The Fault In Our Stars is definitely one of those books, which are impossible to put down and one wouldn’t mind reading it again and again because of its exceptionally written quotes and dialogues. John Green in this small book has undoubtedly depicted the inevitability of life in an absolutely phenomenal manner.
This heart breaking story is narrated by a depressed 16 year old girl, Hazel Grace Lanchester, who is dying, from cancer in her failing lungs. On enforcement of her mother she joins a support group where she meets Augustus Waters, a brilliant twist in the story, another 16 year old cancer patient, who loses his leg from this life-threatening disease.
Augustus’s persona makes it explicable that his and Hazel’s intellectual level is quite similar, which is why they become best friends with each other very quickly. Hazel shares about her interests and her deep love for her most favorite…
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