Of course this was way, way better than the movie 🙂 Quick read, excellent book
The Fault In Our Stars
313 pages Genre: YA
Seventeen-year-old Hazel Grace Lancaster is dying. She tells us in the first chapter. “…depression isn’t a side effect of cancer. Depression is a side effect of dying.” Due to her depression and dying for that matter, her mother and doctor want her to be in a support group. She grudgingly goes, pretends to listen then escapes back home to enjoy the latest addition of her favorite reality show.
Ironically, the only friends she really can relate to are those in the dreaded support group. Isaac who has a rare cancer that will leave him blind and his friend Augustus Waters, a newcomer to the group, make her feel as normal as she can while dragging her ever present oxygen tank behind her.
Augustus was once a star basketball player until cancer claimed one of his legs…
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