As soon as I heard about this book I was very intrigued by it and knew at some point it would make its way onto my book shelf!
I purchased the book off of Kobo, and read it- I then went out the next day and purchased it at chapters. Need I say more? I think you can already catch the drift that this book is incredibly written and is full of one intense moment after the next.
As you read this book, you fall in love with Hazel and Augustus. Not just because they are a cute, young couple- but because you can feel the connection they have with each other. You can also feel the way Hazel deals with having cancer. She deals in such a profound way with such an amazing outlook on life- for such a young girl.
John Green does a great job at helping the reader not only connect with the main characters, but also helps the reader connect with the supporting characters throughout the book.
When I finished this book- I was in awe. The Fault In Our Stars made me feel such deep compassion for every character in the book. I recommended you read this book as soon as you can- and be sure to remember your tissues, as you will need them.
The Fault In Our Stars was also made into a movie, which I saw.. and to be honest it is one of the only book to movie re makes that I was highly impressed with. They couldn’t have picked better actors- I felt the same awe feeling in the movie as I did with the book.
“Sometimes, you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book.”
― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars
Lots of love, L&A