The Fault in Our Stars

by John Green

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“I recommend everyone to read this book, very very well written storyline pulls you and makes you want to keep readingtouching story” in reviews
“Probably the BEST book I could have ever read, its so good i could read it 2 times and im not a two time reader or watcher either.” in reviews
“...you are (or if you think "young-adult" books aren't for you, this is a must read. ” in reviews
“Definitely a tear jerker 8 ( they get you to fall in love with the characters then throw you curveballs you didn't even see coming ” in reviews
“This are the best books, those you can totally get lost in and when they end you find yourself lost in your own sea of thoughts and feelings, trying to understate the effect a simple compilations of ink, paper and words.” in reviews
Bookworm Expert Level 1
134 reviews
Title: The Fault In Our Stars Author: John Green Read Dates: May 28th-31st Why did I choose to read this book? I chose to read this book because I just had thyroid removal surgery because of a tumor that was size of a tennis ball and was pushing my windpipe and stuff back that I found out is either cancer or precancerous also have other medical issues like my brain tumor. But read this because I felt I could relate to it. Did I like it? Yes Four things I liked about this book: 1. I can relate to how she is feeling. For example how she says she feels like a grenade I feel the same about my medical issues and don't want to hurt my family/friends either. It was very emotional. 2. I love the love story between Hazel and Augustus 3. I like how she doesn't give up 4. I like the thing Augustus did for her at the end One thing I disliked: That Augustus dies it made me cry Do I recommend this book? Yes
Title: The Fault In Our Stars Author: John Green Read Dates: May 28th-31st Why did I choose to read this book? I chose to read this book because I just had thyroid removal surgery because of a tumor that was size of a tennis ball and was pushing my windpipe and stuff back that I found out is either cancer or precancerous also have other medical issues like my brain tumor. But read this because I felt I could relate to it. Did I like it? Yes Four things I liked about this book: 1. I can relate to how she is feeling. For example how she says she feels like a grenade I feel the same about my medical issues and don't want to hurt my family/friends either. It was very emotional. 2. I love the love story between Hazel and Augustus 3. I like how she doesn't give up 4. I like the thing Augustus did for her at the end One thing I disliked: That Augustus dies it made me cry Do I recommend this book? Yes
Houston, TX
Bookworm Expert Level 1
352 reviews
i ve just finished the sob-fest that is 'The Fault in Our Stars' by John Green. It was recommended to me by my teenage daughter. I started to read it, out of a sense of obligation, to show an interest in her taste in books, and to have something for us to chat about. Knock my socks off, it's fantastic! Brilliant characterization from the start. It's terribly sad. I suggest you don't read it if you are unwell or depressed, but it raises some very deep philosophical issues about life, death, the universe and everything. It gives me a bit of hope that our young adults might not be scrambling their brains with screens all the time, but engaging with a beautifully written story with some challenging themes.
i ve just finished the sob-fest that is 'The Fault in Our Stars' by John Green. It was recommended to me by my teenage daughter. I started to read it, out of a sense of obligation, to show an interest in her taste in books, and to have something for us to chat about. Knock my socks off, it's fantastic! Brilliant characterization from the start. It's terribly sad. I suggest you don't read it if you are unwell or depressed, but it raises some very deep philosophical issues about life, death, the universe and everything. It gives me a bit of hope that our young adults might not be scrambling their brains with screens all the time, but engaging with a beautifully written story with some challenging themes.
Wildwood , MO
252 reviews
This book is wonderfully written I will say. I am only giving it theee stars because it still to me seemed like an expected love story. Things just were predictable for me. That said, the author does know how to tell a story, even when you can guess what is going to happen. I felt the characters pain, happiness and heartache. My daughter, who is 14 LOVED this book, so it might very well be an age thing for the reason this book wasn't a higher rating from me.
This book is wonderfully written I will say. I am only giving it theee stars because it still to me seemed like an expected love story. Things just were predictable for me. That said, the author does know how to tell a story, even when you can guess what is going to happen. I felt the characters pain, happiness and heartache. My daughter, who is 14 LOVED this book, so it might very well be an age thing for the reason this book wasn't a higher rating from me.
Amarillo
27 reviews
My youngest daughter has an aversion to reading unless it's Shakespear, about the Holocaust, or seriously tragic. This book meets her last criteria. Though the book is tragic, the story is sweet and the characters are relatable and loveable. I read this book and after she had time to read it, we attended the movie together and had a good cry. I think this is a MUST-READ. The Fault in Our Stars
My youngest daughter has an aversion to reading unless it's Shakespear, about the Holocaust, or seriously tragic. This book meets her last criteria. Though the book is tragic, the story is sweet and the characters are relatable and loveable. I read this book and after she had time to read it, we attended the movie together and had a good cry. I think this is a MUST-READ. The Fault in Our Stars
Brooklyn
55 reviews
Talk about a book that will make you cry. This book is perfect. Such a cute love story that took a unexpected turn. I read the book before i seen the movie and i loved it. The movie is just as good but the book does have more details of course. I have read this book 3 times. It’s a awesome read and i am glad to have it in my collection. The Fault in Our Stars
Talk about a book that will make you cry. This book is perfect. Such a cute love story that took a unexpected turn. I read the book before i seen the movie and i loved it. The movie is just as good but the book does have more details of course. I have read this book 3 times. It’s a awesome read and i am glad to have it in my collection. The Fault in Our Stars
Woodlawn
235 reviews
This was the first book that I read from John Green and got me reading his other novels. I loved this book so much that I went to the film the day it came out and it was such a great adaptation. The storyline of Gus and Hazel is a tear jerker and a the romantic Young Adult novel of the decade.
This was the first book that I read from John Green and got me reading his other novels. I loved this book so much that I went to the film the day it came out and it was such a great adaptation. The storyline of Gus and Hazel is a tear jerker and a the romantic Young Adult novel of the decade.
New York, NY
Bookworm Expert Level 1
392 reviews
This book and movie HURT. So well written and I was instantly hooked - I wish for a happier ending, but John Green knows how to evoke the most emotion out of his readers. I really thought this love story was special and I remember seeing it in theaters and everyone left in tears.
This book and movie HURT. So well written and I was instantly hooked - I wish for a happier ending, but John Green knows how to evoke the most emotion out of his readers. I really thought this love story was special and I remember seeing it in theaters and everyone left in tears.
321 reviews
This was a great solid read. So well written and especially on such a hard story. It is a very sad book when thinking about the larger scope of this being two teenagers in love with fatal illnesses, but it still is a read that you won't be able to put down.
This was a great solid read. So well written and especially on such a hard story. It is a very sad book when thinking about the larger scope of this being two teenagers in love with fatal illnesses, but it still is a read that you won't be able to put down.
Orangevale, CA
446 reviews
I remember the first time someone spoke to me about this book, telling me some quote about how the world wasn’t a wish factory. Before I read this book, that’s all I thought about and it was beautiful. This book however? Isn’t beautiful
I remember the first time someone spoke to me about this book, telling me some quote about how the world wasn’t a wish factory. Before I read this book, that’s all I thought about and it was beautiful. This book however? Isn’t beautiful
Santa Clarita
106 reviews
I’m not a big reader but I finished this book in a couple days. It was so addicting and so easy to read. It was so much better than the movie! I love how I can feel hazels feelings throughout the book. I would totally read it again!
I’m not a big reader but I finished this book in a couple days. It was so addicting and so easy to read. It was so much better than the movie! I love how I can feel hazels feelings throughout the book. I would totally read it again!
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