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by John Green
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AMAITKEN.COM Book Reviews rated it 1 year ago
Apparently I read this in a day. I’m not so sure if I did, probably a couple of days and I just didn’t record exactly when I started. I don’t remember when I read it, but I’ll have you know that I was glued to this book. I thought it wouldn’t be amazing (I’ve already seen the movie) and I thought i...
danae rated it 1 year ago
I liked this more than I thought I would. I probably had lower expectations because my best friend didn't like it much. Haha. I did actually really like this one, though. I don't blame Hazel for the way she treats her parents. She was grieving and they were, at times, insensitive to that. The endi...
Ali In Book Wonder
Ali In Book Wonder rated it 1 year ago
Hey everyone and how's it going? How's life? Me! I'm doing fantastic. I just have been chilling and reading and planning. Today, I bring you a review yay! On what book? I have no idea...Just Kidding! :D I will be reviewing John Green's "The Fault in Our Stars." Let's get started! First, I will need ...
bookwormlucy rated it 2 years ago
First read in May 201320th June 2014
Freda's Voice
Freda's Voice rated it 2 years ago
Tissues, please!!What an incredible story!Augustus is an admirable young man, that I am still at a loss over. I feel deeply crushed, and can only imagine how Hazel feels. Cancer.It hits every family, somehow. Sad to think, but even sadder when they don't get to live a long full life like the rest o...
TheBrainintheJar rated it 2 years ago
You can trace growth if you follow Green’s novels in the order they came out. In Alaska, he used literature as a way to live his fantasies. On Stars, he used literature to come to terms with a devastating experience. Paper Towns is a direct response to Alaska. If that one was wish-fulfillment, this ...
the reading chronicles
the reading chronicles rated it 2 years ago
Despite the tumor-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 complet...
Jocelyn (The Reading World)
Jocelyn (The Reading World) rated it 2 years ago
Reading experience can be summed up in a series of haphazard expectations and results:Expectation No. 1: This, unfortunately, has nothing to do with the book and requires a brief and unapologetically boring backstory. For the last four months, I've been readingThree Kingdoms, which has 2,000 pages o...
The Blogging of a Book Addict
The Blogging of a Book Addict rated it 2 years ago
Update: I reread this book because a) I love it and b) I wanted to see if my opinions changed at all on a second read. I can now unequivocally confirm that I still love this book and everything I said about it in my original review is one hundred percent accurate. I admit, this book is not perfect....
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it 2 years ago
There are so many things about this book that just exhausted me from beginning to end which is why I gave it half a star. At first, I gave it one star because I thought that Green's description of Amsterdam was fantastic. However, that in the end was not enough to pull this book up when I thought ab...
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