The Fault In Our Stars

John Green

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have cancer?

Hazel Grace, a young teenager with cancer doesn't expect her life to change suddenly when she goes to a support group and meets a handsome boy named Augustus Waters that turns her world upside down as they adventure together and gain a whole new level of emotions.

About the author:

John Green is the New York Times bestselling author of Looking for Alaska, An Abundance of Katherines, Paper Towns, and The Fault In Our Stars. In 2006 he received the Michael L. Printz award, a 2009 Edgar Award winner, and has twice been a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. His books have been published in more than a dozen languages. Green was inspired by a woman named Esther Earl to write The Fault In Our Stars whom he met at a Harry Potter conference. They met many times before she died.

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Book Review:

This book is about teens fighting against cancer. Parents need to know that this book may be uncomfortable for sensitive readers. Characters tell about what its like to be dying, characters lose eyes, legs, etc. There is some swearing and drinking and the two main characters do have some sexual interaction though it is only detailed briefly. This is a mature and powerful story. Hazel not only tells about what its like to by dying and know about it, but she also tells about how it feels to lose somebody, but also how to love herself and others even though it may bring pain. I recommend this book towards mature readers. This book through all of what is said above it brings hope, and shows warmth towards other people. It is an emotional book that may even bring some to tears. This book explains different emotions as it wraps into wonderful story.

Feedback from readers:

160 reviews from kids have been made about this book.

10 reviews from parents have been made also.

This book has a rating of 4 our of 5 stars.

This book has been sent out to middle schools and English classes everywhere.


"Funny . . . Poignant . . . Luminous." -Entertainment Weekly

"Remarkable . . . A pitch-perfect, elegiac comedy." -USA Today

"A smarter, edgier Love Story for the Net Generation" -Family Circle