Book 58: The Fault in our Stars by John Green

PIMG_4576The Fault in our Stars by John Green

Finished reading on July 17, 2013

Rating 9/10

If you want to make a girl (or maybe a boy) cry, give them this book. So I blame my boyfriend for making me cry even before lunchtime because he gave me this book.

I liked this book quite a lot. The characters were awesome. Smart, ironic and sarcastic teenagers having to deal with cancer and death, but mostly life.

It was interesting, since the main characters were smarter than average.

There wasn’t much going on in the book (except having cancer), although Hazel and Augustus (two main characters) did spend some time in Amsterdam, mostly it took place in the US.

It was sad. The two last chapters were the saddest, I caught myself thinking that it would be quite awful to read those final chapters over a long time, just a few pages at a time, because then you’d be crying every day for quite some time…

Otherwise, if you look beyond the sad parts and the inevitable ending, it was great.

One thought on “Book 58: The Fault in our Stars by John Green

  1. I thought I was the only one who found Hazel and Augustus more intelligent than the average teenager. Haha. This book is one of the saddest books I’ve read, ever.

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