Friday, January 24, 2014

The Fault In Our Stars Book Review

 “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green
                “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green follows the story of Hazel, a teenage girl battling cancer. Hazel is somewhat forced to go to a support group where she meets Augustus, or “Gus” as well as his friend Isaac. The three become close friends, but there’s something more between Hazel and Gus. As their love blossoms the pair take a trip to Amsterdam, Netherlands, where Gus breaks some terrible news about his cancer to Hazel. 
                John Green’s writing style is easy to understand and reflects the way teenagers today think and speak. He tells Hazel’s story in a captivating way that makes it hard to put the book down. Green’s eloquent use of language really captures human emotions well. The plot is not predictable, which keeps the reader interested.

                John Green fans will find “The Fault in Our Stars” another wonderful novel, and a refreshing change from Green’s other books. Also, high school students will enjoy this book because Hazel’s life can be easily related to. Those who like Realistic Fiction may find this book a good choice for them. However, “The Fault in Our Stars” is a book that most people can enjoy because of its relatable nature. Dwijayini H., Teen Reviewer   

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