The Fault in Our Stars
Depression swims over the head of Hazel Grace Lancaster. She is a normal sixteen year old girl, except she has been diagnosed with thyroid cancer that is terminal, and has now spread to her lungs. After being advised to attend a cancer support group. Hazel then meets an intriguing fellow named Augustus Waters. Augustus is a survivor of osteosarcoma. Augustus and Hazel then become inseparable. When Hazel shares her most prized novel, An Imperial Affliction, with Augustus, they are soon determined to meet the beloved author of this novel. When going to Amsterdam to meet this author to have their many questions about the novel answered, it’s then that Augustus confesses his love for Hazel.They share a passionate kiss at the Anne Frank house, they are very much in love. While in Amsterdam the story then takes a very sharp turn, what happens to the love story of Augustus and Hazel?
Hazel believes that she is a grenade, just waiting to blow up and she's aware that she will die. It's now that she fears how her love for Augustus is becoming something more than she ever expected. Hazel wants very much to be in love with Augustus but doesn't want to cause him pain when she passes.
The love story of Augustus and Hazel finally begins to flourish while in Amsterdam. Although they have only been together for a small amount of days, their love is something stronger than imaginable.
"My love, I cannot tell you how thankful I am for our little infinity. I wouldn't trade it for the world. You gave me a forever within the numbered days, and I’m grateful.”
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“In its every aspect, The Fault in Our Stars is a triumph.” -Booklist, starred review
“A smartly crafted intellectual explosion of a romance.” -Kirkus, starred review
“An achingly beautiful story.” -SLJ, starred review
“John Green deftly mixes the profound and the quotidian in this tough, touching valentine to the human spirit.” -Washington Post