Title: the Fault in our stars
Author: John Green
Genre : fiction, Romance
Blurb : The narrator is Hazel Grace is a 16-year-old cancer patient.
She is forced by her parents to attend a Support Group. One day, she meets Augustus, there and he catches her eye. Augustus is a 17-year-old ex-basketball player, now an amputee.
They get to know each other, and Augustus, Hazel's new love, starts to feel the same feelings as her. She shares her favourite book with him, and together, they are obsessed about the book’s unsolved ending. They manage to contact the author, are invited to visit him in Amsterdam. Hazel’s dream has come true. Everything seems to be perfect for her, and her relationship with Augustus is going very well. But things don’t exactly go as planned... The author they meet in Amsterdam, Peter Van Houten, is actually really different from what they could imagine and Augustus’s cancer has returned... How are Hazel and Augustus going to get over it?
Why we chose this book:
“A lot of my friends recommended me this book and I don’t regret reading it.”
“A friend of mine told me that she cried a lot when she read the end of the book and that she found it awesome. She also kept telling me to read it because she was sure that I was going to love it.”
What I enjoyed about the book is that “it was simple to read and very
humorous, deep and tragic at the same time. This book is full of surprises. Unexpected things happen without you suspecting just little bit of it. Even though the book is really good the end is quite tragic and
“It is my favorite book because it’s a hilarious and heart-breaking story at the same time. You feel the emotions of the principal character/narrator, Hazel Grace.”
We would recommend this book to readers who like romantic, tragic and philosophical stories, teenagers and young adult girls who like being touched when they read a book.
Caution: emotional girls get your tissues out!
Level: There is a lot of vocabulary and it is philosophical. We don’t recommend this book for beginners.
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