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The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars

2012 . Young Adult Fiction, Romance, Social Themes . John Green

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The Fault in Our Stars

About the book

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The beloved, #1 global bestseller by John Green, author of The Anthropocene Reviewed and Turtles All the Way Down “John Green is one of the best writers alive.” –E. Lockhart, #1 bestselling author of We Were Liars “The greatest romance story of this decade.″ –Entertainment Weekly #1 New York Times Bestseller • #1 Wall Street Journal Bestseller • #1 USA Today Bestseller • #1 International Bestseller Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel’s story is about to be completely rewritten. From John Green, #1 bestselling author of The Anthropocene Reviewed and Turtles All the Way Down, The Fault in Our Stars is insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw. It brilliantly explores the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.

Year:

2012

Language:

English

Publisher:

Penguin

Pages:

336

ISBN:

1101569182 (ISBN13: 9781101569184)

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Reviews

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Aritra Roy

6 months ago

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Brilliant read. Books are much better than movies and this case is no exception. Although I have nothing against the movie, it is a good watch, but the book is certainly much better. John green certainly shows the non-pity life both the characters lead yet suffering from a disease which might have no cure. Loved John's writing style, very fluent, not showing too much grief yet makes the readers cry from time to time. A must read for sure.

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Megan Pritchard

7 months ago

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I read this book when I was younger, equal parts beautiful and painful. John Green really is an incredible writer.

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Ginevra Virginia

5 days ago

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Good book, but I would never re-read this book. I’m more mature

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Sofia Nemeth

2 months ago

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Nothing special and really overhyped. It was pretty nicely written but the story wasn't there for me. Green has written better books

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gina O

3 months ago

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I remember tearing up at 13. Don’t know if it’s because it truly made me sad or because I felt like I had to

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Maria aaaaaaaaaaa

3 months ago

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I don't really remember much, because I read this book around year 2015. But I do remember loving the book more than the adaptation. So, an 8 for me!

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Ayane Ricart Taniguchi

3 months ago

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So sad, so sad! I can’t help it but pity the characters all the time. Dear John Green, the version in Spanish does not do justice to your beautiful writing. I probably didn’t enjoy it as much because of that.

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Nia Noel-Parke

3 months ago

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i cried a bit when augustus died, this book really did make me laugh and feel sad at times. the fact augustus wrote the letter to van houten on his death bed about hazel, it just sent me. would definitely recommend this book

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Aimee Diana

3 months ago

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I made the mistake of watching the film before reading the book, so I had high expectations when going into this book, and most of them were met! It had me crying throughout more than the film did. It’s a very sweet and heartwarming story of two people falling in love when the clock is slowly ticking.

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Isabella Rawnsley

3 months ago

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A wonderful story with loveable characters. Pulls at your heart strings massively.

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cristine gil

4 months ago

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I read it because my cousin gave it to me, but actually it's not my cup of tea. Some scenes touched my heart and made me cry.

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Makayla Reed

8 months ago

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It was great for it's time, but it definitely has not aged well

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T.R. S.

9 months ago

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For me it fell too cliched in it's Nicholas Sparks vive. I knew who was going to die at the end. And while John Green was inspired by a real girl with this disease to write it, in the end it became another trope-filled story that romantizises and idealizes terminal illness for the inspiration of able-bodied, healthy people.

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Gemmia Clegg

9 months ago

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I love that book. I read so many times and I cried some. I love reading more deeper to know what happened.

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Zala Borovinšek

9 months ago

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It made me cry for a long time. Amazing story and well written.

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Madwei Mannath

10 months ago

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I was not ready for the way it ended. I cried for so long. It was such a sweet and warm read. The ending left me heartbroken. Great salute to author, he wrote and expressed so beautifully. This was a emotional roller coaster read.

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Gurleen Jaura

1 year ago

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I never Usually Cry after watching movie or reading any Book but this Book was just great

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Ocean Peach

1 year ago

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At first I was taken aback by the vulgar language, since I’m not used to that kind of vocabulary in books, but once I was able to ignore it, it was a nice read. Overall it was quite emotional and had me crying by the end. Moreover, it was quite realistic and believable. John Green’s books never fail to entertain me

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Kirtika Das

1 year ago

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It is a great book to read. A light rom-com which will leave u in tears.

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Shopping Smarty

1 year ago

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If you are in love and confused should read this book. It will make you understand of you are actually in love or is it just an infatuation

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megan rectenwald

1 year ago

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Easily one of the best books I ever read as when I was young. The movie adaptation is incredible as well!

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Aakash Cookie

1 year ago

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One of the best books ever. It made me cry in the end. Such an unexpected twist.

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Juliet Beck

1 year ago

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Sad, but very nice. It is a sweet and romantic love story that my day happier

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Ellie Burgess

1 year ago

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Read years ago in the space of 3 days and wanted to read before the movie was released, was not disappointed

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Aya Mariam El-Zayat

1 year ago

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It moved me in a way many few books have ever moved me. It’s in my top 5

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Cecile Taylor

1 year ago

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Overrated for me tbh. Was “the book everyones talking about” when i read it. Well written and good characters, just not for me really. Have read better in this genre.

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Ava Matza

2 years ago

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In my opinion, this book is for younger kids or less mature teens. The Fault in Our Stars was pretty much the worst book I’ve ever read.

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Elena Marañón image

2 years ago

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I cried a lot!!! But loved it

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Alexander Leit

3 months ago

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Never have I cried so much

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Chiara Lozito

4 months ago

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So bad, it didn’t made me feel anything at all.

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