The Fault in our Stars
By: John Green
Hazel is a 17 year old cancer fighter. She is trying to beat her stage 4 thyroid cancer. She tells her mom that she wants to be a normal teenager. She wants to go to parties, drive, go on vacations, and do whatever any normal teenager would do. Her mind is telling her that she can do it, but her body is holding her back.
Augustus Waters was an amazing basketball player, until cancer hit his right leg. Soon after, it was amputated. Yeah, that limited some of the things he can an cannot do. But that didn't stop him from living his life to the fullest.
He believed highly in metaphors. One time he slid a cigarette between his teeth, a big goofy smile grew between his ears and he said, "It's a metaphor, see: You out the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don't give it the power to do its killing."
Honestly, I would love to be friends with them but, I don't at the same time. Because what if something happens to them and they get even more sick, or possibly worse.
He is Augustus best friend who is also the one who brought Augustus to the support group, where he met Hazel. Isaac suffers from eye cancer on his right eye.
She is very protective of Hazel and stays home to watch her. But she is a very loving and a nice lady that wants the best for Hazel.
Her dad loves Hazel so much that he cries over her because he doesn't want her to be sick. But he barley sees Hazel because he has to work.
Peter Van Houten
The author of Hazel's favorite book, An Imperial Affliction.
The problem was never really solved. Hazel ended up loosing Augustus to the deadly sickness.
Liked? Or Disliked?
I liked the book more because it has a lot more detail and description to it. But, the movie was great too
It shows that even when they are at there worst, they never gave up.