A Lot of Grown Up Stuff: A Page Turners Review of John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars”

11 06 2015

81N-m6WpExLJohn Green’s The Fault in Our Stars is about a girl named Hazel Grace Lancaster with stage four thyroid cancer in her lungs. After months of prescription drugs, reality television, and An Imperial Affliction (Hazel’s favorite book) Hazel finally joins Cancer Kid support group. When Hazel goes to support group, she meets a seventeen year old cancer patient named Augustus Waters who loves symbols, metaphors, and “Counterinsurgence” (a video game). Little does Hazel know she found her perfect match.

My favorite part of the book is when Hazel is feeling disappointed and sought help from Augustus. I love this book because it deals with situations that society faces today. I hope you like it as well! (Just so you know, this book contains a lot of grown up stuff.)

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11 06 2015
Anna

I love this book!!😱😱😱😱😱😱

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