The Fault Is in Our Stars by John Green

September 20, 2016
By sfe0031 BRONZE, Daejeon, Other
sfe0031 BRONZE, Daejeon, Other
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I watched movie first.(in Korea the provider retitled this “Goodbye Hazel” and I hate that) Then I decided to read this as a book. This is story about teens who survived from cancer. I enjoy to read romantic novel like “Dear John” or “The lucky one”(I’m a Nicholas Sparks’s fan). But cancer survivors’ love story? It’s fresh for me so I kept reading. At the last part, I cried. Literally tears were in my eyes. This is my first time I cried because of book. Most of books like this have a miracle. So I expected there will be a miracle so Hazel and Augustus will have a really happy time forever. Because Augustus is NEC for 13 months. Who knows that he will be die? I’m a cancer survivor too. It’s been 19 years and thankfully I health. I fully understand her parent's mind. They have only one daughter and she’s likely to die anytime. And I really interested in Issac. Although he’s blinded, My one eye is fine.


Expected miracle and unexpected sadness. That’s what I thought. Augustus must an angel from heaven to safe Hazel and give her an opportunity to know what is happiness and what is love. Really beautiful story.


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sfe0031 BRONZE said...
on Sep. 24 2016 at 11:45 am
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OMG I made a mistake The real title is "The Fault in our stars". There is no "is".


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