Sunday, December 1, 2013

The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars: John Green
Release date: 2012
Rating: 5 stars

The Fault in Our Stars (commonly known as TFIOS) is told from the perspective of the young seventeen-year-old Hazel Grace Lancaster. Hazel is different from other seventeen-year-old girls. She doesn't drink, go to clubs, crash parties, and her parents are her two best friends. There is one thing that does make Hazel different, however.
Hazel Grace Lancaster has cancer, and she is going to die. 
Hazel has come to terms with her cancer and is just trying to get by for the sake of her parents. That's why Hazel takes so many medications and attends the boring Support Group. Support Group is supposed to help survivors join together and help each other, but it only succeeds in having Hazel hate to go to every meeting. However, in the most unlikely place, Hazel Grace Lancaster meets the handsome cancer survivor, Augustus Waters. Together, the couple will bond together to live in their own little infinity.

Words cannot express how amazing this book was. I laughed, cried, and had my feels generally destroyed. TFIOS completely turned my world upside-down. I gave this book to all of my reader friends and they absolutely adored this book. John Green captivated readers hearts from page one. You definitely DON'T want to miss this book.  



  1. Hey! I really need to read this book as everyone loves it :) I have nominated you for the Liebster Award which you can check out here:

    Much Love, Tanya x

  2. Yeah this was a really sweet book. But somehow I prefer 'Paper Towns' to this one. That one wasn't as overtly sentimental as TFioS yet it hits you in just the right spot.


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