The Fault in Our Stars always has the proper blend of well-chosen details and dialogue that is fresh but also true-to-life. A big reason why Green’s book is so beloved is that Hazel is one of the most original creations in modern young adult fiction.This book teaches you how to be romantic Like using your partners full name can be very romantic (Hazel Grace how are you?) It also gave a very inspiring romantic scene In which augustus confesses his love to Hazel he says (Hazel grace I love you. She says augustus He says I love you I am sorry But I do I know that all our labour will turn to dust I know no one will remember us one day And he tells some few universal truths and ends at and I know that I love you).
As a whole, we spend a great deal of time trying to avoid pain but, if we read carefully, The Fault In Our Stars also teaches us that “pain demands to be felt” and “the universe likes to be noticed.” No matter how we try, Gus is right- we don’t get to choose if we get hurt; it is a near certainty that we will.The Fault in Our Stars is a beautiful novel and I would recommend it to anyone who believes in love and has the courage to fight for it. Through this book I realised that cancer not just touches victims, but it also touches all those who love.Parents need to know that The Fault in Our Stars is a story about teens fighting cancer, and sensitive readers might be uncomfortable with the subject matter and sometimes graphic descriptions of what it’s like to die. … Also, characters play violent video games and read books and watch movies with high body counts.Be prepared for a story of romance and anger, excitement and humor, and friendship and bravery for that is the direction we are led as Green develops the personality of a group of teens that have the courage to bring both laughter and tears. The stories that encircle each individual give you a glimpse of the character and daring as well as abiding hope. Hidden within that strength they also hide the depression and hopelessness as they try hard to protect their family and friends by showing only the smiles and strength whenever possible.Written so beautifully your heart and emotions melt, you come to be a part of this group as well as their families, their triumphs, and their losses. The friendships as well as the depths the families go through preparing for the worst while holding out hope is like a beacon of light.The courage and humor, the energy and despair all keep you on a roller coaster of emotion. Green takes you on a journey both terrible and beautiful.While a difficult book to categorize I found it to be one of the most important finds of the last few years. Green shines a light on cancer in a way that sends a tremor of intent awareness, an incandescent monument to those that have both won and lost the fight, as well as the damage done to those closest. The story blasts away the veil of secrecy and hooks you from the very beginning.
“As he read, I fell in love the way you fall asleep: slowly, and then all at once.” “I’m in love with you, and I’m not in the business of denying myself the simple pleasure of saying true things.
The conclusion of the novel is unresolved, and the two friends talk about that a great deal. Gus goes to the Genies and wishes to go to Amsterdam so that he and Hazel may get the answers to their questions from the author himself.
“And then there are books…so special and rare and yours that advertising your affection feels like betrayal.”