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Book Review: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.

2 Nov


Good morning everyone, and welcome, to another book review written to you by Rawan.

It’s been like forever since I posted anything, but here I am, writing a book review all of a sudden.

The book is The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, and I’m pretty sure that I’m not the first one who wrote a book review about it. Pfff.. Duh!

It’s about a girl, named Hazel, who has cancer in her lungs.. she meets a boy in a support group named Augustus Walters, and her life, the way she spends it, kind of change.. a lot. You might want to read the real plot, I don’t want to say anything more about the story.

The Fault in Our stars is such a good book. I truly loved the way John Green wrote the book, it felt as if I was talking or at least listening or reading what Hazel had to say. Sure, I knew that John Green wrote the book and everything, but the very last chapters did seem as if Hazel was narrating the story herself.

The book is a realistic book, Its not a real story.. I know, but still: no superpowers, no werewolves and its not a ” My prince once saw me flying with superman and he fell in love with me” book.

It makes you think, because the book definitely has some good lessons, and this is probably the reason of why I truly like this book. It keeps reminding me to be grateful and thank Allah for all the blessings I have. And when I say ALL THE BLESSINGS, then I mean all the blessings I have in my entire life, and I’m not specifying health.

I love how the book teaches you, among many other lessons, how you should stay strong for your family and for the ones you love.

Sure, the books is not perfect, almost nothing is really, however I have to admit that the book made me cry unexpectedly. Yes, I expected to cry, shed a tear now and then or to not cry at all, yeah, but for some reason and at certain parts of the book I cried. I don’t know what I did expect or not expect, but I cried.

As I said the book is realistic, kind of sad but still, the book has a lot of sarcastic, funny moments.

I know that this review doesn’t really show how great this book is and how much I loved it, but I also know that I should be studying instead of writing a review and that I must end this review now. I might do another review about this book, though.

John Green, thank you, you are a genius, brilliant author.

And yes, I would definitely recommend this book.

Okay? Okay.