My review of The Fault In Our Stars will not be the first but it won’t be the last either. I believe, that just like The Hobbit it will be a book marvelled at and I can tell you this… cried at. I have never cried at a book before and I really couldn’t help crying at this one . Somehow John Green writes characters that you fall in love with, be it their charm, their looks or their beautiful personality everyone falls in love with those characters.
I already knew the ending. I managed to dodge what happened even though I wasn’t reading the book and was on Tumblr until my friend ran up to me and screamed “*MASSIVE SPOILER SO I WON’T BE A DICK AND RUIN IT*” And then I knew that even when I started to read the book, my mind would already be shattered before I got to know the characters.
When I had a free day off because NUT teachers decided to strike, my dad was off to Spalding so I grabbed him before he went and asked him to pick up a copy of The Fault In Our Stars and when he got back he threw a bag at me and went off into the kitchen to feed the dogs while I jumped around like a child. Then I got down to reading. One week and three days later I have finished the book and cannot describe how I felt as I sat on the floor reading those last few words.
It is a beautiful book about a girl name Hazel and a boy named Augustus. Hazel has cancer while Augustus did have cancer which left him with a prosthetic leg. It sounds like a cliché book but it really isn’t and it will make you well up with feelings. The film I am not yet sure about, but I will give it a chance when I see it with my friends in June whether that be before or after we see The Purge 2 (which I am so excited about!)
I hope you enjoyed reading this post, and have a lovely day. One thing I can guarantee is that on May 30th, after I get home I’ll be sat here writing about A Million Ways To Die In The West the film! 🙂