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The Fault in Our Stars

By 11:34 pm

By John Green 

- Goodreads -

Despite the tumour-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.

Review - No spoilers 

I just finished this book and I'm really sorry if this review doesn't make any sense but my words are a bit jumbled right now. I am sure you have either heard or read this book as the hype surrounding it is very big. As a blogger I sort of felt obligated to read it and I have been recommended it so many time, so finally I was able to get it at my school library. Now if you have not read this book you need to drop anything you're reading and read this somehow!

The writing style for me in this book wasn't all that great. It was very simplistic and sort of amateur but I find it means that anybody can read it. People who are non-readers can read it which means this books greatness can be shared with anybody. I found it slightly weird though because the writing was simple but there was a lot of talk about really serious matters.

I really like the protagonist, Hazel. She is very brave character battling cancer when she knows she can die any moment. I obviously fell in love with Augustus Waters and his quirky personality. The characters were well done and there isn't much else I can really say....I just loved the characters!

The concept of this book is obviously a very important one. I think it is very important for teenagers to explore it as it really reminds you that life isn't all rainbows and sunshine. I also found it very touching as my younger brothers friend has cancer and I found it really easy to relate too. This is a very emotional book and many people said they cried but I didn't as I don't really cry in books.

There's nothing much I can really say about this book. Just trust me when I say it was brilliant and you should go read it. There's nothing much I can really say...this review kind of failed. I'm really sorry but my mind is refusing to let me create any proper words. The Fault in Our Stars will forever have a place in my heart but I think I didn't enjoy it as much as I don't really go for these genres but boy was it amazing...

In the end I give it:



  1. GAH. The feels!!! I freaking love this book and I loved Gus. So glad you loved this :) So sad about your brother's friend.


  2. I have this one sitting on my bookshelf and I actually started reading it at one point... then put it down a little ways in as I knew what was going to happen and really didn't want it to. :( Maybe I'll pick it up again someday.

    Great review! :)

  3. I'm so glad you loved it! You always know a book is brilliant when you're lost with what to say! :D

    1. Yes that is very true. I just didn't know what to say!

  4. This book has been sitting on my bookshelf for a while now and I even started reading it at one point but because I knew what was going to happen, I put it down... Hopefully I'll go back to it one day!

    Great review! I'm glad you loved it too! :D