Hazel has cancer. Augustus has cancer too. Different kinds, different severities, but somehow they find themselves at the literal heart of Jesus Christ together. After this Cancer support group they are sent into a great journey with each other. Whether it is bonding over a novel that has no true end and looking for answers for it or debating about nonsmoking smokers this novel keeps you enthralled. A book like this doesn’t need action scenes to make it a good book. It is just an amazing book on its own. This book is perfect the way it is. It is a story deserves and wants to be told. Though it may be fiction I am sure you will find something real and true to take out of it.
I usually find it quite easy to share my opinions on a book and am able to review it with ease as well. Let’s just say this is so not the case with this review. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is not a book that is easily reviewed, mainly because you feel as if no words are adequate enough to fully explain the greatness of this book. It makes you feel the feels. I mean one moment you are laughing at something completely cynical and hilarious that Hazel and Augustus seem to just exude and the next moment you’re not sure if you will ever stop crying. I have tried my best to explain my love for this book though I am afraid the words I want to use do not exist or at least I have not found ones that suite what I truly want to say. Trust me on this one, it’s a great book and a journey you want to read and experience for sure. If you hadn’t already guessed I gave this book 5/5 star.