‘The Fault in Our Stars’ Review

Today I’m reviewing John Green’s popular movie-turned-novel The Fault in Our Stars. The sarcastic but beautiful novel follows Hazel Lancaster, a sixteen-year-old thyroid cancer patient, and Augustus Waters, a seventeen-year-old osteosarcoma patient. The two meet in a cancer support group and it just goes from there.

DO NOT read this book while wearing regular mascara, or without tissues. 


Trust me, you’ll need waterproof mascara and tissues. No one likes having runny makeup AND a runny nose, am I right?

Don’t get me wrong, it truly is a great book. Sarcastic, hilarious, realistic, and with an amazing new outlook on life and love.

Rating: 10/10


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