The Fault In Our Stars

As you all know, I am a big book moocher. And when a book disappears into my humble abode, most often it never comes out. (Except for library books. Those suckers cost serious money.) I actually got this book off lend from my friend, (Let’s call her… Uh… Belief.) Belief very reluctantly shared this book with me, and I m so glad she did. It was really full of meaning for me, especially as a close relative of a cancer victim.

Hazel is a cancer girl. Hair falling out, needs an oxygen tank at all times. Forced to got to a stupid support group in the “literal heart of God”. She hates that stupid support group almost as much as she hates her cancer. Until the today she meets extreme hottie, fellow cancer person, and LEG AMPUTEE!!! WOW THAT’S SO AWFUL! Not really. You can’t even tell. People really shouldn’t care about that kind of stuff. It’s what’s on the inside that counts,

Yes, it is a love story, but it is also a life story. People grow, change, and die. (Hmmmmmm. Maybe someone dies. Oooooooh!) And this book is actually centered around a fictional book, in which there is a character with cancer. That fictional book actually shapes the entire story. Everyone and anyone should read this. I almost cried at the end. And I’ve finally decided one thing: this is a life story, with a whole lot of love for the world.

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