7 Reasons to Read "the Fault in Our Stars" ...

By Kelly

The Fault in Our Stars is a #1 New York Times bestseller, a #1 Wall Street Journal bestseller, and the New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice. It is no wonder that this book is getting a ton of hype. It is a unique and beautiful love story about two teenagers who meet at a cancer support group for kids. The Fault in Our Stars has become incredibly popular recently, and after you read it, you will know why.

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Not the Typical Love Story

While there have been countless book on teenagers falling in love, The Fault in Our Stars adds in an extra element; both of John Green's characters have cancer. While falling in love can be hard enough, it is terribly beautiful to see two characters lose themselves completely to each other, all while battling cancer.

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The Fault in Our Stars is a novel written by John Green, published in 2012. It follows the story of two teenagers, Hazel and Augustus, who meet at a cancer support group and fall in love. The novel has become a bestseller, selling over 10 million copies worldwide and being translated into over 50 languages.

The Fault in Our Stars has been widely praised for its realistic portrayal of teenage life and the struggles of living with cancer. It has been the subject of critical acclaim, and won multiple awards, including the Los Angeles Times Book Prize for Young Adult Literature and the 2014 Children’s Choice Book Award for Teen Choice Book of the Year.

The novel has also been adapted into a successful movie, released in 2014. Starring Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort, the movie was a box office success, grossing over $300 million worldwide.

The Fault in Our Stars has also become a cultural phenomenon, with its quotes and themes being widely shared on social media. It has become a symbol of hope and resilience for those affected by cancer, and has been praised for its message of living life to the fullest.

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Augustus Waters

I fell in love with Augustus Waters as soon as he was introduced. He is bold, caring, and a little bit of a smartass. He pays attention to the world around him and sees beauty in everything, despite the fact that he only has one leg. He is the hero of the story, but unlike other stories, he still has his flaws.

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Augustus Waters is a beloved character from the book "The Fault in Our Stars" by John Green. He is a seventeen-year-old cancer survivor who is living with only one leg. Despite his disability, Augustus is still a strong and brave character. He is intelligent, witty, and always looking on the bright side of life. He is incredibly loyal to his friends and loves deeply. Augustus is a hero in the story, but he is also flawed in many ways. He is a complex character that readers can easily relate to and admire.

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John Green is Awesome

If you read Looking For Alaska, you know just how fantastic of a writer John Green is. His descriptions are vivid and his quotes bring you deep into the mind of his characters. His writing is truly beautiful and can turn a simple story into a piece of artwork.

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Read It before It Hits the Big Screen

Everyone knows that it's better to read the book before you see a movie, not after. The Fault in Our Stars is coming to theatres this June and features the perfect Shailene Woodley and Ansel Elgort. While I am so excited for the movie, it is nice to read the book and get your own image of the characters before the movie ruins that for you.

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It Will Make You Laugh

It may be a beautiful love story, but there is also humor in it. It's not about blatant jokes, but rather the ironic descriptions John Green puts into his novels. The small way he describes a character or a small comment someone makes provide the true humor in this novel.

Famous Quotes

To give oneself earnestly to the duties due to men, and, while respecting spiritual beings, to keep aloof from them, may be called wisdom.

Confucius
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And Make You Cry

It may make you laugh, but it will also reduce you to tears. There will be tears of sadness and tears of joy. But that is the best thing about this book. You get so invested into the lives of these characters that when they cry, you cry too.

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It is Beautiful

If you don’t want to read The Fault in Our Stars for any of these reasons, read it simply because it is a beautiful book with beautiful writing. It teaches you that life doesn’t have to be perfect to love it. It is one of those books that will stay with you for quite some time.

The Fault in Our Stars is a one of a kind book that will leave you feeling a ton of emotions. Every single person I know who read this book fell in love with it, and it is easy to see why. What did you think of these reasons to read The Fault in Our Stars? If you have read the book, did you love it? Do you want to see the movie before reading the book or do you want to read the book first?

Sources: yabound.blogspot.com, johngreenbooks.com

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I SOBBED the whole time

truly a beautiful work of art, it has become one of my favorites (:

I cried..... Through most of it. It was beautiful tho.

I liked the book, but I'm honestly tired of all the hype. It's not the greatest book of all time. Great article, though:)

Ahaaaa

I felt that the book sucked. There'a nothing different about the book as mentioned in the article. It's pretty much the same old lovestory.

agreed

I LOVED IT! It broke my heart and I enjoyed that. I love books that can move me and touch my soul. It was funny, and sad, and wonderful! I've been waiting for the movie for quite some time and it's almost here! June 6!!

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