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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.
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  1. Hazel has cancer, meaning she doesn’t know what to do with her rest of her life. Who could? Hazel than meets a mysterious guy, Augustus Waters. Augustus changes her life for the better and she’s very grateful for it, but she doesn’t want to break his heart when she dies. Hazel and Augustus have what you might think is a perfect relationship – or it would be perfect, if cancer wasn’t constantly against them. I don’t know what to say about The Fault In Our Stars, I want to say it was an amazing book, but it wasn’t an amazing book… it was a heart-breaking book about a girl trying not to fall in love because she knew she would eventually die and leave the one she loved behind. The end of the Fault in our stars was a disappointment. It was because it didn’t really end how you really, really, really wished it would, but I think the point or the moral of the book was that cancer does not always end happily. The whole way through the book, you hoped that it was going to have that fairy tale ending, but that isn’t how life works. Life brings disappointment, it upsets, it kills, it destroys. But it also brings joy, love, sacrifice, heartbreak, friendship.100% 5 Stars! I’ve rated it 5 stars because it was so easy to relate to and realistic and I think it’s great to read more realistic books sometimes, rather than just drowning yourself in fantasies that are never going to come true.

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  2. This book is my favourite book ever. And I am NOT exaggerating! The story is about a girl named Hazel. She is diagnosed with cancer in her lungs at a young age, and now survives with one lung. This captivating novel bought me to floods of tears (Honestly, I cried non-stop for an hour) so if you are into a bit of romance or comedy or tear jerkers, this is the perfect book for you. Hazel meets this boy named Augustus Waters at her support group. Gus used to have cancer, but sacrificed his leg to get rid of it. This heart-warming story leads you on an emotional roller coaster – you will cry, smile and laugh as John Green takes you on a journey you will never forget. A hands down 5 out of 5!

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  3. This book is another beautiful story written by John Green. It has a beautiful story line to it and it is so easy to fall in love with the characters and you really feel like you are there with them, experiencing everything they are. It is about a teenage girl named Hazel who has has cancer and her story is so beautifully. I love the whole story and definitely couldn’t pick a favourite part. The whole book is so beautifully written and is very different from any other book I have read. I really enjoyed it and would happily read this book over and over again. I would recommend it to anyone 12 and up who loves an emotional story and I would rate this book 10/10. It is definitely one you can put down until you have finished!

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  4. The fault in our stars would have to be one of the saddest books I have read. It Is a cancer story about a love between two cancer survivors and their journeys. Let me tell you that if you are not into sad books then you definitely should not read this. It is a really touching story and John Green has definitely done this very well. It is written in the perspective of a teenager with cancer which makes it even more emotional to read. John Green is a fantastic writer because of the unique writing style and your ability to capture the reader’s heart. The Fault in Our Stars is a book I would recommend to anyone and everyone!

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  5. Emilie said:

    Hazel is 16 and is afraid to go to the support group, but she soon she recognises that it was a good idea. Hazel meets a young boy named Augustus Waters. He is charming and bright. Augustus has had osteosarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer, but has recently had the all clear. If you enjoy young adult books, full of witty humour and heartbreaking events, this book is perfect for you. Expect to laugh, cry and smile throughout this masterpiece by the amazing John Green. I highly recommend this book. I rate it 10/10.

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  6. I believe that the book the fault in our stars is inspirational and also is a great book to read as it is about teenagers and how they fall in love which is what most girls love to read. I like this book because it shows us how to be strong when times are hard and when life is hard but the people around you love you and will support you. I thought that the characters were different and were very strong and showed us how to believe and never give up in ourselves. It’s a book to definitely read!

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  7. I first read this book when i was 9 and still to this day it is my all time favourite! The way John Green portrays his characters is outstanding which is also one of many reasons that John Green is my favourite author.
    The Fault In Our Stars is about a teenage girl called Hazel who has lung cancer and is locked in her room without friends and is unable to attend school. Because of her lack of social life Hazels mum insists that she goes to a support group where other people who have had cancer share their stories. That is where she meets Augustus. Hazel and Augustus soon become very close friends, and it turns into love throughout the story.
    I would definitely recommend this book to anyone over the age of 13. I rate it a 11/10.

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  8. i love this movie I would recommend the book the fault in our stars. This is by far one of my favourite books and I’m sure you will love it as much as i did. It was a very sad ending but the journey thy go on in the book sure does have its ups and downs of happiness and sadness. This book will defiantly make you cry and you will never get bored with it and will just want to keep reading on. I would give this book a 9/10 because I love it so much. I like how the storyline has a very unexpected twist at the end and something happens that you didn’t suspect.

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  9. This book is absolutely gorgeous. It rips your heart in so many ways. You cry and laugh. The characters are amazing, I don’t want to give anything away but it is a beautifully written book. I hope you love it as much as I did and still do!!

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  10. This book is a beautiful tear-jerker and heartwarming story. You will definitely need a pack of tissues when reading this book! I love this book so much that I have read it over five times. It is about a teenage girl named hazel that has cancer in her lungs, and she needs a machine to breath properly. Hazel didn’t have an exciting life, that is until she met Augustus. He turns her life around and they soon become very close friends. My favorite part of this book is when Hazel and Gus went to the Anne Frank house together because this shows that ill or sick people aren’t at a disadvantage. My favorite character was Augustus. I think that he was very caring and funny as well. I would definitely recommend this book to someone in their teenage years and I would rate it a 10/10

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  11. The Fault In Our Stars is utterly amazing. Hazel and Gus are perfect and just and are a cute as couple. This is probably one of my all time favourite books. Once you pick it up, its not going anywhere else until the book is finished. I love the book and how it all begins and sets the story. The only thing that i wish was different is how it ends with Augustus dying, but overall The Fault In Our Stars is simply incredible and i rate it 10/10 and would recommend it to yr7s+

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  12. The Fault in our Stars is one of the most gorgeous books you will ever read, with heartbreak romance and even humorous thrown in the mix, it is definitely one to pick up. The part that I loved most about this novel was the characters, in particular Hazel. I love how you follow in her mind, through the anxiousness of treatment, to her mind being put at ease by Augustus and his romantic picnic plans. Despite the ups and downs throughout the novel, it ends on a slight sad note with the passing of a character, but is yet open for your mind to wander a little more into what might just happen to the rest of the characters after it’s all over. I would recommend this book to people over the age of 13, and would rate this a 10/10 – a tear jerking yet feel good story of a boy and a girl both going through their struggles and making the best of ever moment.

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  13. This book was so beautiful, the author John Green, wrote this book in such a clever but heartbreaking way that I think made a big impact on a lot of people who read this book. If there is a movie that is based on a book I normally watch the movie, but this time I decided to read the book first for something different and I’m so glad I did. I connected to the storyline more and really felt what was going through Hazels mind at the time. This book left so many people talking after they finished reading it and for me it left me wanting more. The novel portrayed both love, hope and suffering that worked so well and left me in tears. The fault in our stars would have to be one of the saddest books I have read with such a big twist that I never could have predicted. I recommend this novel for ages 14+ for you to really understand the storyline. The novel is written for more mature people but overall I loved it so much and it showed me how great of an author John Green is.

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  14. I love the Fault in our Stars and John Green has done an amazing job at writing it. It is a sad story but ends on a happy note. It is about the sad reality of cancer and how it effects peoples lives differently. The story follows Hazel, a girl with lung cancer who has to take an oxygen tank with her everywhere. She meets Augustus and they become friends. The story tells about their ups and downs through life with cancer and how they deal with it. I would give this an 8/10 as it is sad but really good.

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  15. This book is a very heartwarming but sad tale of a girl named Hazel Grace Lancaster and her journey with cancer. She meets a boy named Augustus Waters and they become friends, and slowly fall in love.
    The book goes through twists and turns and really changes the way you think. I love the way it gives a complete insight into the mind and experiences of a person, young or old, who is being forced to go through a horrible event like cancer.
    This book is a funny and romantic rollercoaster of happiness and sadness. I absolutely loved reading it and watching the film with Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort playing Hazel and Gus.
    The book enthrals you and brings you in and then when you finish, you sit there wondering what happened. I really enjoyed the story and would absolutely recommend reading/watching it.

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  16. Trinity said:

    The Fault in our stars is a beautiful book that includes sadness and love. I loved every page of this book and couldn’t stop reading it! It is about a girl named Hazel who has cancer. She meets a boy named Augustus who is also struggling through cancer. He is an interesting but sweet character. Although he suffered a severe illness, he didn’t let it stop him living life to the fullest. This book demonstrates bravery and is inspiring. I recommend reading this book if you are 12+ as it is a beautiful story.

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  17. This movie has many laughs and ups and downs and overall is a fun romantic movie to watch. If you love romance, this is definitely a cute version of that. I love this movie also because it is different. It depicts the typical life of a young girl and what they go through our age in this world. I would recommend this movie for young teens who are interested in romance and laughter. I would rate This movie an 8/10!

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  18. Hannah said:

    I read this book at the beginning of last year and it is still and will probably always be one of my favourites. The Fault in Our Stars is a whole lot different to the books I normally tend to read however I loved every page of it. Despite cancer playing a major role in the story it still isn’t a ‘cancer book’ that Hazel herself dislikes so much, it is a book about two young people that meet because of cancer and they give each other an infinity in numbered days. Many people might not want to read this book because after the first page you can tell that it’s going to be sad, but those people would miss the hilarious dialogue, the thought-provoking quotes, and most of all a kind of romance that can only be found in books.
    All of John Green’s books are terrific and this one was no different, I would recommend this book to everyone that is able to read (and also those who can’t).

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  19. Bella said:

    A sad but yet wonderful read. The fault in our stars is a beautiful book that is an easy read that may leave you in tears. I cannot pick a favourite character because I love them all so much. I recommend it to any teenage girl wanting something that lives up to its expectations. If you are thinking of a book that has romance, humour, sadness, happiness and so much more than this is the book for you. Borrow it for the holidays, I bet you won’t be able to get your head out of it and you will finish it within just a few hours or days. A nice way to relax after assessments and exams. I would rate it a 10/10.

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  20. Hannah said:

    This was one of the best books I have ever ever read! It was an amazing story with an incredible storyline which is so heart written. The characters were amazing as well and they all came from different backgrounds but it all made sense while reading it. I have read this book mulitple times over and over again and it has always left me in tears, which is why I keep reading it. I liked all the characters especially Hazel as she looks so soft but she is as tough as nails on the inside, but that is what makes her special.
    I rate this book 12+ and I give it a mark of 9/10

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  21. The Fault In Our Stars is a fantastic book about a young teenage girl who has been diagnosed with lung cancer and attends a cancer support group. As a way to ‘socialize’.
    Hazel is 16 and is unwilling to attend the support group, but she soon sees that it was a great idea. Hazel meets a handsome boy named Augustus Waters. He is adventurous and charming. Augustus has had osteosarcoma,which has scarred him for life, but has recently had the all clear. Augustus and hazel begin on an adventure of a lifetime full of love, aspirations, sadness and romance,. They travel to Amsterdam in search of Peter Van Houten the author of hazels favourite book. While on their adventure Augustus tells hazel a distressing announcement. both of their worlds crumble and fall apart around them.
    If you love romance, witty humour and a good cry then this book is perfect for you. I recommend this book for all teenagers who love a captivating read.

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  22. The fault in our stars is one of my all-time favourite books. This book is so cleverly written it makes you feel all the characters pain and sufferings, you feel attached to the characters and all they do. Writing about the topic of cancer can be seen as “predictable” or even “boring”. But the way it is approached in this book is amazing. I personally love Hazel, she is such a strong-minded young women who speaks the truth. At first, I wasn’t a huge fan of Gus but after reading what he would do for Hazel made me love him so much. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a laugh and a good cry (a lot of crying).

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  23. The fault in our stars is one of my all-time favourite books. This book is so cleverly written it makes you feel all the characters pain and sufferings, you feel attached to the characters and all they do. Writing about the topic of cancer can be seen as “predictable” or even “boring”. But the way it is approached in this book is amazing. I personally love Hazel, she is such a strong-minded young women who speaks the truth. At first, I wasn’t a huge fan of Gus but after reading what he would do for Hazel made me love him so much. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves a laugh and a good cry (a lot of crying).

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  24. I love “The fault in our stars” it is a beautiful story. It defiantly needs more than 3 Hankies. my favourite part is when they go on a trip to see there favourite author. My favourite character is hazel she is so sweet and she so loves Gus and when Gus died it was so sad it was a sad book but i loved it. I rate it 100/10 i loved it

    (if you read it make sure you have a tissue box next to you)

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  25. This book is great! It captures the reader’s hearts with the plot-twisted love between Hazel and Gus. From the moment I read this it became a part of my every day life such as “Grenades” and the main one, “Okay”. I’ve always wondered if Hazel lives long after Gus or if she dies soon after. I couldn’t read this book without having a tear or two…
    John Green is one of my favourite writers because of the unique writing style and your ability to capture the reader’s heart. The Fault in Our Stars is a book I would recommend to anyone and everyone!

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  26. Reagan said:

    I highly recommend reading this fabulous and emotional book, I had always hear about how good the book really is and I read it for the first time a few months ago and it made me cry, this book is a very sad and beautiful story with an amazing story line about Hazels journey. I love this book!!! I rate it 10/10

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  27. The fault in our stars’ by John Green is one of the most beautiful and well-written novels I have ever read. It tells the story of young Hazel and Augustus. The two teens fall in love and fight their hardest to overcome their hardships. The book is filled with love, ambition, sadness and desperation. It is a thrilling read and will certainly have you reaching for a tissue at the end. I absolutely love this book, and would rate it a 10 out of 10. I would recommend this book to anyone that wants to cry or enjoy an amazing book.

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  28. indi j said:

    I LOVED THIS BOOK! the fault i our stars was one of the firsts books i’ve cried in. I don’t usually cry in books but augustus and hazels story was definitely one i had to cry in. the book makes you feel happy and sad all at the same time. The author of the book makes you feel like you are a character in the book. I thought the book was very unpredictable and there was always something that kept me wanting to read more and thats why i loved it so much. i definitely think everyone who loves sad romantic books needs to read this book because its such an inspiring touching story that cannot be not read!

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  29. isabel said:

    I really enjoyed reading this book, it took me a while to get into but I really loved it. I think this is such a beautiful book and I think the movie explains this book and shows what a person with cancer has to go through on a daily basis. I love hazel she plays this role really great. Her and Gus become such great friends and turns into love. This book was sad but it was great I would read this book again and again!

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  30. The heart-warming book about a young couple facing a disrupting time of their lives. They both suffer a life threatning ‘cancer’ in their life. When the word cancer comes into a sentence my heart starts to feel warm and I start to feel sympathetic. Especially when they are just young teenagers. The movie and the book had a huge impact in my life, not just the moral of the story, but my life. I came into realisation that I want to help people who suffer these problems. I want to become a paediatrician when I grow up, because I feel as if, that since I’m a teenager I definitely wouldn’t like to be growing up with cancer. Helping teenagers and children since they suffer cancer or anything that is putting a hold in their life.

    The author uses a language that young readers are able to read. Helping them to realise the moral. I love how the book uses a couple to help encourage people that do suffer the same as the characters that they are important.

    When I first watched the movie, it was in the plane. At the end we all know what happens, don’t even want to talk about it because it’s so heart breaking. Any ways, I started crying and it was at night in the plane and I was the only one awake, my family was sleeping, and I was balling my eyes, trying not wake anyone. The flight attendant came to me asking me whats wrong, I said that I watched a sad movie, she started laughing and gave me some tissues. This proves how much I love this movie, because I think everyone wants to feel ‘moved’, that they start crying.

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  31. Definitely a story to make your heart melt! I definitely recommend this book The Fault in our stars, A wonderful story about a cancer patient Hazel who is pretty much terminal until She meets a another Boy like her in a kid cancer support group. Augustus is kind caring and always want to pout Hazel first, he will do anything for her, even take her across the world using his only wish. My favourite Character Is Hazel because she is kind and caring but lives a lonely life, this story is a roller coaster of emotions… you will probably need a tissue box. I give this book a 8/10.

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  32. I recommend the book Fault in our Stars for ages between 13-16. It is a real eye-opening book about having cancer and what is like to have cancer. I follows two main characters; Hazel Grace Lancaster and Gus Waters who both have cancer and they meet at a cancer support group and for in love with each other. I t is a very sad and touching book to read and the author real makes you feel what are going through. There is a movie to it as well if you don’t like reading. So I really recommend this book for anyone who has read or seen the movie yet. I just love this book and I’m so happy to found it to read.

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  33. I would recommend the book the fault in our starts to anyone from the age 10 onwards. The fault in our stars is a beautifully written romance book about two cancer patients who meet each other at a therapy class. If you’re not a fan of reading, the fault in our starts is a movie as well which i also highly recommend as the actors played the characters in the book extremely well. I cried so much in this book and it really gives you and insight into the life of someone with cancer.

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  34. ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ is a very, very heartwarming novel and shows just how lucky to not be sick and suffering. This book shows the challenges and triumphs of Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters, battling with illnesses. They fall into a love story and help each other to cope with the hardships and sadness of their deadly illnesses. There is romance and times where you are tearing up or times when you are smiling. There is both times when it is heart-aching and heart-warming. This book is really a worthy read if you love being on a rollercoaster of emotions. Hazel Grace is my favourite character because she is very casual and her character is determined, yet calm and relaxed. She has a very casual vibe about her, even though she could possibly die at any moment. I would recommend this book to the ages of 12+ and I would rate it 8/10. It is also a fabulous movie!

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  35. The Fault In Our Stars is a very great novel that is heartfelt and truly touching. It is also a very true story, John Green has not sugar coated it, he has told the true story of some who has cancer. My favourite character is Augustus “Gus” Waters, because he is such an open mixed guy, he is very optimistic and hopes for the best, even when things start to go down hill in the novel he is always riding the high of the roller coaster. My favourite part is when (on the front cover) they are together because Hazel (who is the girl) and Gus show amazing friendship and thats all that matters when you go through tough times, you just need someone by your side at all times, no matter what, it comforts you and makes you stronger. This touching novel made me tear up a bit even after watching the movie as well, although it is defiantly worth a read if you haven’t had a chance to yet!!

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  36. Abbey said:

    This book is so inspirational and beautifully written. This is a story of hazel grace who cancer and who has no motivation in life. She meets Augustus waters who inspires her to live life to her full potential and she falls in love with him. This story is so realistic and really helps us to embrace the idea that there are people in the world who aren’t perfect but they live to its fullest potential. John Green is an amazing author and this is shown throughout this elegantly written novel.

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  37. The fault in ours stars was a very emotional book that i recommend everyone one should read. It’s about a girl who has cancer and has to carry a oxygen mask with her everywhere. Hazel’s mum wants her to go to support group where other people who have cancer share there stories about cancer. Hazel met a guy called Augustus (Gus). They became very close friends. I definitely rate this book a 5/5.

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  38. This is a real tear jerker. I guarantee you will not make it to the end without crying. It is such a sad but cute story of true love. It’s such a beautifully written book and movie. I would recommend this book to girls over the age of 12. I would also recommend to watch the movie as well because in my opinion the book and movie are just as good as each other. Hazel is such a strong character and I love that about the book. 10/10

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  39. This is such a great book and one that I read over and over. The characters Hazel and Augustus are so inspiring and the way they met each other through their struggles in life gives you an even closer connection to the book. Although it is very sad and at times you wish you could just finish the book so it did not end sad- it gives a wonderful message about life and how special it is and also the way that one person is able to make a difference to the other. This book is so addicting and I give it a 9/10 ! I would recommend it to anyone the age of 14 and up and I’m sure anyone who loves romance novels will love this one.

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  40. The Fault in Our Stars is and amazing book that I couldn’t put down! It is full of sadness, excitement, happiness and love. It was so intriguing and full of wonderings. It definitely touches your heart. Gus and Hazel have such an amazing relationship. John Green is an amazing author and his stories are always so beautifully written. I definitely recommend this book to all SHC girls. I rate this book a 10/10!

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  41. This book is my favourite book of all time. And I am NOT exaggerating! The story is about a girl named Hazel. She is diagnosed with cancer in her lungs at a young age, and now survives with one lung. This captivating novel bought me to floods of tears (Honestly, I cried non-stop for an hour) so if you are into a bit of romance or comedy or tear jerkers, this is the perfect book for you. Hazel meets this boy named Augustus Waters at her support group. Gus used to have cancer, but sacrificed his leg to get rid of it. This heart-warming story leads you on an emotional roller coaster – you will cry, smile and laugh as John Green takes you on a journey you will never forget. A hands down 5 out of 5!

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  42. I recommend ‘The Fault In Our Stars’. This book takes you on a emotional rollercoaster and gives you a different perspective of life. It is an award winning book and it based on a patient that has cancer and meets a handsome body in her cancer support group that she is forced to attend by her parents. They instanlty fall in love. This book is strongly written and very eye opening to the world. I highly recommend this book but only to 13+.

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  43. The Fault in our Stars is a very touching and eye opening read. The storyline is brilliant and true. It shows you that this is was people go through and how tough it can be. I loved reading this book as it always kept me interested. My favourite part of the book was when Hazel met Augustus as he was my favourite character and had a cheesy personality which I loved. I can relate to this story as many people in my family has cancer so I can relate to the people who have been around Hazel throughout her whole situation. I reccomend this story to anyone, I would definitely rate it a 10/10. The story line was just so great and had so many meaningful quotes and stories. It taught me so much and showed me reality for many people all around the world. This wasn’t difficult to read and I would recommend it for anyone in year 7 all the way through to adults.

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  44. I absolutely adored this book! This is a realistic story of love and compassion when you don’t even think its possible to love anymore. The storyline is so incredible and unpredictable that you just can’t take your eyes off the book. John Green is a talented writer and he writes honestly and sincerely and doesn’t sugarcoat what people with medical conditions have to go through everyday. Hasel-Grace is an inspirational Character funny and humble with the adventures she takes with Augustus and the struggles of having Cancer. My favourite character is Augustus because he was a very funny, interesting and sweet character, although he suffered from a terminal illness, he didn’t let that stop him from wanting to see the world and live a incredible life. He loved Hazel and only wanted the best for her as he knew they only had small time left together both having Cancer. It also has an unexpected ending which may shock some readers, but overall beautifully written and resulted in a great movie. I would defiantly recommend this book to anyone who like to read novels that involves emotion and romance. I rate it a 10/10.

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  45. Sienna said:

    I recommend this book “The Fault in our Stars”. It I such a stunning book to read as well with the movie, John Green(The Author of the book) has written this novel in a way which all teens and young adults can relate to in any way. Hazel, a 16 year old girl which she is diagnosed with Stage 4 Thyroid cancer with metastasis forming in her lungs which in other terms “lung Cancer”, Hazel now has to carry an oxygen tank for everywhere she goes, to help her breath. Hazels Mum cares about her a lot and insists Hazel to go to a support group, where other people who have cancer share their stories to everyone in the group. That is where Hazel meets Augustus, who he suffers from cancer, specifically osteosarcoma. Hazel and Augustus soon become very close friends, then they become boyfriend and girlfriend. My favourite part about the book is that Augustus and Hazel went on a trip together to meet their favourite author. Augustus(Gus) wish had came true from that trip, as he wanted Hazel to meet her favourite author which was his. My favourite character was Hazel, she was a brave young 16 year old and had no fear at all. I hope many readers out there take a chance to read this outstanding book, you will instantly fall in with it. I give it a rating of 5/5

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  46. I absolutely adored this novel, this is a true story of love and compassion when you don’t even think your possible to love anymore. The writer’s choice of the storyline is incredible, its a predictable but unpredictable story line, you expect you know what happens in the end but your point of view is changed instantly. I loved how both Hazel and Gus could share a love so pure and support one another through all adversity that they had to come to terms with. I recommend this novel to everyone it’s a truly inspiring story of hope and courage. I rate this film a 9.5/10.

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  47. Charlie said:

    Hasel-Grace is an inspirational Character funny and humble with the adventures she takes with her best friend Augustas to Amsterdam it is an entertaining story. John Green is a phenomenal writer and he writes with an honest, sincere voice and doesn’t sugarcoat what people with medical conditions actually have to go through. it is a dismal and touching story ! do yourself a favour and check it out !

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  48. Charity said:

    The Fault in Our Stars is a beautiful book that tells the sad story of suffering from a terminal illnesses at a young age and how their families deal with it. It demonstrates bravery and although this book deals with the heartbreaking reality of death, it also has some funny moments. My favourite character is Augustus because he was a very funny, interesting and sweet character, although he suffered from a terminal illness. I really enjoyed this book because the characters in the book were very emotionally strong. i love the way john green demonstrates the unconditional love between to completely diverse characters. The have a different view and outlook on life and they both what different things in the future. I recommend this book to anyone 13 +. This is an absolutely stunning novel that left me wanting more. You definitely need a pack of tissues by the bed.

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  49. Lillie said:

    The book the fault in our stars was a intriguing but sad book. This story is about a girl who is suffering from cancer, her parents sign her up for a support group where she meets the love of her life gus who had suffered from cancer he lost his leg. I love the part of the book when gus and hazel go on a trip to find the a author which they love. I found this part of the book. I would defiantly recommend this book to anyone who wants to read a novel that involves every emotion and romance. i rate it a 9 out of 10

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  50. The Fault In Our Stars is a fabulous book about a young teenage girl who has been diagnosed with lung cancer and attends a cancer support group. Hazel is 16 and is reluctant to go to the support group. at first hazel didn’t want to go to the support group but once she did she met an amazing guy who she started to fall in love with. my favourite part of the book was when hazel and gus (august) went on a trip together and met their favourite author. i find this a beautiful moment because hazels dream wanted to be gus dream to
    i would definitely rate this book a 8/10

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  51. I really recommend this book to all girls at SHC because it is beautiful story and eye opening for us all. It is a story about Augustus and Hazel, who both have or have had cancer and how they fall in love with each other despite their difficulties. The author John green has written a wonderful book that is beautiful, sad and insightful. I would rate this book a 4 out of 5 and recommend this book to all girls at SHC.

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  52. Ruby P said:

    The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green, left me awestruck and in tears. It Is a cancer story about a love between two cancer survivors and their journeys. My favourite part of this book was when Augustus told Hazel and Isaac to write eulogies so he could attend his own post-funeral. I was in tears when Hazel and Isaac were reading out their pieces. My favourite character was Augustus, he was a really sweet and tried to make hazel feel good, he was quite funny with the things that he said. I would rate this book a 10/10 as it took me through a rollercoaster of emotions and feelings. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in a love story because it’s something that is relatable and explores the true meaning to love someone.

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  53. This is a great book because it can really relate to young people struggling with hardships and adversities. Not necessarily in the same form as Hazel, it may be mental illness, physical injuries or disabilities, but it’s great to have a really relatable character in a global phenomenon novel which captures true beauty in a gorgeous story. It is intelligently written with an appeal to our age group at a high school level and above, sparking a variety of emotions and easily brings a tear to the eye throughout the book. It also has an unexpected ending which may shock some readers, but overall beautifully written and resulted in a great movie.LOVVVVVEEEEEEEEEEEE ITTTTTTTTTT

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  54. Yeshe said:

    The fault in our stars, written by John Green, is a very emotional journey of a young lady named Hazel who is suffering from cancer. She goes to a group that supports her and meets Augustus and they fall in love. They go and meet their favourite author in Amsterdam, he turns out to be very rude and disrespectful to them. My favourite character is Hazel because she is so sweet, caring and loving to everyone around her. I recommend everyone reads this book and also watch the because I bet you, you’ll be very interested in this book. I rate this book a 9/10 and everyone 11+ should read it.

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  55. The Fault In Our Stars is a very great novel that is heartfelt and truly touching. It is also a very true story, John Green has not sugar coated it, he has told the true story of some who has cancer. My favourite character is Augustus “Gus” Waters, because he is such an open mixed guy, he is very optimistic and hopes for the best, even when things start to go down hill in the novel he is always riding the high of the roller coaster. My favourite part of the book is when Isaac, Gus and Hazel go egging, because this shows how everyone feels the same even though everyone is different, it also has one of my favourite quotes “We may not look like much, but between us, are five legs, four eyes and two and a half working pair of lungs. But we also have two dozen eggs”. I wouldn’t change anything in this book, it is amazing every time you read it, and very detail John Green writes means something to the novel. I would recommend this to people who like true stories and amazing works of art. I rate this 4.7/5.

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  56. Maddie said:

    I recon I have read this amazing book over 20 times. The Fault in Our Start is an amazing love story about two cancer survivors, Hazel and Augustus. They slowly fall in love and it is just the best book ever. Hazel and Gus make there way too Amsterdam, and meet their favourite author. I loved how thoughtful Gus was and how he always did things to make Hazel happy, even if it meant keeping a secret from her. This book had made me cry every time, but I keep going back! This book is a must-read!

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  57. This is my FAVORITE BOOK! I can’t begin to explain how many times I have read it and I never get sick of it. I’m sure that anyone who starts to read it will not be able to put it down. It is by one of my favorite authors John Green and it is such a beautiful story to read. It is about a girl named Hazel who has cancer and she doesn’t have many friends because they are all living life like a normal teens. That’s until she goes to a church group and bumps into the gorgeous Augustus who she gets to know quite well. They become very close and fall madly in love with each other, as they grow through ups and downs of there journey of cancer. They go on many adventures together as they achieve amazing things together right until the very end. This story is gorgeous, it is heart breaking and it is funny and anyone who loves to read romance novels will certainly love this. I love how strong the characters are in this story, despite the many hardships that they face throughout their lives. I also love the relationship between the two as it is very special and they got to spend their lives together although at times it was hard. I would recommend this book to 13 and up and anyone who loves romance novels. I give it a 10/10 as it is by far my favorite book.

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  58. Kiara said:

    The fault in our stars is a great book/movie. The book and the movie versions are different in someways. It is a truly touching and very sad story. It is based on two people. Augustus (“Gus”) and Hazel. They both have different types of cancer and could den any time soon. They meet each other at a club they go to and express their feelings. Gus and Hazel begin to grow closer and closer and they end up becoming a couple after a while. They are very adventurous because they want to make the most of lives, not knowing how long they each have left to live. They share lots of bad and good experiences together throughout the story. One of the things they do is travel to Amsterdam to meet Hazel’s inspiration Peter Van Houten, who is an author. When they get there, they realise he is just a drunken man who is rude and doesn’t care about them. At the end something very sad happens, but I can’t spoil it. If you are into tearjerker and heartwarming things this is for you!

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  59. The Fault in Our Stars is a beautiful book that tells the sad story of suffering from a terminal illnesses at a young age and how their families deal with it. It demonstrates bravery and although this book deals with the heartbreaking reality of death, it also has some funny moments. My favourite character Augustus because he was a very funny, interesting and sweet character, although he suffered from a terminal illness. I really enjoyed this book because the characters in the book were very emotionally strong. I recommend this book to anyone 13 +

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  60. “the fault in our stars” is a beautiful book/movie its about 2 strangers who meet each other at a support group which talk about there rough journeys through life and how their challenges had shaped them. hazel looks across the room and sees this amazing boy augusts it literally takes her breathe away. augustus and hazel went on a road trip together but it turns out be be a love trip to meet there favourite author who then rejects them.

    i rate this book a 10/10

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  61. georgie said:

    the fault in our stars is one of the saddest books i have a ever read, i have watched the movie aswell. This book is beautiful and it really touches your heart. Hazel is an inspirational character and i love her so much, she has survived cancer and now has to carry an oxygen tank around. Hazel meets Gus and they become great friends. I really enjoyed this book because their were sad bits, funny bits and just really good bits that pulled you in and i wanted to read more. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves books, i got quite attached to this book and i really should read it again.

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  62. This book is one of the saddest and most beautiful books that I have ever read! I love Hazels attitude towards things and find it quite funny. I loved Augustus, he is a very funny character and has lot of personality especially when he is around Hazel. I love Hazel and Augustus’ love of the book an imperial infection and how the book took them both to Amsterdam. I love Augustus’ love towards Hazel and the things that he does for her. This book is sad and I would definitely recommend having tissues beside you when you read the book.

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  63. Manna said:

    “My thoughts are stars I cannot fathom into constellations.” “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green, left me awestruck and in tears (not to mention wishing Augustus Waters was more than a fictional character). I am at a loss for words on how to describe this piece of art. The only thing worthy enough to say about this book is: “I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly and then all at once.’” We open up the story to Hazel Grace, who is your average teenage girl except for the fact her body is filled with cancer and she has to carry around an oxygen tank because her “lungs suck at being lungs.” Hazel is forced to join the Cancer Kids Support Group where she meets the pristine, Augustus Waters. It’s your basic teenage love story; dying girl falls for hot boy. However, even though this book is neatly placed on every teenage girl’s bookshelf, there is more to it than just two love birds that live happily ever after. This is not, as Hazel Grace might put it, a “Cancer Book.” This book is real. Everything is real, especially the diseases. I recommend this book to anyone, and my only advice to the reader is to bring a box of tissues.

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  64. this book is just amazing. i really recommend it !!! it’s just a beautiful story. its all about a teenage girl named hazel, who is battling with cancer, who met the most beautiful guy named Augusts. my favourite character has to be Gus (augustus) because he just has a loving attitude towards hazel and helps her with a life threatening proplem. i definatley recommend this read to anyone who is willling to cry and laugh in the same book. an age range would propberly be 12 + year olds.

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  65. Hannah said:

    this book is amazing i have read the book and the movie millions of times. this book is a very heartwarming book and exciting. my favourite character in the book would be augustus he is a very sweet boy and is very kind to Hazel. i think that these two are very cute together and i liked the part when they go out for dinner together. i love this book and movie and would recommed it to anyone over the age of 11. i would rate this book 10/10.

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  66. The fault in our stars is a heart warming book that is lovely to read. Hazel is a teenage girl with cancer that has many troubles from her cancer. her mum always wishes she would make friends and get more social so she makes Hazel go to a support group. Hazel doesn’t like this group too much but goes to make her mum happy, one day while she was there she meets a boy names Augustus who was only there because his friend has cancer in his eyes and will soon be blind. Augustus is a very sweet quirky person who connects well with Hazel soon after they meet they fall in love and are always together. Hazel shows Augustus her favourite book and gives it to him to read and it soon becomes his favourite book but he just hates the ending so he contacts the author to speak to him about the ending. They travel together to meet him but he is the opposite of what they think e would be like and he turns out not to be a very nice man so they leave and just travel the city for the day. Augustus has something he would like to tell Hazel soon that isn’t very good and pretty sad. This is an amazing book that I would definitely recommend if like a beautiful love story that would have you crying.

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  67. I have read the book and watched the movie of this a million times and I love it. If you are into heartwarming and sad movies/books this is for you. It is about this girl called Hazel and a boy called Augustus. They both have cancer and they meet at a club that they go to express their feelings. Hazel has thyroid cancer and Augustus (Gus) has osteosarcoma. They both do not know how long they have to live whether it is a few hours or a few years. Hazel and Gus become a couple and spend most of their time together. They go to Amsterdam together to meet Hazel’s biggest inspiration Peter Van Houten who is an author. But when they get there, They are both so upset to find out that he is just an alcoholic who abused them both about their cancer. The book/movie ends with a very sad tragedy and it is so inspiring and touching.

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  68. Hannah said:

    The Fault in our Stars is a wonderful book with loveable characters. The storyline is really great and the plot twists are very unexpected. I heard of this book from the internet. At the time I wasn’t expecting much but I was very wrong. I cried while reading it because it is SO well written. John Green is an amazing author with really great writing skills. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves romance and plot twists. There are many other books by John Green, because I’ve read quite a lot of them. The movie was a great representation of the book.
    I would rate this book 9/10.

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  69. I recommend the book, “The fault in our stars” to anyone. This boook is a beautiful story with deep and meaningful words. If you love to read romantic and sad books The Fault In Our Stars is the book for you. It is about a teenage girl named Hazel who has had cancer. Hazels mum insists that she goes to a support group so she can talk to people that have similar problems in life as her. That is where she meets Augustus. Hazel and Augustus soon become very close friends, and it turns into love throughout the story. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone!! I love it!

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  70. Amelia said:

    This Book is about Hazel a girl with some BIG flaws, Hazel goes through a heartbreaking adventure with Her Friend Gus, Gus is a friend of Isaac who is a friend of Hazel, all 3 of these people have a sort of cancer and go to a Cancer kids support group I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a sad romance This book would probably be appropriate for anyone 13+

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  71. I recommend this book to anyone who loves a sad but romantic book. When I got to the end of this book I cried so much! Before I’d read this book I had heard so much about it and it lived up to my expectations. This story was a beautifully written love story that made me laugh and made me cry. I can’t pick a favourite character because I love all of them sooo much. I rate this book a 8/10.

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  72. I feel in love with this book, and I also feel in love with Hazel and Gus. They had such a strong chemistry, and I did not know what was going to happen next. I was so shocked when Gus died and I could not hold my tears in. I would recommend this to someone who loves to cry (a lot). I would rate this book a 9/10.

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  73. I recommend the book, “The fault in our stars”. I think I was a beautiful story. It is about a teenage girl called hazel. hazel has cancer. hazels mum takes hazel to a support group where other people who have cancer go. She meets a boy named Augustus (Gus) and they soon become great friends. This is such great book and it really opens yours eyes to what it is like to have cancer. This is a sad book. I recommend this book for ages 13+

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  74. Georgia said:

    This amazing book is about love, suffering and staying hopeful. This book made me to reduced to tears. A teenage girl named Hazel had a sad look on life until she went to a support group and meets Augustus. They soon develop a very close friendship that slowly turns into love. I rate this a 9 out of 10. I recommend this book to high school students as it might be too deep for younger students.

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  75. Maggie said:

    This book is a lot like it’s movie. There are some slight differences that you can only experience in the book. I loved the characters and how John Green highlights their realism. This book was cleverly written and had that effect of never putting it down. I loved this book and would rate it 9/10 as it is much better to read than watch the movie. I would recommend for 12 and up as the language is a bit difficult.

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  76. Billie said:

    This book is so amazing! i love it so much! Every sentence is wanting you to just read on and on. I love hazel in this because she is so strong and sweet and just be’s herself. I rate this an 10/10!! I suggest this book to anyone 10 and over.

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  77. The fault in our stars is an emotional but exciting journey of a girl, Hazel Grace who has cancer and is horribly sick. She mets the love of her life, Augustus at a cancer support group. They immediatly connect and from there on their love gets stronger. Gus is also sick and has a terrible cancer. Either of them could die soon, but instead they choose to focus on the present and enjoy each other’s company instead. Chasing their dream became an issue but as soon they it was over they flew to Paris and had an amazing adventure. This is a sad book but also is filled with happiness and joy. I love this book because it captures the moment of love and romance. I reccomend this book to people 12 + and give it a 10/10.

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  78. N.Reid said:

    I recommend the book, The Fault In Our Stars. This book was such a cute book to read. It detailed the lives of two young cancer patients who fell in love. It is very heartwarming, funny, intelligent and romantic to read. It was very sad book to read, I cried on every page. Every girl who reads this falls in love with Augustus Waters, the main character. I would recommend it to teenage girls and I would rate it 8/10.

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  79. I loved this book because it had me screaming crying and laughing throughout the whole book, it filled me with so much emotion. My favourite part was when Hazel meets Augustus for the first time when he had a unlit cigarette between his teeth. If I could change anything I would make so that Hazel doesn’t have a problem with her breathing and for Augustus not to have cancer. I was reaching for my tissues a lot during this book, I found that this book portrayed the story of a cancer patient well. This book was definitely beautiful in it’s way and its was one of my favourite books. My favourite character is Hazel because she is tough and strong-willed as well as being soft and kind. I loved the characters in the book and I got really attached to them because they were really sweet and they had such different characteristics. I would recommend this book to anyone that wants to read a book that is sad, sweet, beautiful, romantic and tells a story of cancer. I would rate it a 9 out of 10 because the ending was so unexpected and sad.

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  80. The Fault In Our Stars – This novel written by John Green and is now a movie. It follows the life of Hazel Grace Lancaster as she battles cancer. She is a very troubled young girl with little friends and a realisation that she will die. One day when Hazel attends a church group for cancer survivors she meets a boy named Augustus Waters, who too was a cancer sufferer. They fall in love and face lives challenges together. This story is truly compelling and you definitely a tear-jerker, however I would strongly recommend this movie.

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  81. Rosie said:

    I recommend the book, “The fault in our stars”. This boook is a beautiful story with deep and meaningful words. It is about a teenage girl named Hazel who has had cancer. Hazels mum insists that she goes to a support group where other people who have had cancer share their stories. That is where she meets Augustus. Hazel and Augustus (Gus) soon become very close friends, and it turns into love throughout the story. I would definitely recommend this book to every one who wants to have a sad book. 5/5

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  82. “The fault in our stars” is such a beautiful book about a teenage girl called Hazel who lives everyday with cancer. Hazel struggles to be able to live an ordinary teenage life, so her mother insists that it would be best for Hazel to go to a support group so that she can meet others like her who are struggling with cancer. Despite not wanting to go, Hazel attends the group where she meets Augustus Waters, who had once battled with cancer. Hazel and Gus form a close relationship and fall in love with each other, and share an amazing journey. My favourite character was definitely Gus because he saw the world in different eyes and opened up Hazel to the world surrounding her, and he was really kind. Overall, this book is a very emotional story about love and John Green has doe an amazing job at expressing what it is like to have cancer. I rate this book 9/10 and would recommend it to anyone who loves an emotional story.

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  83. Laura said:

    The Fault in Our Stars is an amazing book! Even though it is extremely sad, it is also quite inspiring. This book is about a girl called Hazel Grace who has cancer. She meets a boy named Augustus Waters and ever since she met him, her life been so much better. She learns to live life to the fullest even with the horrible disease she has. John Green is an amazing writer and I can’t believe how good this book is. I recommend this book to everyone who like sad yet inspiring books. I would rate this book a 10/10! It is amazing!

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  84. I cried all through this book and it was a really beautiful story. I fell in love with the characters Hazel and Gus. They both have cancer and meet at a support group. They start as friends and are both wrapped up in a book called “an Imperial affliction”. The story ends abruptly and they both go on trip in search of answers meeting the author of the story who doesn’t respond to any emails. He is an amazing author who creates magic with his words 8/10

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  85. Eleanor said:

    If you love reading books that are sure to make you cry, then this one is a great read for you.
    The book is a heart warming love story about a teenage cancer patient hazel who meets a cancer surviver Augustus at a support group. Hazels mum is very supportive and just wants hazel to live as a normal teenager, but hazel keeps thinking about the fact that one day she will die. The fault in our stars is jam packed with many adventures, surprises and tears. But it sure is a book that you can’t get enough of. I would recommend this book to pretty much any one!!!! 5/5 for john green.

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  86. Imogen said:

    This book is soooooooooo SAD!!!!
    It is about a teenage girl named Hazel who is diagnosed with cancer who reads the same book over and over, and the doctors are convinced that she is depressed. Her Mum and Dad sent her to a support group so she can listen to other peoples stories about their type of cancer. One day she bumpted into a guy named Augustus who has osteosarcoma which is a type of cancer. The fault in our stars is a upsetting love story that will definately make you cry!!!

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  87. ‘The fault in our stars’ by John Green is one of the most beautiful and well-written novels I have ever read. It tells the story of young Hazel and Augustus. The two teens fall in love and fight their hardest to overcome their hardships. The book is filled with love, ambition, sadness and desperation. It is a thrilling read and will certainly have you reaching for a tissue at the end. I absolutely love this book, and would rate it a 10 out of 10. I would recommend this book to anyone that wants to cry or enjoy an amazing book.

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  88. I love The Fault in our stars.
    This book is so sad though. Besides that, it is a beautiful story about love and hate.
    I love how the characters are so alike and they can connect so well. As soon as they saw each other I new that their relationship would take off.
    Augustus is so cute! He is so gentle towards Hazel and respects her all the time.
    I rate the movie 10/10 because it made me cry multiple times throughout the book.

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  89. I recommend the book The Fault in our Stars. I know many of you out there have all persuaded your friends to read, which by all means do so. But I’m sure there are those out there who haven’t read it, well I guarantee you will read the book when you read what I have to say about it. I admit, the movie is amazing but many of you chose the movie instead of reading the book. The movie is as well as not instead of, the book on the other hand talks beyond more to what it shows in the movie. The author was very detailed throughout the book that you can picture everything in your mind. You can picture the sense of tone which is very difficult when writing only in text and not direct speech. The storyline itself is beautiful, where Hazel the main character is diagnosed with cancer until she meets a guy who falls in love with her for who she is. He has a secret that he kept from her from the very beginning when they first met. Did he tell Hazel his secret? Can’t tell. The genre of the book is romance, but the romance is unpredictable in the real world until you read the book and its written in a form that it is very real and people will accept others for what they look like or who they are. I rate this book a 9/10.

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  90. I love the story of the Fault in our Stars, the themes incorporated are fabulous and the book is very well written according to them. The story is so emotional and beautiful about how their differences bring them together. I loved it when Gus shared his wish with Hazel so that they could go and meet the author together because it really shows the amount of care and trust Gus has for Hazel. This book is so beautiful and despite and abrupt ad saddening ending I couldn’t put it down!

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  91. I absolutely love both the film and the book, and am particularly in awe of John Green’s writing. I love how the major themes are love and strength, because I believe that they resonate with every teenage girl. I love how the two main characters – Augustus and Hazel work together to overcome their challenges, and they are able to do this through their unique understanding of each other’s condition.
    I recommend this book to everyone, and love the messages of love and sacrifice that at the center.

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  92. Emily said:

    The novel “The fault in our stars,” is a novel I would highly recommend. I think that the story line behind the film is truly inspirational, which illustrates the multiple hardships individuals and their families go through when experiencing a terminal illness. It is though-out the film Hazel – the main character realises that life can simply slip away at any moment, which leads to the realisation that she needs to live life and enjoy the time she has left, rather than complaining. This novel is an inspiration to many and I would recommend individuals aged 13+

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  93. the fault in the stars is a great book, so much emotions are showed and told during this emotional book overall its a very good and i highly recommended to others 😉

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  94. This is another amazing book in which I absolutely loved and enjoyed to read. This brilliant book by John Green is about a young girl, who developed cancer when she was 13. She meets a boy named Augustus who is also very sick. We see there journey of becoming friends and then lovers and see how Augustus has really made Hazel open her eyes and really enjoy life even though the challenges she faces of having cancer. This movie is one that makes me cry every time I watch it. I would most definitely recommend this movie and book to any one and every one, and I would rate it a solid 10/10.

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  95. Keeley McCaffrey said:

    I absoloutely loved the book “The Fault in our Stars”, it was such a wonderful book about love, hope and tragedy. It is about a teen girl named Hazel who is suffering from cancer. Her Mum made her go to a support group where she meets a boy named Augustus Waters and throughout the story they form a much stronger relationship. My favourite part of the book was when Hazel and Gus meet, you can definitely tell that there is chemistry between them even at that early part of it. My favourite character was Isaac because he had some quite funny comments throughout. My least favourite part of the book was the end – you will definitely need a few boxes of tissues. I would recommend this book to anyone over the age of 12 – 13. I have to say that I would rate this book 10/10!

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  96. Dominique said:

    I absolutely loved this book it was so good

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  97. Angela said:

    The fault in our stars is an amazing book that really connects with you on an emotional level so that we realise the importance of cancer awareness and the affect it has on people. The story is about Hazel and Gus, Hazel is a 17 year old girl with lung cancer and Gus is a 18 year old in remission. This is amazing story of Gus’ love for Hazel and her denial of her love for him. Hazel appears to be sicker than Gus but in the end it was the other way round. This is my favourite sad book just because it hits you so hard. I give it an 9/10

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  98. Holly said:

    The fault in out stars, is such a beautiful book, thoughtful showing how it isn’t all bad, this movie really touched me and correctly, i just finished reading the book and although the movie was spectacular the book was just so much better! It is an award winning book, and its all about a cancer patient who meets another cancer patient in their road to recovery and they fall in love. There is a massive turn of events when one of them find cancer in their system, and it just demonstrates how you have to live your life to the fullest every day.

    This has to be one of the saddest books I have ever read. But its hard to describe this book because it is so emotional and so much happens. you get so many feelings when reading this book but mostly the one emotion you have is sadness you cry a lot when reading this book and i mean a lot.

    I definitely recommend this book for a more mature read! i rate it an 8 out of 10!

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  99. Kathryn said:

    The fault in our stars is such an amazing book, it’s a beautiful tragic love story. I don’t think children under 13 should read it because there is a lot of swearing including frequent uses of the F word. Sometimes I find myself thinking about this book and wondering about all the loose ends of the story. But it is a great novel. I recommend everybody read this book, and I’m sure you’ll find that you won’t be able to put it down until the very end. Hazel and Augustus are such an adorable couple and they have funny, sad and romantic moments together which makes this one of the best books I’ve read. 9/10

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  100. rbartolo said:

    After reading the book and watching the movie, I can definitely say that the fault in our stars is definitely a book to read. John Green has beautifully written this book and throughout the book there was hardly any flaws to pick out. I definitely enjoyed reading the book more then watching the book, as the book had so many details and I was really able to connect with the characters better through the book. My favourite part of the book was the part where Hazel reads the eulogy to Augustus and Isaac. Although this may be classified as one of the saddest parts of the book, it was very well written, and was written with so much depth and emotion. My favourite character of the book was Augustus. His perfect manner and character throughout the whole book captured my heart, and even throughout his struggles, he still manages to be a sophisticated young man. If I could change something in the book, I would definitely change Augustus’ death, but it also makes the story what it needs to be for a solid finish. For sure I would recommend people reading this book. People of many ages would be able to read this book as it surely entrances people, and the writing style is definitely not too sophisticated to read. If you like romance and a bit of sadness thrown in there, this book is definitely for you.

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  101. The Fault in our Stars is a very touching yet eye opening read. It tells about a girl, Hazel, who has been battling the fight of cancer. I loved reading this book as it always kept me interested. My favourite part of the book was when Hazel met Augustus as he was my favourite character and had a cheesy personality which I loved. I really related to this story as many people in my family has cancer so I can relate to the people who have been around Hazel throughout her whole situation. If I could reccomend this story to anyone, I would definitely rate it a 10/10. The story line was just so great and had so many meaningful quotes. This was an average level of difficulty read and would recommend it for anyone in year 7 all the way through to adults.

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  102. The fault in our stars is a group novel because it is full of sadness yet romantic and comedy at the same time! My favourite part of the movie was when the three of them and went and egged Izaach’s ex-girlfriends house! Hilarious! My favourite character was Hazel Grace Lancaster she was smart, funny and kind. I can relate to Hazel because she experienced loss, and I have too. My least favourite part of the book was when they visited their favourite author and it was a disappointment. That part wasn’t good to Hazel or Augustus. I would not change anything, it was great! I would highly recommend this book to others. I rate this book and 9.95 out of 10! Great Book! ;))

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  103. The fault in out stars, is such a beautiful book, thoughtful showing how it isn’t all bad, this movie really touched me and correctly reading the book right now which i think is so much better that the movie because you can picture it the way you want it. I love how she was not seeing every good until she meet Gus. This book is special and has a-lot of meaning not a movie or book i would usually pick, but i loved it. i think everyone should read/watch it. Over all i would give it a 10 out of 10.

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  104. Bianca said:

    “The Fault In Our Stars” is a book/movie is a very emotional story about a 16 year old girl Hazel Grace. Hazel was diagnosed with lung cancer when she was about 13 years old, but this didn’t mean that Hazel wasn’t a fighter, she was a survivor. Hazel mainly spent each day reading her favourite novel “an imperial affliction” written by Peter Van Houten, but her mother suggested that she should go to a support group for teens like her that have cancer. Hazel meets a 17 year old guy, Augustus Waters, who has cancer in his leg and they start to develop a deep connection with each other. Hazel and Gus decide to swap books as they have a passion for reading, they both start to contact the author of an imperial affliction and asks them questions but the author rejects them. Even though Hazel really wanted to meet the author she was still determined to do so and then his assistant invited them over to Amsterdam so they could get answers to there questions. I have to say my favourite character is Gus because he is very supportive and funny person that was really encouraging towards Hazel and I thought that was really sweet. I recommend this book to people ages 13 years and up and I rate this a 9/10

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  105. The fault in our starts is one of those books where you look around at your life and realise how good you’ve really got it. This book I tell you is the saddest thing you will need a tissue box next to you when you finish! John Green has written this story amazingly it is sooooo good. The fault in our starts is all about a young girl named Hazel. Hazel has cancer and is not able to go about her life normally at all. When Hazel goes to the Cancer Kid Support she meets Augustus Waters! Augustus is the cutest guy who is so genuine but he has a prosthetic leg. From here on Hazels story is rewritten and boy does it get good! Anyway I won’t spoil it but I recommend this to everyone and everyone who is ready to cry their eyes out! I rate this book a 10/10.

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  106. I love the fault in our stars, It is a movie/book that always keeps you interested.
    It’s filled with both a HUGE physical journey with an even bigger emotional journey.
    Any way the book is a bout a girl called Hazel who has a problem with her lungs which
    Effects her breathing and she could die any day. Because of this it reduces the activities
    That regular teenagers can do, like traveling, sport etc.
    One day her mum makes Hazel go to a place where she talks her problems, while she’s there she meets a guy called Augustus who also has a problem with his lungs but is still different to Hazels.
    Hazel and Augustus fall in love and Travel the world together there is ups in the book, and downs that can even make you cry. But nonetheless it is absolutely magnificent book/movie that I would recommend to all the years levels at sacred heart, from 7-12.

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  107. I am recommending The Fault In Our Stars. This tears your heart apart and brings every tear out of your body, i recommend you have a tissue box by your side! This book tells you and makes you realise just how lucky we all are and that there are others around us that are less fortunate. This has a great a great storyline and really brings out the emotions in you. I rate this book 10/10

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  108. This is a must read! It is one of the most courageous books i’ve read! It has a beautiful story line staring a girl named Hazel who battles cancer. Hazel meets a boy name Augustus who supports her every part of the way, they battle together because Hazel has cancers and Augustus has a prosthetic leg. My favourite part of the book would be when Hazel meets Augustus, and at that moment it clicks! My favourite character is Hazel because she is an inspiration to any other reader, by the way she struggles through and keeps her head high. There were at lot of sad moments, but I don’t have a ‘least favourite part.’ I recommend this book to people around the high school ages. I would rate this book a 9/10.

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  109. The fault in our stars is a heartbreaking story of a girl in remission finding love and ultimately having her heart shattered. It brings to light the feelings and emotions of people who are facing cancer and the wish of these two teenagers to have “infinity within the numbered days.” It is also inspiring as it shows you do not need to live forever to have a full life and that love for those around you, conquers all. I also think that this novel is beautifully written by John Green and even though the way in which these teenagers speak could be seen as pretentious because normal teens don’t talk in this way, I still think it’s a really beautiful love story and many great quotes that can relate to everyday life come out of it. I would recommend teenagers reading this novel if you are looking to get some inspiration for everyday life, even your life seems mundane because through reading this you are able to appreciate everything, even the little things begin to life your life starting right now instead of “someday”.

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  110. I love the fault in our stars, It is a movie/book that always keeps you interested.
    It’s filled with both a HUGE physical journey with an even bigger emotional journey.
    Any way the book is a bout a girl called Hazel who has a problem with her lungs which
    Effects her breathing and she could die any day. Because of this it reduces the activities
    That regular teenagers can do, like traveling, sport etc.
    One day her mum makes Hazel go to a place where she talks her problems, while she’s there she meets a guy called Augustus who also has a problem with his lungs but is still different to Hazels.
    Hazel and Augustus fall in love and Travel the world together there is ups in the book, and downs that can even make you cry. But nonetheless it is absolutely magnificent book/movie that I would recommend to all the years levels at sacred heart, from 7-12.

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  111. The fault in our stars is a very popular book and many people have read it. If you haven’t read it you really should, not because everyone else has but because it’s a great book. John Green has done a fabulous job at writing this book and has included lots of romance and drama. I think that this is a beautiful love story about Hazel and Augustus (Gus).
    Hazel’s mum suggests that she goes to a cancer support group. This is the place where she meets the gorgeous Gus! Gus and Hazel start off as friends but then their friendship blossoms into love. The story ended abruptly and very sadly. Warning: crying will be involved!!!
    I would recommend this book to teens, but I think that any adult would enjoy it too!

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  112. This is such a good book I loved reading this book. John Green is an amazing writer and he includes serious facts and information into a book so that we as children who may have not heard about them we can now understand how lucky we are to have a fully functioning body.
    My favourite character was definitely Hazel she was so inspiring and she persisted in the toughest of times even when she was close to death. I recommend this book to anyone who needs some inspiration in their life. I rate this book a 8/10.

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  113. I absolutely loved the movie ‘The Fault in our stars’ but not the book to much. I had discovered the author John Green from some friends who read his books, the movie was about to come out so I decided to read the book. I took me a few weeks but was worth it in order to see the movie. However I recommend that you read this book as an older reader, I read it when I was in year seven and still struggled with many of the words. The words were large and very descriptive and hard to understand. But I believe that the characters were great and I loved the storyline. Even knowing the storyline is sad and very upsetting it is still very creative.

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  114. paige said:

    I love this book it is the most powerful, saddest, happiest, and most touching Book I have read!!!
    I really recommend this book to anyone that is looking for a touching or love story, this book is about a teenage girl that has cancer and is dying she has to go to support group to make friends and she tries to get her way out of support group every week but one day she turns to the stairs and bumps into a good looking boy and straight away they fall in love all through that session the good looking man stairs at her, and as you read more the story gets more and more addictive and in the end you don’t want to put it down.
    My favourite part of this book was when Hazel went to her favourite author to see what happens at the end of her favourite book and when they turned up and the man wasn’t very nice and was rude so they left and went to a tourist place and it had lost of stairs and hazel can’t really go up stairs because of her cancer but she kept going because she is a fighter.
    I think there isn’t really a age gap but over 12 would be best for anyone that wants to read it.
    I rate this book 10/10

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  115. Isabelle F said:

    I absolutely love this book it is so deep and emotions are high. I recommend this book for 11-15 +. I wish there was another book because I still have so many more questions to ask like what about the parents are they still friends with Gus’s family? Does Hazel meet someone else? And what about Gus’s blind friend does he move on as well? There are so many more I would love to ask the writer about the book, but after all it isn’t real but this writer has written this book as though it real and it is an amazing story about staying strong and having resilience and believing in yourself.

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  116. Fault in our stars
    I hope you can swim because you’ll be drowning in your tears after reading this book and once the waterworks start they won’t stop. Despite this I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. The saddest parts were often the best parts. Each character has qualities you will like, but Augustus was my favourite, his character was almost real to me and I could only dream there are more people out there with his qualities, funny and loving and a little deep with his metaphors. I’ve never experienced cancer in anyone close to me, but that didn’t stop me from making connections with the characters, especially when they’re so close to my age and I’d love to have a relationship like the one between Gus and Hazel. I wouldn’t change anything about the book, although a sad ending could be expected I wouldn’t change it to be anything different because it was a happy ending in it’s own way. I definitely recommend this book for anyone needing a good cry to cleanse the soul and escape reality.

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  117. Okay so heres a basic question….. have you read the fault in our stars? If you havn’t go read it right now! But first heres an insight….. The fault in our stars is a beautiful love story about how two “sick” people fall in love. This book is like no other its a sweet and sour ending which I LOVE! I love it how Augustus loves Hazel just how she is and he doesn’t want her to be like every other girl he just wants the real hazel which I think is sweet. I would recoment this book for 12-13 year olds.

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  118. I think the fault in our stars is an excellent book my favourite character was Hazel but as she got sick i liked her more. She had a dream and i really wanted her to for fill that dream but it was hard and i was happy when Gus came into the story and helped Hazel along the way. He was a very nice man and he loved Hazel as much as She loved hime but it was sad when Gus was then suffering because he wasn’t allowed to buy smokes even though he didn’t smoke. He was not well he was dying and then eventually he died. Hazel was heart broken by the love that was then lost. It was cute when Gus planned a little funeral thing and wrote a speech and all. Gus is a funny and caring man that has a joke every now and then but sometimes it was too far. This is a book that i don’t have a part that i dislike. I would recomend this book to people over the age of 12. I give this book a 9/10 it is a great book and i would highly recomend this book.

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  119. I would definitely recommend this amazing, sad book “The fault in our stars” to all teens and adults out there who love watching sad and inspirational movies out there. I believe this book was just inspiring and was beautiful to watch and get a different understanding of life when it comes to other people and there problems in life. It is about a teenage girl called Hazel who is sadly diagnosed with cancer and lives a life of struggle. Her Mother insisted she was to go to a support group with other people that are in the same sad problem and they each share their stories. She then soon meets a teenage boy called Augustus also known as Gus and they automatically have a connection. They become very good friends and it then turns into a love story between each other. They then go through series of events together and share there life with one another. My favourite part of the book is definitely when they first say to each other “ok”. That is there little sign/thing they always say to each other when they are saying goodbye. My favourite character would have to be Hazel because she is a very strong willed and powerful girl! This book definitely was one of my favourite and I could never put it down. I would rate it a 9.5/10!

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  120. I read this book over and over again, I would recommend it to anyone 12 and up. This book has a beautiful story line to it. Many people would think that these types of books are really cheesy but this one isn’t. I love the whole book and couldn’t pick a favourite part out of book, the novel also doesn’t have any bad parts in it which makes good. The whole book is very interesting and to me different from any other book I have read, I really enjoyed it and hope to find more books like it and even read more John Green book.

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  121. This is a great book because it can really relate to young people struggling with hardships and adversities. Not necessarily in the same form as Hazel, it may be mental illness, physical injuries or disabilities, but it’s great to have a really relatable character in a global phenomenon novel which captures true beauty in a gorgeous story. It is intelligently written with an appeal to our age group at a high school level and above, sparking a variety of emotions and easily brings a tear to the eye throughout the book. It also has an unexpected ending which may shock some readers, but overall beautifully written and resulted in a great movie. Highly recommend it 🙂

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  122. I would recommend the book the fault in our stars. This is by far one of my favourite books and I’m sure you will love it as much as i did. It was a very sad ending but the journey thy go on in the book sure does have its ups and downs of happiness and sadness. This book will defiantly make you cry and you will never get bored with it and will just want to keep reading on. I would give this book a 9/10 because I love it so much. I like how the storyline has a very unexpected twist at the end and something happens that you didn’t suspect. I also like how all the characters try the hardest to be happy even though they are dealing with cancer

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  123. This book is a lot like it’s movie. There are some slight differences that you can only experience in the book. I loved the characters and how John Green highlights their realism. This book was cleverly written and had that effect of never putting it down. I loved this book and would rate it 9/10 as it is much better to read than watch the movie. I would recommend for 12 and up as the language is a bit difficult.

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  124. I first heard about this novel, when the film came out. I went to see it however everyone was telling me the novel was better. Throughout the duration of the novel John Green illustrates the emotions of the novel which are very dramatic as many of the characters face hardships whilst capturing passion and love. This book instantly had me in tears, with lots of tissues. Hazel Grace Lancaster desperately wants to mitigate the harm caused by her existence on Earth. However love gives Hazel another reason to live. This book is great to read. Overall I give this novel a 4.5/5

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  125. Gemma said:

    I remember when I read this book everyone was talking about John Green, and I can definitely say the book lived up to the hype! I absolutely adored this book, and found it to be written so beautifully and expressively. Even though this book is a massive tear jerker, I also found it to be really funny and happy at times, making it a very diverse book that pretty much everyone will enjoy. I would however recommend it to people 13 and over as there is some themes that may be hard for young people to understand, as well as some difficult vocabulary. Overall, this book is definitely worth reading, and is put down as one of my must reads! 10/10

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  126. Lauren said:

    The Fault in our stars is one of my all time favourite books! It is written so beautifully capturing love and life. This book is about two teenage both with illness who meet each other and soon fall in love with each other. My favourite character would have to be Issac because he is really funny and caring towards his friends and there relationship. This book is also not just you typical boy meets girl they fall in love and live happily ever after. This book really is about life and how it’s such a crazy rollercoaster. I would rate this book an 9 out of 10 because it was a great read and not too long, also the characters seem so real and is a great romantic drama book. This book is for the ages 13 as people older would understand the book as there is some difficult words in the book. Overall this is a fantastic book which will make u both laugh and cry!!! A must read

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  127. The Fault In Out Stars is one of the most beautiful books I have ever read! It was really sad but still really good! My favourite part in the book would have to be when they meet because it’s really cute and it cheers Hazel up, and of course it’s the start of something huge that happens in her life. My favourite character is Isaac because he is really funny and brings a comical side to the book, which you need because it’s so sad. If I could change anything in the book it would be that Augustus doesn’t die, but I suppose that’s what makes it such a popular book because if that shock ending, but its just so sad!! I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a teenage romance and who is prepared to cry!! I give it a 9/10!

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  128. The Fault in our Stars is an emotionally gripping tale of two cancer patients. It follows their dramatic love story and all the ups and downs in their relationships. Their love and passion for one another is unbreakable. It is about sticking through the hard times and celebrating the good. Each character was strong mentally and could rely on another for support. When reading this novel, I really got a feel for the thoughts of each character and I tried to put myself in their shoes.

    John Green is an amazing author who can capture and portray the essence of emotion. He captures so much passion and love and makes his characters as their own individual self. They all have their strengths and limitations.

    I thought the fault in our stars was a gripping and compelling story of love, friendship and conquering hardships. It is a wonderful book that I would recommend to anybody wanting an emotion novel or up for a good cry. I would rate this book a 9 out of 10.

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  129. Makayla said:

    I believe that the book the fault in our stars is inspirational and also is a great book to read. I like this book because it shows us how to be strong when times are hard and when life is hard.I thought that the characters were different and were very strong and showed us how to believe and never give up in ourselves

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  130. The Fault in our Stars is such a touching story, I read the book before I watched the movie and I fell in love with it. I have read the book over 5 times and I can not put it down when ever I start reading it. John Green is a great author and his books are amazing. I recommend this book to everyone! It is truly adoring, I rate it a 10/10.

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  131. This is a really sad book but it is a really book, when I I started reading it and couldn’t put it down. The charters are really and really interesting. My favourite charters are Hazels parents because they are being really supportive and takes care of her a lot. Its about a girl called Hazel and she has cancer that makes her lungs not work properly so she has to carry a oxygen tank everywhere she goes. My least favourite bit is when the charter dies and my favourite bit is when hazel and augustus meet. I recommend this book to this everyone and rate this book a 10/10

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  132. Angela said:

    This book left me in a puddle of tears! I recommend it 10000000%. The Fault in our stars is a very sad book. The storyline was interesting and I couldn’t put it down. The plot was very well done and deep. The characters were amazing and very well developed but as well as this they were truly human. The quote on the front is 100% correct. I recommend this book for ages 12+. Also I give it a 10/10!

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  133. I loved the Fault in Our Stars a really sad but really good book about a girl Hazel Grace, with cancer which makes her lungs not work as normal so she has to bring a oxygen tank everywhere.
    My favourite part of this book is when Hazel Grace finally meets someone who is Augustus Waters and they make up their word ‘Okay’
    My favourite characters are Hazel Grace’s parents because they are so supportive of Hazel and care so much about her as all parents would about their children.
    My least favourite part is the saddest part of the book but I won’t give it away.
    I wouldn’t change this book in anyway because it is so good
    I would definitely recommend this book to everyone and anyone especially people who love tear jerkers.

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  134. Geilee said:

    I liked this book because it had a really good story and it’s the saddest story I have ever read. It is about a girl named Hazel and she has cancer. Hazel goes to a cancer support group and meets Augustus Waters. She falls head over heels in love but something goes wrong and suddenly things start changing. My favourite part of the book was when they went to the Anne Frank House it was romantic and beautiful. My favourite character was Hazel because she didn’t have much going on but when she met Augustus everything changed but something happened that left her heartbroken and she fixed herself up. I think she is brave, funny, caring and loyal. I can’t relate to any of the characters because I haven’t felt what they have felt but I know that people that have cancer can probably relate to them. My least favourite part was when one of the characters died I was literally crying even though I wasn’t even there. I grew attached to the characters and when he died I was crying my eyes out. If I could change something in the book I would make it that one of the characters live instead of dying but then the story would be different and not as beautiful. I would recommend this to anyone that wants a book with a sad but beautiful story. I would say anyone could read this book but it is for a bit more mature audience.

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  135. The Fault In our Stars is an amazingly fantastic book about two teenagers who meet at a cancer gathering and fall in love. It is about their ups, their downs and the way their love grows throughout the book. We can see the love and friendship changes each character in the book, strengthens them and literally keeps them alive. The ending of this tragic but beautiful story of Augustus and Hazel, is heart warming and precious, the only downside to it is that it may cause you to run out of tissue boxes. The quotes in this book are amazing, the lessons in it are unbelievable. I think the story will change the hearts of people who read it, and also change the opinions and thoughts about people with the awful disease of cancer. 10 out of 10!

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  136. Scarlett said:

    The fault in our stars is an amazing book that really connects with you an emotional level so that we realise the importance of cancer awareness and the affect it has on people. The story is about Hazel and Gus, Hazel is a 17 year old girl with lung cancer and Gus is a 18 year old in remission. This is amazing story of Gus’ love for Hazel and her denial of her love for him. Hazel appears to be sicker than Gus but in the end it was the other way round. This is my favourite sad book just because it hits you so hard.

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  137. Grace said:

    I read the book fault in our stars before I watched the movie and I think the book is much better. I found that in the book I could really feel what they were feeling and relate to the book. This book is funny and very, very sad.
    I loved Gus he had a big heart and was very funny.
    When I was reading the book I thought Hazel was going to die but it was big shock, twist when it was Gus that actually died. When he passed away I had a few drops of water run down my face. This is my favourite sad movie and it think most people have seen it but if you haven’t seen it go and watch it now. It is very emotional but great at the same time. I recommend this to every one.

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  138. The fault in our stars is truly a lovely book filled with romance, love and sadness.
    I don’t usually cry. Especially in movies and books but how can you not cry about this perfect couple who love each other dearly. The book starts off with Hazel having to go to a cancer support group where she meets her love of her life GUS! he is the perfect man to her and treats her well and they fall deeply involve but the some ups and downs happen like a roller coaster things fly along fine and then it hits unexpectedly. I love this book and I can’t pick who I love more Hazel or Gus. I think this is because they are perfect for each other they can both have different mind sets at different occasions but they seem to be fine in the click of a finger Hazel has a few issues when she meets Gus because she doesn’t want to break her heart or his because she thinks she is like a bomb that can explode any second! I love these two together and I recommend this for anyone it just simply truly amazing!

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  139. ‘The Fault in our stars’ is an amazing book written by John Green and is a story about two teenagers that find love despite them both having cancer.
    This is one of my favourite books and if want to read something that will make you cry this book is for you. I absolutely love this book and recommend it to anyone over the age of 12. 10/10.

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  140. The Fault in Now Stars is one of the best books I have ever read. Even though it’s really sad its amazing. I can’t believe that Gus had to die and why Hazle and Gus both had to have cancer. One of the parts that made me really sad and made me cry was when Gus had told Hazle that he was dieing and he had a certain time of period to live. I was like OMG this is so sad. I wanted to put the book down and never read it again and don’t keep going on. But I wanted to had to. Then when I had read that he had died right on that spot I had felt really sorry for Hazle and that had made me cry even more. I was so upset and shocked about Gus and that he wasn’t there anymore. The thing that had worried me was the person who had wrote the book that Hazel had loved to read. That scene was just disgraceful. I did not enjoy that part. I rate this book 10/10

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  141. brooke russell said:

    I can admit im not one to read a lot of books, but reading this book i never wanted it to end it was by far one of the most amazing books i have ever read. Everything about it made me want never put it down from the characters to the story line dead set incredible.with a romantic cute story line with a slight edge of sadness it will having you wanting more which is what lead me to the movie. i recommend this book to anybody who likes this genre or even just looking for a good read promised to give you a good time. i rate this book full 10 out of 10

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  142. Tanisha said:

    ‘The Fault in our Stars’ is an all time favourite of mine. When a friend recommended it to me 2013, I felt straight away drawn to a well-written book. With romance and sadness, I would recommend this book for anyone. My mum bought me the book for my birthday last year and I have already read it twice since then. I can’t even explain how good this novel is and I have already started reading other books by John Green.

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  143. The Fault in our stars is one of my favorite books. I read after hearing about how excited everyone was when they heard it was going to be a movie and hearing how good the book was. The book was amazing and I loved it. You get really attached to the characters in the book and feel for them. You experience the same emotions as they do through out the book. I love going on Hazel’s journey and through out the book and how her relationship with Augustus grows and develops. My favorite part in the book is when Hazel and Augustus go on the trip together. I loved the book the Fault In Our Stars and recommend it to any one how has watched the movie and liked it or if you’ve liked other John Green books. I give it 10 out of 10.

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  144. Rebecca said:

    This book is such a sad but inspiring book. Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters meet in a support group since Hazel has Cancer in her lungs and Augustus who had Leg cancer but is there with his friend. I find this book inspiring because Hazel is so strong and always thinking positive even if she is going through tough times. The author John Green has written this so perfectly. He connects with the readers in every way and has you left in tears on minute and laughing the next. I recommend this book for ages 12 and over and give it 5 out of 5 stars 🙂

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  145. Giarna said:

    This amazing book is about love, suffering and staying hopeful. This book made me to reduced to tears. A teenage girl named Hazel had a sad look on life until she went to a support group and meets Augustus. They soon develop a very close friendship that slowly turns into love. I rate this a 9 out of 10. I recommend this book to high school students as it might be too deep for younger students.

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  146. Tahlia said:

    I recommend the novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ by John Green. I loved this book because it is both about love, hope and suffering. My favourite part of this book was when Hazel and Gus first met. I think I was a beautiful story. It is about a teenage girl named Hazel who has had cancer and now has to carry around an oxygen tank to help her breath. Hazels mum insists that she goes to a support group where other people who have had cancer share their stories. That is where she meets Augustus. Hazel and Augustus (Gus) soon become very close friends, and it turns into love throughout the story.

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  147. This book is an emotional roller-coaster that will have you laughing one minute and in tears the next. It is a beautiful book, filled with love and tears. John Green is an incredible author, and I am keen to read more of his style in books. The plot twist is so crazy and unexpected ! It is hard to put this book down once you’ve started reading, it is so thrilling and moving. It captures your heart with sadness and love. I would rate this a 10/10 and recommend it ti anyone 12 +

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  148. Megan said:

    This book is honestly one of my favourites books. Who wouldn’t recommend it. Its got drama, romance, friendship and you will cry and laugh at chapters. Hazel has cancer and she meets Gus. They basically fall in love and are really happy but then something tragic happens. I don’t want to give anything away so I rate this book a 10/10 and recommend it to 12+.

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  149. This book is truly amazing. It is an emotional roller-coaster that will have you laughing one minute and in tears the next. I love how the author (John Green) has written the book in a way that shows how a teenager living with cancer would most likely feel about and view the world. I also love how he managed to create a connection between the person reading the book and the characters, and even though most people who have read the book probably have got no idea what it feels like to be a teenager living with cancer, they can feel every moment of pain and happiness from both Hazel and Gus. I think that this is such a beautiful book and will give you a real appreciation for your life and the people around you. I was absolutely hooked on this book and couldn’t put it down from the moment that I picked it up and started reading it. I would definitely recommend this book to anybody that is looking for a good read and I think that it is more suited to girls that are aged about 12/13+.

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  150. This book isn’t any book, its a book where you really feel Gus and Hazels pain, its like your them and your living there life slowing dying each day, and finally you after waiting Hazel meets a guy but someone who knows what its like to have Cancer, they become closer in friendship and Hazel and Gus get invited to go to Amsterdam and see a amazing author and see wonderful sights, i don’t wont to spoil the book but its jam packed with romance, drama, friendship, you will also cry and laugh so may i suggest a box of tissues because i cried. I recommend this book to anyone in grade 5 year 12. 9/10 for me

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  151. Olivia said:

    Who wouldn’t recommend this book? I absolutely fell in love with it on the first page, follow Hazel and Augustus on their journey of love. Hazel has cancer and Augustus has one leg but it doesn’t affect them! It has a lot of romance, drama, emotion and comedy to make you laugh and cry. It has a really good message! Bring along a box of tissues because you won’t be able to out this book down 4 1/2 stars out of 5

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  152. Matilda said:

    I recommend the book, “The fault in our stars”. I think I was a beautiful story. It is about a teenage girl named Hazel who has had cancer and now has to carry around an oxygen tank to help her breath. Hazels mum insists that she goes to a support group where other people who have had cancer share their stories. That is where she meets Augustus. Hazel and Augustus (Gus) soon become very close friends, and it turns into love throughout the story. My favourite part of the book was when Augustus and Hazel went on a trip together to meet their favourite author. I think it was sweet because Gus shared his wish with Hazel so that they could go together. My favourite character was Augustus, he was a really sweet and interesting character who was also very funny. I don’t have a least favourite part because it was just so good whether they were sad parts or funny parts. I would definitely recommend this book to people around the age of 12-15. I give it 4/5.

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  153. This is an absolutely stunning novel that left me wanting more. You definitely need a pack of tissues by the bed. John Green has written this novel in way which all teens and young adults can relate to. It is very easy to form a relationship with the characters and I was left missing them once I finished reading the book.
    This novel is about a young cancer sufferer, but the book is not consumed by cancer talk. Hazel is just trying to live her life, as any healthy teen would – it’s just a little more difficult. She meets Augustus at the cancer support group, where they form an immediate connection.
    I love all the characters and they each add something different to the dynamics of the story. I would have difficulty choosing a favourite!!
    I enjoyed every moment of this book. It is not too long and the style of writing is not too heavy so it is quite easy to read.
    This book is definitely worth reading, but be warned that lots of crying may be involved.
    I think this book suits 13 – early 20 year old, but anyone can enjoy it. I rate this book 5 stars out of 5!! Make sure you read it!!

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  154. Alexandra said:

    Honestly the worst book I have ever read only because I still haven’t emotional recovered. I have been a fan of John’s for years following him and his brothers vlogs and I was there when he announced the book and again when he announced the movie. It is a book that you will read and then have to sit on the end of your bed for about 3 and a half years crying your eyes out only because you can’t wrap your head around it. When you finally recover from the traumatic experience that is “The Fault in Our Stars”, you will come away will a real sense of appreciation not only for your life but the lives of those who you hold dear to you. I can honestly say this book changed me as a 12 year old when I first read it when it came out and it has still changed me to this day. I know a few people don’t want to read it only because of the sudden hype surrounding the movie adaptation but I still strongly recommend it if you want to be emotionally scared for life.

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  155. I recommend the fault in our stars because its really good. I was hooked and always eager to find out what happens next. I highly recommend this book to anyone that is into sad and emotional stories. My favourite character was Hazel because she was always really strong and always fighting.

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  156. The Fault in our Stars was a very sad but amazing book & movie. I was so engaged and hooked to the book. I went on an emotional roller coaster through happy and sad moments, I cried and I laughed. I really liked this book so I would give it a 9/10.

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  157. This book is my favourite book of all time. And I am NOT exaggerating! The story is about a girl named Hazel. She is diagnosed with cancer in her lungs at a young age, and now survives with one lung. This captivating novel bought me to floods of tears (Honestly, I cried non-stop for an hour) so if you are into a bit of romance or comedy or tear jerkers, this is the perfect book for you. Hazel meets this boy named Augustus Waters at her support group. Gus used to have cancer, but sacrificed his leg to get rid of it. This heart-warming story leads you on an emotional roller coaster – you will cry, smile and laugh as John Green takes you on a journey you will never forget. A hands down 5 out of 5!

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  158. This award winning book has star struck many different people and touch the hearts of young readers. Born and raised with a horrible disease a girl thought she would never find a way out. But after meeting someone unexpected her is turned up side down from doing nothing she is doing much more. No one would have thought a love would have happened. This sweet romance and tear jerker this book is definitely a 10/10!

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  159. Erin Mcgarrigle said:

    The Fault In Our Stars By John Green
    This book follows 16 year old Hazel who has terminal stage 4 thyroid cancer with metastasis forming in her lungs and all she wants is to live a normal life which seems practically impossible. While she attends a cancer support group recommended by her parents and her doctor, she meets a boy called Augustus. Even know he lost his leg to cancer he still has a higher survival rate than Hazel Grace.

    Hazel and Augustas become inseparable. The basis of there relationship is off Hazel’s favourite book An Imperial Affliction. They both read the book and love it as they can relate to the main character Anna who has a rare form of blood cancer, but the book leaves them with many questions unanswered questions like what happens to the characters in the end.

    They join together to find the author Peter Van Houten and get there questions answered and Augustus is even willing to give up his wish to take Hazel to Amsterdam and have the questions answered.

    What happened after this is up to you to find out. I loved this book and I could not put it down. I rate this book 5/5

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  160. I Absolutely loved this book!!! Hazel Grace was such a warm hearted character and would never loose her determantion she just kept fighting. She was diagnosed at the age of 13 and was forced to carry around a oxygen tank to support her lungs, or basically keep her alive. Her mum wanted her to live her life make friends and do as much as could with the time she had left. So her mum forced her to go to this support group where people with cancer talked about there feelings and how they were going.That’s is when the beautiful augustus waters comes into the picture. Sitting there fliring with Hazel is the start of a friendship that blossoms into a romance. It’s such an emotional book and when you read the book you feel like you are hazel, you feel as though your lungs are failing you feel as though you fall in love with Augustus. It is such a page turner and i recommend it to 13+!!!!!!!

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  161. Claire Evans said:

    This book reduced me too tears. John Green is a brilliant writer and is so poetic and philosophical in his writing. He points out the major issues in life and can prove to you that you life is so much more than what we think. Its about finding someone who will treat you right and understands you, caring for everyone around you and knowing who you can trust. John Green expresses all those different feelings in this book and in such a beautiful way. I recommend it to young adults and I rate it 10/10!

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  162. I recomend the fault in our stars its really sad but its a great story and it had me hanging but my seat the whole time. there are a few bits where its really happy and then the next its so sad but i really enjoyed it i would give it 5/5 stars !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  163. This book is so amazing! i love it so much! Every sentence is wanting you to just read on and on. I love hazel in this because she is so strong and sweet and just be’s herself. I rate this an 10/10!! I suggest this book to anyone 10 and over.

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  164. Olivia said:

    The Fault In Our Stars:
    The tragic love story between Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters will leave you gasping for breath and asking for more. Hazel is unfortunately diagnosed with lung cancer. Even though her time is limited Augustus continues to take her heart every single day. They meet at a cancer support group and ever since Augustus tries to be the apple in her eye. After so many different events in ends with a twist which I think is both my favourite and least favourite part.

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  165. The Fault in our stars is an engrossing, interesting and well written book. This book uses a serious situation of cancer to capture our hearts. The romantic love story between Augustus and Hazel and how it all can change in an instant when cancer is involved. My favourite character is Augustus as even when his cancer returned he didn’t think about himself, he thought about the one he loved and went to Amsterdam with her. My favourite part of the book is when they want out for dinner in Amsterdam as I thought this was really romantic an cute. My least favourite part of the book is when they said their funeral speeches to Augustus and it was really sad and emotional. I rate this book 9/10 and recommend this to ages 13 and above.

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  166. Gemma said:

    The Fault In Our Stars is a very inspiring story based on a young women called Hazel. Hazel is described really well throughout the book and is a real heart stopper. The fault in our stars is a true love story between two young adults who both have some sort of medical condition. Read this book I truly reccomend it. 9/10

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  167. Caitlin said:

    I absolutely love this book! Hazel is really well described the whole book is very well written. I love how every sentence leaves you wanting to read more and how the most unpredicted things happen. I would definatly reccomened this book and the movie. I rate this book a 9.5/10

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  168. Paris said:

    This is the greatest book of all time. Its a very sad book and its also a very sad movie to watch. My favourite character in the book is hazel because she has a big opened heart and thats what I love about this book, she lets everything out that she needs to let out. I give the book a 10/10 because it is written well and has a lot of emotions and feelings into the book. I give the movie a 9/10 because the book had more information than the movie and I maybe the directors should of add everything that was in the book not just some parts but if you haven’t read the book or seen the movie, watch and read the fault in our stars, TEAM HAZEL!!!

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  169. The Fault in Our Stars is and amazing book that I couldn’t put down! It is full of sadness, excitement, happiness and love. It was so intriguing and full of wonderings. It definitely touches your heart. Gus and Hazel have such an amazing relationship it really makes you think and I definitely recommend this book for anyone looking for something interesting and happy. I rate this book a 10/10!

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  170. Ellie said:

    I really loves this book. I had all of the emotions that a good book needs, excitement, happiness, sadness, love, wonder and so much more. I would rate this book a 9/10. I loved the movie too but personally I think that the book is better because there is just more in it. I would highly recommend this book to anyone, probably a girl that was just after something enticing.

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  171. Alexandra C said:

    The most saddest, brilliant book that made me cry! This book taught me how hard it is to have a cancer. I learnt a lot of things from this brilliant, well written book. I definitely recommend it.

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  172. This is the most beautiful book… Both sad, up lifting and just touches you and makes you feel so lucky with what you have. The characters were beautiful in the book, I immediately sympathised with them and felt as though I knew them. Hazel and Gus, keep fighting even when things seem hopeless. It is the most beautiful love story. I fell in love with Gus. This book definitely deserves 5 stars, you cannot put it down once you start and once it ends I can assure you will have some tears in your eyes. If I was you I would definitely read the book, even if you have watched the movie.

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  173. Chiara said:

    I absolutely loved the book “The Fault in Our Stars” it was a bunch of mix emotions throughout the whole movie, sad, nervous, happy, greatful and so much more.
    I definitely would recommend this book for people who like a bit of romance and emotion.
    I adored all the characters in this book and thought they were all very inspirational. Hazel and Gus i thought shared a very important message to just keep fighting.
    Sometimes you just didn’t know what you were feeling, you wanted to laugh, then cry and sometimes you wanted to be angry.
    Overall this is an amazing and very inspirational book and i would definitely recommened this book because you learn a lot from it and you just cannot put it down!
    “The Fault in Our Stars” definetley deserves 5 stars!!

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  174. Marisa said:

    The Fault in our Stars is a wonderful book with loveable characters. The storyline is really great and the plot twists are very unexpected. I heard of this book from the internet. At the time I wasn’t expecting much but I was very wrong. I cried while reading it because it is SO well written. John Green is an amazing author with really great writing skills. I would recommend this book to anyone who loves romance and plot twists. There are many other books by John Green, because I’ve read quite a lot of them. The movie was a great representation of the book.
    I would rate this book 9/10.

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  175. The fault in our stars is an amazing book! I loved the characters and their personalities and the story line is one that is easy to follow and loveable. I really liked this book and I think it was because I read it before everyone started talking about it so my expectations weren’t high. This book made me cry and I simply had to shut it and embrace the sadness and greatness of the story. John Green is an excellent author and I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a love story but with surprising twists. I would rate this book a 8/10 i really loved it and the movie was great to.

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  176. – I had to read the fault in our stars for school and when I got assigned to read it I heard it was good but after I read it I think it was underestimated because this book was amazing. The story line was put together exceptionally well and even though its not a happy movie that everyone wants to watch it was sad movie. However that was okay because it really made you think about how it would feel to be Hazel Grace or Augustus waters and having to wake up every morning knowing that you could die any second. I would highly recommend this book because even though you think you know what events will occur you could never guess how the book ends and how addicting it is to read. I am not a book person but after reading this it has changed me and read more. Daisy dtobias@shcgeelong.catholic.edu.au

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  177. Annabelle said:

    The fault in our stars is an emotional but exciting and loving journey of a girl, Hazel Grace who has cancer and is horribly sick. She mets the love of her life, Augustus (Gus) at a cancer support group. They instantly connect and from there on their love gets stronger. Gus is also sick and has a terrible cancer. Either of them could die soon, but instead they choose to focus on the present and always hang around each other. They are both positive and loving people that sure the same dream. Chasing their dream became an issue but as soon they it was over they flew to Paris and had an amazing adventure. This is a sad book but also is filled with happiness and a few laughs. I love this book because it captures the moment of love and romance. I reccomend this book to people 12 + and give it a 10/10. You will need lots of tissues too!

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  178. This is such an wonderful story full of lots of exciting, happy, sad and emotional feelings that hit you all at the same time. The story line is just so inspiring and heart felt as it helps us realise how lucky we are! I loved reading the book as it is about a girl called Hazel Grace who’s goes through an epic journey tho she isn’t actually sick with cancer but experiences new things like falling in love! Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters are the two main characters.I would defiantly recommend reading this book and watching the movies are they are equally both great! (It doesn’t matter which one you read or watch first because you will still enjoy them) This story is so sad but happy as well in some parts! This is defiantly a must read book and a must see movie as it has so many ups and down along the way! I recommend this movie to people who love soppy heartfelt stories!
    (btw you will need lots of tissues)

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  179. I loved this book .
    It was so well described and well written.
    I loved the story line. Even though Hazel has a massive problem and that doesn’t stop her doing anything.
    She fall in love and meets the writer of her favourite book.
    She dose amazing things and she gets her little infinity.

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  180. The Fault in Our Stars is another John Green classic. It has everyone I know raving about it, and I can understand why as the love story between Hazel and Gus is really cute and Gus is so sweet.
    I thought this book was superbly written, and nothing less than what you would expect from an author like John Green. I enjoyed reading this book as it was easy to follow and had a good story line. However even though I really enjoyed it I thought that it was not all that it was made out to be. I personally found that many of the other John Green books were up to the same standard and I think that it has mostly been so popular because of the teenage love story. I think I was a little let down by this, however this is most likely because I had high expectations from the beginning.
    Despite this it would still be a book I would come back to. You fall in love with the characters and the twists and turns of the novel really play on your emotions. I like the way this book has been written because it has a quirky style and is not your typical straight forward read.
    I would rate this book an 8/10, definitely give it a read!

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  181. I recommend fault in our stars it is so emotional and has so many highs and lows but is worth it in the end, it is about two young people finding each other and falling in love the only thing is they are both cancer patients who find each other at a meeting have a great connection and bond over a book, they then go to Amsterdam to visit the author of the book and find out that he is mean and didn’t want them there his assistant brang them here, the happiness shortly ends when Gus tells Hazel that the has cancer again. It end in disaster when Gus passes away and Hazel is Heart broken. My favourite character is Gus because he is always happy and making Hazel happy even though rough times. I love this movie and book no matter how emotional.

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  182. Olivia W said:

    The Fault In Our Stars:
    This book amazes me. How could John Green explain cancer so well without even having it? This book is about the ever so deep love between Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters. The book is amazing when Hazel and Gus meet at support group thats when the book hits you and you start to really get into it. John Green explains how life is hard with cancer and how even though you can be feeling the worst of worsts and then you day can just light up. Hazels light was Gus. Gus took her out made her feel special told her she was beautiful and John Green wrote about a man every girl fell in love with. As there is a plot twist in the book this book stands out to me because its not typical its different. The only thing i can think of that is wrong with this book is that the movie isn’t nearly as good as the book which happens a lot but it really upsets me that this was the case for ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ However the book is amazing i rate it 8/10 and recumbent it to 13+ as there is a bit of kissing and stuff.

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  183. The Fault in Our Stars is a touching, emotional book with a heart warming and heart breaking story. Hazel Grace Lancaster was diagnosed with lung cancer when she was 13, meaning that she needs to carry an oxygen tank around with her where ever she goes. She has had to deal with medical scans, meetings and check ups for a long time. Hazel finds her life pretty dull, until she meets the charming, beautiful, one legged Augustus Waters at support group. Hazel and Gus get on really well, and both share a strong love for the book “An Imperial Infliction”. This book has caused both of them grief, for it finishes in the middle of a sentence. With Hazel’s brains and Augustus’ charm, they eventually take the opportunity to travel to Amsterdam to meet the author of the book. But things don’t stay happy for ever… Personally, I found the book quite depressing and didn’t enjoy it as much as I wanted to, and I actually prefer the movie. If the book doesn’t grab you, the movie definitely will! I rate The Fault in Our Stars 8/10 and recommend it for people 12+ or just looking for a touching contemporary read.

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  184. The fault in our stars is such an amazing story, it’s exciting, happy, sad and emotional all at the same time. The story line is so inspiring and helps us realise how lucky we have it! I love reading about Hazel’s journey through not only being sick with cancer but also with experiencing new things and falling in love!! I would defiantly recommend reading the book and also watching the movie, both are great! It doesn’t matter whether you read or watch the movie first, you will still really enjoy it. In the book and movie Hazel Grace and augustus waters are the main characters, they are both teenagers. Hazel has cancer that she got when she was only a young teenager, Augustus had cancer and had to get part of his leg cut off because of it. They meat each other at a help session for people who have or have had cancer! They fall in love and go on many journeys together. This story is so sad but happy as well in some parts! It is defiantly a must read…or you must see the movie. From what I have heard everybody loves it, so i’m sure you would too!

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  185. Makayla said:

    The Fault In Our Stars was a really good read. This was my first time reading a John Green novel and he did not fail to impress me, after reading The Fault In Our Stars I finally understood why everyone raved about John Green. My favourite characters in TFIOS are Hazel and Isaac. Even though Isaac is not really one of the main characters in the book, he still plays an important part in the life of Hazel and Gus. Through Isaac we can see how the loss of an important sense such as sight can change your entire life. Hazel is my other favourite character because she’s so intelligent, and the way she expresses her thoughts (although quite complex) make sense to me. Even though I can not say that I have had the unfortunate experience of being diagnosed with cancer, Hazel makes her life relatable to even the healthiest of people. John Green portrays Hazel as someone who can easily make people feel empathetic. I rate this book 10/10, pretty much changed my life.

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  186. Sarah said:

    Needless to say, John Green is a genius. The Fault In Our Stars to me started off a bit slow, but by the end I couldn’t put the book down for anything in the world. The main character Hazel Grace Lancester has cancer, and it is at a support group that her parents encourage her to go to, that she meets the nothing short of charming Augustus Waters. Their love story will have you crying your eyes out in awe and admiration. This is the stuff that girls dreams are made of! This emotional and touching story is perfect for any teenage girl in need of a good heart felt read

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  187. The fault in our stars was an amazing and emotional book. It was about a girl called Hazel who is battling cancer and meets a cute guy called August who used to have cancer in his leg. Together they has an amazing adventure that takes you wondering and wanting to just read on and on. The two teenagers relationship is beautiful and tragic i would recommend this book for people who enjoy reading romance and beautiful tragic journeys. I would give this book a definite 10/10.

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  188. I recommend the book, “The fault in our stars”. I think I was a beautiful story. It is about a teenage girl named Hazel who has had cancer and now has to carry around an oxygen tank to help her breath. Hazels mum tries to make her go to a support group where other people who have had cancer share their stories. That is when and where she met Augustus. Hazel and Augustus (Gus) soon become very close friends, and it turns into love throughout the story. My favourite part of the book was when they went on a trip to find their favourite author they loved since they were little. My favourite character was Augustus, he was a really sweet and tried to make hazel feel good, he was quite funny with the things that he said. I would definitely recommend this book to everyone but may have to be older then 12 because it might be too confusing. I give it a 10/10

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  189. Fault In our Stars is an amazingly fantastic book about two teenagers who meet at a cancer gathering and fall in love. It is about their ups, their downs and the way their love grows throughout the book. We can see the love and friendship changes each character in the book, strengthens them and literally keeps them alive. The ending of this tragic but beautiful story of Augustus and Hazel, is heart warming and precious, the only downside to it is that it may cause you to run out of tissue boxes. The quotes in this book are amazing, the lessons in it are unbelievable. I think the story will change the hearts of people who read it, and also change the opinions and thoughts about people with the awful disease of cancer. 10 out of 10!.

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  190. Sarah said:

    The fault in our stars is a beautiful book about teenage romance, but with a sad and horrible twist, the two teens meet at a cancer survival group. It is written by John Green who is an amazing writer. My favourite character in this book is definitely Augustus because he is a very unique character. I would recommend this book to people over 12 as it has some medical terms included. This book was one of the bests books Ive ever read and brought me to tears numerous times. I would rate it a 10/10.

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  191. The Fault In Our Stars is an emotional book, you will be the happiest you have ever been in one part and the next moment you will be a ship-wreck, crying again and again. I have read the book over 8 times and it still gets to me every time even though I know it is coming up. Hazel and Augustus’ relationship is the cutest relationship ever, they have been though thick and thin and they still care and will go through anything as long as they are together. Although Hazel didn’t believe in this relationship working in the start, she finally starts to realise that she is the happiest she has ever been when with Augustus.This book just makes you realise all the small things in life that you should really take notice of because some people don’t have the life you have. This book has really brought me to my senses. I rate this book a 10/10.

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  192. Grace said:

    The Fault In Our Stars ~ John Green

    I absolutely loved this book! It is so emotional and action packed, but such a tear jerker! I could not put this book down after I started reading it. The main characters, Augustus Waters and Hazel (Grace) Lancaster, have an amazing and adorable relationship. Hazel has a rare case of cancer in her lungs, where as Augustus had his leg amputated to get rid of the cancer in there. Augustus instantly fell in love with Hazel, but Hazel refused to let herself fall for him, because as she says, she is a grenade. Hazel feels she is responsible to minimise the amount of deaths caused by her, by being a vegetarian. She also feels that she should try to not make any permanent relationships so that she will not hurt anyone. Overall this is an absolutely incredible book!!!! 10/10 for sure.

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  193. Ella Cairns said:

    The fault in our stars- John Green
    I recommend this book to almost anyone only be sure to have a box of tissues with you! It’s such a tear jerker! Hazel has a rare case of cancer and often refers to her self as the side effect which she believes is very true. Soon enough though she meets a boy at the support group her mum and dad make her go to. Straight away the boy (Augustust Waters) falls in love with her but she won’t let her self have feelings for him because she believes that she is a grenade! (odd adjective I know). This is her telling Augustust that one day she is going to get really sick and hurt the people that cared for her so she feels it’s her responsibility to make sure not alot of people are hurt. Also the movie is amazing but I wouldn’t say it’s better than the book. Really a beautiful book 🙂

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  194. This is an amazing and heart melting book of love and sickness. At the beginning of the book you meet Hazel Grace who is terminally ill suffering from cancer. She is not your normal teenager she doesn’t attend school usually sits at home and watches t.v. or reads her favourite book the Imperial Affliction. It is until she meets Augustus Waters at her cancer support group when he life turns around. As they get bought closer and closer together there is a sudden twist which will surprise you very much. This book is a tear jerked so I would be having a box of tissues next to you when you read. Although it contains so adult content, it’s the best book I have ever read. I give this book 10 / 10!

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  195. Lucy c said:

    This is a very meaningful and sad book. A sixteen yearold girl called Hazel suffers with a type of lung cancer and is forced to go to cancer support group. When she gets there she meets a buy called Agustes Waters. Together, they fall in love. They have an understanding of each other and what it’s like to be diagnosed. they also have there own metaphorical language. It is a very said book wich gives ou an insite to what its like to have cancer. It is an amazing book and i would rate it a ten out of ten.

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  196. Scarlett said:

    This book is so amazing! The Fault In Our Stars has changed the way I go into a situation and really made me think about how I view the world. It is a beautiful story and I think that everyone would love it. I don’t have a favourite character because I love them all. They all bring something different to the book and to choose just one would be cruel. I do love Augustus Waters. I think that the way he treats Hazel is exactly how every girl wants to be treated. I think that everyone should read this books. It is a little confronting the way that Hazel talks about her life, but there are so many wonderful messages in the book that everyone could take into their own life. It can really relate to everyone, and it’s definitely changed how I think of things. John Green has done a wonderful job. 10/10
    “The world, is not a wish granting factory.”

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  197. Ella Cairns said:

    “There will come a time when all of us are dead. All of us. There will come a time when there are no human beings remaining to remember that anyone ever existed or that our species ever did anything. There will be no one left to remember Aristotle or Cleopatra, let alone you. Everything that we did and built and wrote and thought and discovered will be forgotten and all of this will have been for naught. Maybe that time is coming soon and maybe it is millions of years away, but even if we survive the collapse of our sun, we will not survive forever. There was time before organisms experienced consciousness, and there will be time after. And if the inevitability of human oblivion worries you, I encourage you to ignore it. God knows that’s what everyone else does.”
    ― John Green, The Fault in Our Stars
    Hazel Grace is a girl that doesn’t think like most teenagers her age would, she thinks about things more deep than others would. She believes that everything is a side affect of dying. Hazel has cancer in her lungs and has to carry around a tank everywhere she goes and her mum insists she goes to support group and one day when she does she finds the love of her life. This book isn’t for the weak hearted it’s for the strong. And NOBODY expects the end it’s a great book and one to make you cry! My rating would be 10-10

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  198. My friend recommended me this book and i thank her every day for it. This book is a love story, comedy, sad and a heart warming novel that will leave you speechless. The fault in our stars is about a girl (Hazel) who has lung cancer and is battling to survive, Hazel meets a boy called Augustus Waters. The story is about how friendship and love can take you places. I recommend this book to 12-18 years. This book is amazing and the movie is even better! If you have not read this book i suggest 100% that you will love it and you should buy or order copy. I rate this book a 10000000000000+/10!

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  199. I highly recommend the book, The Fault in Our Stars. I think it was a wonderful story. It is about a teenage girl named Hazel Grace who has cancer and now has to carry around an oxygen tank with her to to help her breath. Hazels mum insists that she goes to a support group where other people share their cancer stories. That’s where she meets Augustus. Hazel and Augustus quickly become very close friends, and it turns into love during the story. I thought it was very sweet when Gus shared his wish with Hazel to meet the author together. My favourite character was Hazel, she was a really nice a person with lots of hope in herself.. I honestly couldn’t pick my favourite part in the book it was all just to good. I would definitely recommend this book to people from the age of 12 and over. My rating for the book would be a 10/10!

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  200. This book would have to be the most amazing book I have ever read. This made me burst into tears but then made me burst out laughing. My favourite part of this story would have to be when they meet. It is so cute how they talk to each other awkwardly and how they learn to love each other. I love how Hazel and Gus go to Amsterdam together and form an amazing relationship. This story broke my heart but it is the most incredible story ever!!! I would read this book everyday of my life if I had time. You must read this book, it is flawless
    I rate this book a 100000000/10 🙂

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  201. I really have no bad words about this book! it is an emotional story that really makes you appreciate life a little more. It’s an easy read but it’s hard to get through without crying a little bit. Great book to shed a few tears rate this 10/10 amazing work by John Green.

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  202. Stefanie said:

    i nearly started crying after i read this book and i was so upset it was over i just loved it i kept on wanting to know more it was great knowing that they were happy together although i dont recommend it to little kids as it has mature things that is not very appropriate for little kids. Ive read it once but im sure to read a lot more i would rate it a 9/10 🙂

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  203. Georgia said:

    This book is so good. I absolutely loved it and would read it again a million more times. It’s so romantic but so sad! I highly recommend it to anyone who wants a good book, and John Green is an amazing author. The story of Hazel and Augustus is very touching and is guaranteed to make anyone cry! This book is so inspiring and I would rate it 9/10!

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  204. I loved this book. It is one of my favourites and I would read it over and over again. The novel told the story of a young girl who had cancer and met a boy who had been cured from cancer. It is a romantic book that was funny but quite sad as well. I don’t have a favourite part however, I like the scenario where Augustus and Hazel Grace meet after a cancer session. Augustus was holding a cigarette and Hazel said that she wouldn’t date anyone that smokes because she doesn’t understand how someone who has cancer could still put their life at risk. Then comes one of my favourite quotes, Augustus says, “It’s a metaphor, you put the killing thing right between your teeth but you don’t give it the power to do its killing”. My favourite character was Hazel Grace. I liked her and Augustus together because they were so cute and enjoyed each others company. She held her head up high and didn’t let anything (cancer) get in her way. I can’t relate to anyone in particular but I knew a man that suddenly got a brain tumour and slowly passed away. I wouldn’t change the book in any way. I loved the humour and the emotional parts as well. I would definitely recommend this book because it is really inspirational. I would recommend it for the ages of 13+ because it does have some sexual descriptions and a tiny bit of swearing but overall it is an amazing book! As I have said, I have read it a couple times now and would happily read it again! I would rate it 9.5/10!!!

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  205. I highly recommend the book “The fault in our stars”. The book is amazing, i have read this book twice. John Green is a great author. The book is about a girl named Hazel and she has cancer. She meets a boy and after she has met this boy, her great journey begins. Some negative things happens as well as positive things but Hazel enjoys Augustus Walters company. I rate this book a 9/10, i loved this book.

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  206. I love ‘The fault in our Stars’ it is amazing and inspiring. It is so heart warming and John green really gives us an insight into Hazels life and what it is like to have cancer. This book has the power to change your emotions. The characters are so interesting and hold so much emotion. My favourite character is Augustus Waters because he is so romantic and perfect for Hazel. Everything that he says and does is just right. I love this book so much and probaly is the best book that I have ever read. I would rate it 9/10.

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  207. Claire said:

    The fault in our stars would have to be one of the saddest books I have read. It Is a cancer story about a love between two cancer survivors and their journeys. Let me tell you that if you are not into sad books then you definitely should not read this. It is a really touching story and John Green has definitely done this very well. It is written in the perspective of a teenager with cancer which makes it even more emotional to read. John Green is a fantastic writer because of the unique writing style and your ability to capture the reader’s heart. The Fault in Our Stars is a book I would recommend to anyone and everyone!

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  208. This book is so wonderful. It is beautiful and heart warming!! I recommend the book The Fault in our Stars to a age range of 12 and over. This book makes you feel happy, sad, energetic and the Author really makes you feel like you are part of the book.The characters all have such a strong characteristics Everyone will be telling you how excellent it is but when you read it you will understand why they were carrie on about it .My favorite character was Augustus Waters, a boy Hazel meets at one of her Cancer support group meetings. Through out the book Hazel and Augustus become close and end up in a relationship. This is a 9/10 boy and i hope you can read it and love it as much as i did.

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  209. Grace said:

    The fault in our stars is a beautiful book, it’s by far my favourite book and once you start reading you can not stop. The way John Green has written the book is wonderful and this novel is about a young girl, Hazel Grace who meets a 17 year old boy and they fall in love. My favourite character is Hazel Grace and living with bad lungs would be very hard. My favourite scene was when Gus and Hazel met because he is so sweet and the way the author has written it has just topped it all off! I actually thanks John Green for writing this book because it is the most sweetest books ever.

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  210. This was a novel that I was coxed into reading by my friends as it is not the kind of genre of book I would usually read. But what can I say, when you read a book in 5 hours straight nothing more can be said. This is a novel set inside the life of a young teenage girl – hazel lancaster. Hazel has a lung problem and John Green sends on an extreme ride through year of her life, through her ups and downs alongside friends, family and a boyfriend. It was an emotional roller coaster and at the mention of it I just melt – you feel soooo much in the reading of this book and I salute my hat to john green in his successful studies of how much the hearty can feel and take in so short of a amount of time. I cannot comprehend how the movie could ever delve so deep into the human heart the way this author has – if anything, it will either scratch the surface or prove john green’s studies wrong.

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  211. How do I even begin to talk about ‘The Fault In Our Stars’, it was one of the most beautiful books I have ever read and even though it is about cancer it is incredible and sad but funny all at the same time. My favourite character is of course Augustus because he is so gorgeous and is so positive and always tries to cheer Hazel up and they are just so cute! My favourite part of the book was when they went to Amsterdam because I think it was so nice to Gus to give up his wish for Hazel and it was a good escape for them to just forget all about being sick. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a beautiful love story but also who enjoys sad books because it is very sad. I am so incredibly excited for the movie and I hope I can handle it because I cried in the trailer. I am just so excited! Great book 10/10.

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  212. I recommend the book ‘the fault in our stars’ written by John Green. The story is narrated by a sixteen-year-old cancer patient named Hazel, who is forced by her parents to attend a support group, where she subsequently meets and falls in love with the seventeen-year-old Augustus Waters, an ex-basketball player and amputee. The book is full of sadness, hope and love, I would recommend it to anyone aged 12+. This book is written from the heart and is full of romance, action and adventure. It is truly an inspirational book that I could read over and over again. I loved it and I know you will too.
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  213. OMG this is the best book ever!!! i am currently reading it at the moment and its amazing. so far there has been many parts in the book that made me laugh, I also love Hazel but its so sad to see her at that age in her state. Everyone must read this book and i know i don’t have much to say about it because i haven’t finished it yet but man it is the most saddest but funniest book i have READ!!!!! 10/10

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  214. Jasmine said:

    No words will do this book justice.
    ‘The fault in our stars’ is an eye opening, heart warming book. Its raw and upfront, which is what I loved about it. You genuinely feel in love with the characters for who they are.
    Yes, its sad and yes I guarantee you will cry at one point or another. But its also really funny and an extremely enjoyable read at times.
    It totally changed my life. It opens up your eyes to the topic of death and that life isn’t perfect it also tells the tale of an unlikely love story between Hazel and Augustus who are both victims of cancer. Although Gus is clear of his cancer, he makes it his job to show Hazel how to enjoy being alive and fall in love.
    I can say all this keeping in mind that this isn’t normally I book I would pick up. But I heard nothing but good things about it and decided one day to start reading it.
    Best decision I could have possibly made.
    John Green as pulled off what is one of the most inspirational and iconic book of our age.
    Can’t wait for the movie!
    10/10 ☆

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  215. This book is so wonderful. It is beautiful and heart warming!! The characters all have such a depth and are really amazing! Everyone was telling me how excellent it is but when I read it I understood what they were on about. Halfway through the book I partly wanted to stop reading as to never finish it; But I really needed to know what happens! I recommend this book to anyone who loves books and wants to enjoy a really good one!! I would give it a 10/10 because its just that good! I’m so excited for the movie!

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  216. Rebecca said:

    This book left me in a puddle of tears! I recommend it 10000000%. The Fault in our stars is a very thought provoking book. The storyline was interesting and I couldn’t put it down. But the plot was very well done and deep. The characters were amazing and very well developed but as well as this they were truly human. The quote on the front is 100% correct. I recommend this book for ages 12+.

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  217. This book was absolutely amazing and one of the best I’ve ever read. My the end of the book I was moved by it. It was so beautifully written and I don’t understand how anyone couldn’t like it. My favourite part of this book was when Augustus told Hazel and Isaac to write eulogies so he could attend his own post-funeral. I was in tears when Hazel and Isaac were reading out their pieces. I love all the characters because they all have something uniquely special about them, but my three favourites are Augustus because of his amazing personality, the way he treats Hazel and the way he never gives up until he gets her. I love Isaac for his determination for losing his eyesite and humour. And last of all Hazel because of her outlook on life and her attitude towards cancer and living with it. I loved the whole book and I couldn’t find a fault within it. I wouldn’t change anything about this book because it is amazing, as much as I don’t want something to happen to someone at the end, the ending is really what tops it off. I would recommend it to anyone 13 and over and I would rate it 10/10!! 😀

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  218. Julia said:

    This was one of the best books I have ever read. It was an amazing story with an incredible storyline. The characters were amazing too, they were also very interesting. I could read this book so many more times because it was so good.
    I liked all the characters especially Augustus.
    I can’t wait for the movie to come out because I am sure it will be amazing if not even more amazing than the book.
    I rate this book 12+ and I give it a mark of 9/10

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  219. To be honest I can’t wait for this movie to come out I think it would be so emotional and touching just like the book. It is based around cancer is I know you will cry!! I can’t wait to see the movie so exiting!!!

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  220. i am at the moment in the middle of this book and i have to say i can not put it down. it’s so emotional and touching and theres so much excitement on every page. Hazel is a great character because she dose not let cancer get in the way of her and be all she thinks about. Augusts is such sweet and caring character especially to hazel and has a sense of humour. John Grenn this would have to be the best book of all time, and i can’t wait to see it as a movie.

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  221. Possibly the best book about cancer and love, and emotions of all time. Take a bow John Green. You have officially ruined my life!

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  222. Stephanie said:

    The BEST book I’ve ever read, I balled my eyes out acted just like the quote said at the front of the book “You cry, you laugh, then you come back for more!” I’ve actually watched the trailer about 100 times! I’m just counting down the days until the movie comes out! It’s so heart warming. One of the best books by one of the best authors of our time! It was written so well! Sarcasm, wit, irony, emotion, all wrapped up in a little bundle of pages.

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  223. Georgia said:

    The Fault In Our Stars is by far one of the best books I’ve ever read. I really enjoyed it, and it’s one of the many books I finished in under a week. It explains the struggle of Hazel and Augustus throughout they’re journey of knowing each other. My favourite part of this book would have to be at the very end because it shows how much they loved each other even though they’re difficulties they have faced together. I can not choose on favourite character as each person has a special role to play. On a personal level I can not relate to any of these characters but I could feel their emotions due to how well John Green has written the book. I would recommend to anyone willing to read it to read this book before the movie comes out. I rate this book a 10/10!

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  224. The Fault in Our Stars
    This was probably the most moving book I have ever read. It had it all and by the end it had me and both tears and laughter. The story is of two teenagers who are sick and blossom a love for one another. My favourite part is when one of the main characters Gus takes Hazel on a romantic holiday which is a wish a life long wish for Hazel. My favourite character was Gus because he is every girls dream guy and he was so sweet to Hazel. I feel I can relate to the characters because they are similar age bracket to me and they both experienced their first love which is something I have to look forward too. Although the story is sad, it ends on a good note and didn’t not like one part about it. I would recommend this book to people who are interested in a love story because it’s something that is relatable and explores the true meaning to love someone.

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  225. I recommend the book The Fault in our Stars. This book makes you feel happy, sad, energetic and the Author really makes you feel like you are in / part of the book. My favourite part of this book was when Hazel and Augustus met each other. This book is about a girl named Hazel. She has cancer, and goes to a special group where other kids that have cancer (ages 16 – 19) go to. One day when Hazel goes to support group, she meets a guy named Augustus Waters who starts crushing on her. This boy will change her life forever. I highly recommend this book to anyone who loves a good book about love, happiness and sadness. This is the best book I have ever read and I rate it a 10/10.

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  226. The Fault in our Stars… Where do I begin. I haven’t even finished the book and I am in love with it! I can’t wait to finish this book but I don’t want it to end. Hazel and Gus are two teenagers who share an acerbic wit, a disdain for the conventional, and a love that sweeps them on a journey. Their relationship is all the more miraculous given that Hazel’s other constant companion is an oxygen tank, Gus jokes about his prosthetic leg, and they met and fell in love at a cancer support group. I love this book because it just pulled me right in after the first word. I do not what John Green did but he just made me fall in love with him and his book! I love the fact that Augustus Waters loves Hazel just the way she is and nothing can change it. He is my favourite character because I like how he think, acts and how he is going to use his wish to take Hazel to see Peter Van Houten.

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  227. Siobhan said:

    I have not long finished this book and I can gladly say that it is probably one of the best books i’ve ever read! Though the story may be a bit sad and not for everyone it is still such an amazing book. The characters in the are all different but do share some similarities. John Green has just such a great way of writing which I think is what makes the book so enjoyable. The character of Hazel was such a determined strong girl and wouldn’t give up on anyone even though she was a ‘dynamite’ waiting to explode. The story of Augustus was quite a sad one though even though he didn’t like to show much emotion and didn’t care much for himself then he did towards Hazel. When I heard they were making a movie I was so excited and even more excited when I found out who would play Hazel and Gus. I loved this book and hope to read more John Green books in the near future.

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  228. The fault in our stars
    This book is great! It captures the reader’s hearts with the plot-twisted love between Hazel and Gus. From the moment I read this it became a part of my every day life such as “Grenades” and the main one, “Okay”. I’ve always wondered if Hazel lives long after Gus or if she dies soon after. I couldn’t read this book without having a tear or two…
    John Green is one of my favourite writers because of the unique writing style and your ability to capture the reader’s heart. The Fault in Our Stars is a book I would recommend to anyone and everyone!

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  229. I know that movie of this book is coming out soon and everyone wants to see it but I highly recommend reading the book before you see the movie.
    As soon as I read this book it immediately became my favourite book of all time.
    The book is about an uncommon love story between two teenagers Hazel and Augustus. This is a romance book but its not your typical love story where everyone is happy and everyones life is perfect. The story deals with hard and serious issues that I can’t even begin to imagine what its like to feel what they are feeling. The author, John Green, writes the story so well. His writing is very sophisticated and mature. I love how he is able to capture exactly how the character is feeling and make you feel for the character and really feel quite sad or happy for them. When reading this book I felt like I knew the characters, like I had met them. My favourite character would have to be Hazel. Her personality is so different to a typical teenage girls, maybe because she has different circumstances to those of a normal teenage girl. She is nerdy and weird but cool and different at the same time. She’s brave, determined and she speaks her mind. And despite her being a book character I really believe that she is a role model. John Green reels you in in this romantic drama and you begin to fall in love with all the characters. Their different stories are inspiring. I rate this book a big fat 10/10!

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  230. I just finished reading this book and I was really surprised with how good it is. I have heard others talking about this book for a while now and I thought that they were just exaggerating about how good it is but I was wrong. It is a book that can truly make you feel for the characters. It is filled with surprises and romance. The Fault In Our Stars does have people with cancer in it but its more about the romance side. It is a book that may make you cry but it is really worth reading. It show a very unique outlook on life and is filled with thought provoking quotes. I would recommend this book to teenagers and everyone else who is older.

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  231. Genevieve said:

    I read this book at the beginning of last year and it is still and will probably always be one of my favourites. The Fault in Our Stars is a whole lot different to the books I normally tend to read however I loved every page of it. Despite cancer playing a major role in the story it still isn’t a ‘cancer book’ that Hazel herself dislikes so much, it is a book about two young people that meet because of cancer and they give each other an infinity in numbered days. Many people might not want to read this book because after the first page you can tell that it’s going to be sad, but those people would miss the hilarious dialogue, the thought-provoking quotes, and most of all a kind of romance that can only be found in books.
    All of John Green’s books are terrific and this one was no different, I would recommend this book to everyone that is able to read (and also those who can’t).

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  232. I loved this book so much !! It is such a emotional and inspiring story, I found out about the book on tumblr and i wanted it so badly, i was looking for the book everywhere and could not find it until my sister brought it home from work one day, and i basically had a little party by myself in my room !! thats how happy i was, I loved the book so much and i highly recommend for everyone to read it !! Its such a amazing book, i loved it so much and i think everyone else would !!

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  233. Lucy c said:

    I think was a very sad and emotional story. I think that it became very popular and gave me an a glimpse of what sick children feel like. When Hazel and Augustus meet they share a strong bond and seem to understand each other in a very emotional way. I think that this book is for more mature readers and that if you are around thirteen years old or younger you should check with your parents as there are some inappropriate scenes. Hazel and Augustus fighter very hard but they didn’t want people to give them there sympathy and feel sorry for them.

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  234. I read this book over the holidays and I definitely now understand why it is so popular, especially among teenagers. I think John Green is incredibly creative and I also enjoy how through the story, Augustus and Hazel support each other and grow together. They begin to understand and enjoy new things because of the other person. I also love how the Book that Hazel reads is her main passion and Augustus starts to love it as well, and their both desperate to find out the ending. Parts of this story were a bit predictable. I love how they find comfort with each other and Hazel makes the most of of a bad situation. I recommend this story to people 14 and over, some parts of the story may be a bit too heavy for a younger person.

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  235. The Fault in Our Stars is an amazing book,and svn though it is extremely sad, it is also quite inspiring. This book is about a girl called Hazel Grace who has cancer. She meets a boy named Augustus Waters and her life has never been better. She learns to live life to the fullest even with the horrible disease she has. John Green is an amazing writer and I can’t believe how good this book is. I recommend this book to anyone over 12.

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  236. This is such a sad book but I loved it!!. It’s about a girl called Hazel who has had cancer for a few years now and feels as though it has changed her life, which it has. But when she meets Augustus she forgets about all of the affects that cancer has had on her and lives live to the fullest. It really opens your eyes to real life problems and let’s you recognise that people have to deal with a lot more than we do.

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  237. Dominique said:

    I started reading this book the other day and within that time I have finnished it.
    The book is filled with comedy, romance and lots of sad bits, it is most definite a teary book.
    The fault in our stars is a beautiful book and you will find your self falling in love with all the characters as they all have their own stories.
    As it even says on the cover, you laugh, you cry, you come back for more.
    I rate this book a 10/10! 🙂

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  238. Gracel said:

    This has to be one of the saddest books I have ever read. But its hard to describe this book because it is so emotional and so much happens. you get so many feelings when reading this book but mostly the one emotion you have is sadness you cry a lot when reading this book and i mean a lot.
    the book starts with a little bit of a back story which i like because it gives you a little bit of what happens just before the book starts witch i like because it makes it different from other books sort of unique in a way

    i like the book even more because its about the truth of cancer & what happens when you try to go & complete a dream
    so i give this book a 1000000/10

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  239. It is hard to begin to describe this book because it is so emotional and so much happens. I don’t want to spoil the book because it is such a good read but I will warn anyone that reads it you won’t be able to put it down. This book make you laugh, cry and cry some more. The book is quite slow moving so if you are an action person I wouldn’t recommend it but if you are a softie for love this is the book for you. The book is about a girl Hazel Grace who has terminal lung cancer. The book explores her life as a cancer person and how she goes about her life after she meet Augustus Waters a boy she meets at a Cancer Support group. This book defiantly will put your life in perspective and John Green does such an amazing job of capturing what life is like for a cancer patient. The ending left me feeling a bit empty but I would still recommend reading it. I give the fault in our stars a 9/10 and I would recommend it for people aged 12-20.

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  240. I can officially say this is my favourite book now! it has such a different twist on a typical teenagers life, because it’s through the eyes of cancer patients and how Hazel and Augustus and how they relate and share each others pain and heart break. I enjoy how Augustus looks past Hazel’s physical appearance and see’s her for who she is and makes Hazel lift when she is around him and how he goes to many lengths to make him happy. The ending is very upsetting and unexpected and I would love to change it so there can be a sequel!!

    I highly recommend this book and rate it a 10/10!

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  241. Matilda said:

    The Fault in our Stars by John Green

    I really enjoyed this book and could not put it down in the time I was reading it. The novel stars a girl named Hazel Grace who has to live with cancer. How tragic it may seem, John Green showed just how important it is to focus mostly on positive things and not really the negatives. At least at the start of the book he did.

    My favorite character was Augustus Waters, a boy Hazel meets at one of her Cancer support group meetings. Through out the book Hazel and Augustus become close and end up in a relationship.

    If I could change one thing about this book it would be the end but I cannot explain why, because I do not want to give anything away but if you do decide to read this book, when you reach the end you will understand what I mean.

    If you are reading this, I strongly recommend that you read this book, you would be surprised at how many people have fallen in love with this wonderful book.

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  242. This book reduced me too tears. John Green is a brilliant writer and is so poetic and philosophical in his writing. He points out the major issues in life and can prove to you that you life is so much more than what we think. Its about finding someone who will treat you right and understands you, caring for everyone around you and knowing who you can trust. John Green expresses all those different feelings in this book and in such a beautiful way. I recommend it to young adults and I rate it 10/10!

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  243. John Green tackles the major questions of existence in this book with humour, honesty and grace. The narrator Hazel, is dealing with a terminal form of cancer. But this is not a story about dying, but rather a story about truly living. Through the lives of the two main characters, Hazel and Augustus, John Green shows us that most lives are not triumphs or tragedies, but they are filled with moments of both.

    Writing about the topic of cancer can be seen as “predictable” or even “boring”. But the way it is approached in this book is amazing. The only negative I have with it is that I think sometimes you can tell that it is a male writing in a females point of view, but that doesn’t take away anything from the plot. Which is the shining star of the book. It is a masterful coming of age story and will fill you with laughter and tears.

    I would recommend this novel to a wide audience far beyond the Young Adult crowd. Personally, I discovered John Green through his YouTube channel and was eagerly awaiting this book. And now whenever I read it, I never want it to end.

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  244. This book is so emotional and gives us a real perspective on how little of life we have. It is an award winning book, and it revolves around a cancer patient who meets another cancer patient in remission and they fall in love. There is a massive turn of events when one of them find cancer in their system, and it just demonstrates how you have to live your life to the fullest every day. I give this book a 9 / 10!!!
    Simply amazing, however it covers some adult content (sexual language) so I would recommend this book for people 11+

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  245. Monique said:

    This is my all time favourite book and I absolutely adore it! I am so excited for when they release the movie! This book is simply perfect in every possible way, it makes you laugh and cry and smile and sometimes get very very annoyed. I have recommended this book to three of my friends and they have all read it and loved it! The quotes in this book are simply fabulous and the humour is quite different and interesting. I would and do recommend this book to everyone and especially girls aged 13-100! I love love love this book and I adore Augustus and Hazel so much! this book is a solid 10!

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  246. I love The Fault In Our Stars! Its about two people who met in a cancer survival group. Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters. Its a light hearted, romantic book, with a very unexpected turn of events. I have never cried whilst reading a book before this. Despite the end I loved it. I recommend this to anyone over 14 because there is a little bit of complex language, that some non readers have a little trouble with. I rate this book 9/10 and can’t wait for the movie to come out next year!!

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  247. Grace M said:

    This has to be one of the saddest books I have ever read. But it’s alright. It’s fairly lighthearted ’till the end. I liked this book because John Green is one of my favourite authors, and I have never read anything quite like this one before. My favourite character in this book is Hazel. Hazel is a positive person, despite all that she has been through. My favourite part of the book is Augustus letter to Van Houten at the end, because it is so well written and it gives a bit of an unexpected ending. I would recommend this book to anyone that doesn’t mind crying for an hour when they have finshed it, or for someone looking for an easy read. I rate it a 5 out of 5 stars. 😀

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  248. The fault in our stars would have to be one of the saddest books I have read. It Is a cancer story about a love between two cancer survivors and their journeys. Let me tell you that if you are not into sad books then you definitely should not read this. It is a really touching story and John Green has definitely done this very well. It is written in the perspective of a teenager with cancer which makes it even more emotional to read. My favourite character is Hazel the main character. Throughout the book we are shown how she grows up and starts to see the world in a different light which is really touching and inspirational. I also love Augustus who is the boy who changes Hazel’s life around. I feel in love with both off the characters instantly and let me tell you that the ending left me speechless and very emotionally drained. I would rate this book a 9/10 and recommend it for people over 13 years old, just because some of the things int he book you have to be older to understand. I really love this book and I think that everyone should read it 🙂

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  249. nschreurs said:

    This book was really interesting, it was the first book of this genre that I actually enjoyed! Despite the fact that it was a sad book with lots of ups and downs I am very coldhearted and didn’t cry at all. However it is a touching book and I definitely recommend it to anyone over the age of 12! Please get your parents to read it first though as it can be a bit confronting and the age group depends on what your parents choose.

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  250. Although this is a book about cancer, it is not a cancer book. It is not your typical ‘tragic’ book and frankly, I think it is a lot more than that.Throughout the book, I really warmed to the characters, especially Augustus who is not only charming and kind but very witty. The characters are written in such a way that they seem very very real and that is both the book’s strength and weakness because personally, I was incredibly attached to Hazel and Augustus. Hazel and Augustus mutually fall in love with each other and use Augustus’ “cancer perk” to visit Amsterdam to meet their favourite yet reclusive author. However, the cancer kicks in. Despite the fact that in its essence it is a love story, it is more than that. It is a short-lived tale of friendship and it really does emphasis how short life is. Spoiler alert: it is extremely likely you will cry and/or be speechless at the end. I rate this book 9.5 out 10 because it is definitely my favourite book and is great if you are a teenager that is not afraid to cry.

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  251. csaltala said:

    This book literally changed me forever. It is the most amazing book that I have ever read and this shows how great of author John Green is. This is probably the most emotional storyline any book has and Augustus Waters is hands down my favourite fictional character. I think I might of cried for at least three days prior to reading this book thats how much it touched me and I would recommend reading this book with at least five boxes of tissues because you WILL cry. My favourite part of the book is the very end when Hazel finds the letter and the last part of the letter almost killed me. I also love when they agree on okay being their “always” and I really don’t think i’ll ever get over this book.

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  252. Alex C said:

    DO NOT READ UNLESS YOU WANT TO BE EMOTIONALLY SCARED FOR LIFE! This is an amazing book, but I do not recommend if you do not like open endings because you will be crying on the floor for hours like myself. This book will frustrated you, make you laugh, make you cry and make you yell with anger. It’s about a 16 year old girl named Hazel Grace, a cancer victim who meets and falls for Augustus Waters, who has lost his leg for cancer. John Green is a fantastic order but i suggest reading one of his other books like ‘Paper Towns’, ‘An Abundance of Katherines’ or ‘Looking for Alaska’ because they will only partially emotionally scar you. 100000000000/10 MUST READ!

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  253. The Fault in Our Stars is one of the best books I have ever read, hands down. It made me laugh, cry and smile, sometimes even at the same time. Hazel and Augustus’ love story is so beautiful. It is a rare book that you cannot put down, even when you are crying your eyes out. In the beginning, it introduces Hazel Grace, a girl who has cancer. Her mother forces her to attend a support group, where she meets the wonderful Augustus Waters.I would rate it 9/10 and recommend it to people over 14, since it is a very confronting book. Also, John Green’s other book, Looking for Alaska, is also a brilliant book.

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  254. This book was hands down one of the most amazing things I have ever read. It was so beautifully written and I don’t think that I could pick any flaws in the book. There were many parts in the book that made me laugh, but as I drew closer to the end the laughter turned into tears. I literally balled me eyes out. It was so sad yet so compelling. It was a borrowed book, so I plan to go and buy it so that I can read it time and time again. It is rare that you find a book like that. I couldn’t pick a favourite character as I loved them all so much and they all had a different story. I did love Hazel and Augustus’ story though. The love they had for one another was so touching and beautiful. The author ‘John Green’ did such an amazing job and I am currently reading some of his other books. I recommend this book for anyone 13+ as it can be quite difficult to understand and read at many times. I would have to definitely rate this 10/10. It’s a book that touches your heart and stays with you forever.

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  255. Amelia said:

    I recommend the novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ by John Green. I loved this book because it is both about love, hope and suffering. My favourite part of this book was when Hazel and Gus first met. I loved this part because it was so innocent and they immediately knew that they were meant to be together. My favourite character had to be Hazel because even though she was going through such a tough time, she found some space in her heart to love Gus. Even though I love this book so much, it is also very sad too… this book took me on a journey and it made me laugh, smile and cry. I recommend this book to everyone who loves a good story. The type of person that would like this book are secondary school students because parts of this book are very confronting and grown up. I score this novel a 10/10

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  256. This book is sooooo amazing. It is beautiful and heart warming!! The characters all have such a depth and are really amazing!! Before i’d read it I had heard really really good things about it, and they were all true!! Halfway through the book I partly wanted to stop reading as to never finish it; But I really needed to know what happens! I recommend this book to anyone who loves books and wants to enjoy a really good one!! I would give it a 57/10 because its just that good!

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  257. I found out about this book from tumblr and everyone was saying how amazing it was! So i went down to the bookshop and thought i might give it a whirl. And WOW! is all i can saw wowowowow, it definitely did not let me down, it was absolutely stunning and the language used was just so deep and meaningful, i absolutely adore all john greens books, but this one has made it to the top of the list. It’s such a beautiful touching story about love, friendship and support and hazel grace and augustus waters are absolutely superb together, they’re adorable!!! The end of the story made me cry for days just about, but it was also beautiful in a way. I just adore every word of this book and i guarantee you will too. 84683964587365/10!!!

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  258. Eve M said:

    Before I’d read this book I had heard so much about it and let me just say it lived up to my expectations. This story was a beautifully written love story that made me laugh and made me weep. I can’t pick a favourite character because I love all of them sooo much. Throughout this book there are some amazing quotes. My favourite part is probably when Augustus takes out a cigarette but doesn’t light it and then explains ‘They don’t kill you unless you light them. And I’ve never lit one. It’s a metaphor, see? You put the killing thing right between your teeth, but you don’t give it the power to do its killing.’ This story is one of the few stories that I would read again as I don’t usually like to read a book twice even if I loved it. I would absolutely recommend this book to anyone over 13. It can be difficult to read at times but don’t let that stop you giving it a go.

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  259. Grace said:

    This is an absolutely stunning novel that left me wanting more. You definitely need a pack of tissues by the bed. John Green has written this novel in way which all teens and young adults can relate to. It is very easy to form a relationship with the characters and I was left missing them once I finished reading the book.
    This novel is about a young cancer sufferer, but the book is not consumed by cancer talk. Hazel is just trying to live her life, as any healthy teen would – it’s just a little more difficult. She meets Augustus at the cancer support group, where they form an immediate connection.
    I love all the characters and they each add something different to the dynamics of the story. I would have difficulty choosing a favourite!!
    I enjoyed every moment of this book. It is not too long and the style of writing is not too heavy so it is quite easy to read.
    This book is definitely worth reading, but be warned that lots of crying may be involved.
    I think this book suits 13 – early 20 year old, but anyone can enjoy it. I rate this book 5 stars out of 5!! Make sure you read it!!

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  260. celeste said:

    This book absolutely adorable, i’m only half way through but so far so good !
    Hazel, a surviving cancer patient, meets a good looking, well spoken boy names Augustus. They instantly become close friends, and are both wrapped up in a book ‘An imperial Affliction’. Sadly the book ends abruptly, and Hazel and Augustus set of for answers ! This is a beautiful love story, and I can’t wait until I finish it ! I definitely recommend it to anyone who loves love !!!!!!

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  261. I recommend the book, “The fault in our stars”. I think I was a beautiful story. It is about a teenage girl named Hazel who has had cancer and now has to carry around an oxygen tank to help her breath. Hazels mum insists that she goes to a support group where other people who have had cancer share their stories. That is where she meets Augustus. Hazel and Augustus (Gus) soon become very close friends, and it turns into love throughout the story. My favourite part of the book was when Augustus and Hazel went on a trip together to meet their favourite author. I think it was sweet because Gus shared his wish with Hazel so that they could go together. My favourite character was Augustus, he was a really sweet and interesting character who was also very funny. I don’t have a least favourite part because it was just so good whether there were sad parts or funny parts. I would definitely recommend this book to people from the age of 13. I give it 5/5.

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