fault in our stars review

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book: fault in our stars author: john green favorable review



after reading the tragic, heart breaking book, the fault in our stars, by john green, i was left with a strange feeling i’ve never felt before. it was a combination of relief, sadness, and a sense
of connection to the characters. the main characters hazel and augustus, both diagnosed with different types of cancer, fall into each other’s laps at a support group session. instantly clicking,
the two teenagers spent all their time together soon becoming more than ‘just friendly’.



i think the book was very well written. there was always a strong voice leading the story along, while also incorporating a sense of humor and intelligence to the characters. the struggles that
faced hazel and augustus were very well thought out and critical to the book. the way the book was written i felt as if i was talking straight to hazel. i felt what she felt, saw what she saw and
in the end, i’m pretty sure i was more upset than hazel was.



although this book was written on a very touchy topic, i think it was explained well and gave the reader an insight on what it feels like to go through what these young teenagers fought against.
it’s amazing how real the characters seemed as i was reading, i never wanted to close the book. augustus and hazel shared the same personality and humor which helped them get through the pain they
faced. despite the fact that they were struggling so hard, they never let that be an excuse to be lazy or to not have fun. they lived every moment as if it was there last because for them… you
never know what could happen.



i highly recommend this book, john green wrote with such passion and sense of the character, it made it easy to follow along. all ages from 13 and up should read this 313 page book if you enjoy
humor, happiness, and don’t mind shedding a tear or two. this is a fantastic book and i would give it a solid 5 out of 5 stars.

Submitted: November 19, 2017

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Book: Fault in our stars

Author: John Green

Favorable review

 

After reading the tragic, heart breaking book, The Fault in Our Stars, by John Green, I was left with a strange feeling i’ve never felt before. It was a combination of relief, sadness, and a sense of connection to the characters. The main characters Hazel and Augustus, both diagnosed with different types of cancer, fall into each other’s laps at a support group session. Instantly clicking, the two teenagers spent all their time together soon becoming more than ‘just friendly’.

 

I think the book was very well written. There was always a strong voice leading the story along, while also incorporating a sense of humor and intelligence to the characters. The struggles that faced Hazel and Augustus were very well thought out and critical to the book. The way the book was written I felt as if I was talking straight to Hazel. I felt what she felt, saw what she saw and in the end, I’m pretty sure I was more upset than hazel was.

 

Although this book was written on a very touchy topic, I think it was explained well and gave the reader an insight on what it feels like to go through what these young teenagers fought against. It’s amazing how real the characters seemed as I was reading, I never wanted to close the book. Augustus and Hazel shared the same personality and humor which helped them get through the pain they faced. Despite the fact that they were struggling so hard, they never let that be an excuse to be lazy or to not have fun. They lived every moment as if it was there last because for them… you never know what could happen.

 

I highly recommend this book, John Green wrote with such passion and sense of the character, it made it easy to follow along. All ages from 13 and up should read this 313 page book if you enjoy humor, happiness, and don’t mind shedding a tear or two. This is a fantastic book and I would give it a solid 5 out of 5 stars.


 


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