars" is one of the most spectacular books I've ever read. It makes you see things in a whole new light, the way the world wants to be noticed. This book brought me to tears and made my heart flutter with lust over fictional characters that couldn't have felt any more real. "The Fault in our Stars" is nothing short of brilliant!
I think I'm in love with Augustus Waters.
As the book goes on, you see the twists and turns of Hazel Grace's life as she deals with a tumor, and when she falls for the new boy Augustus, her life takes a turn for the better.
An amazing read, heartwarming but sad, I reccomend this book if you like a touching story with a twist of romance.
I confess, i have read this book three times in about a week. i love it. alot.
So. Many...... Emotions.
Im in love with the characters. Their wittiness makes me laugh and their pain makes me cry. the whole story seems so real and its not like any other "cancer book" where the whole novel is just about someones struggle with cancer that makes you sympathise but you feel no other emotions. This book is laughter, love, sadness, anger and fluffy feelings..... ( if that makes any sense at all, i dont know?!)
The fault in our stars has got to be one of my favourite books of allllllll time and a must read for anyone.
The Fault in our Stars is a book that can make you both laugh and cry with everything in between, you keep coming back for more and never seem to want to put the book down. John Green makes you experience every single emotion just by giving the characters a voice.
When Hazel Grace meets Augustus Waters at a Cancer Kid Support Group both their stories are about to be rewritten. After already knowing and accepting what her life has become with the devastation of her cancer diagnosis, Hazel and Augustus learnt and experienced what they never thought they could, being alive and in love.