I hope that everyone in the WORLD has read this book, I have it on hardcover, paperback, special education, Kindle, and Audio... Thank you John Green for this book.
This is one of the best books I have ever heard of. I have read this book several times, as Hazel reread AIA. But I had never heard it on audio book, and how astonishing it was! Hearing it instead of reading it gave me a whole new perspective on the story, and I struggled to pause the audio book and take out my headphones. Whenever I got towards the end of the book while reading, I would just skip through the long paragraphs. But during audio book, you don't know if the paragraph is long or not, so you always listen as intently as you can. I found the reader of this book to not read too fast or too slow, and I loved the commitment she put in to at least sound like she cared about the characters. This book was read and recorded with patience and passion, and I loved every second of it. This book "Gave me an infinity within numbered days, and I am grateful." Thank you :)
Compare the movie to the book there is no comparison the book is way much more emotional, more so than the movie but the movie is a motion on it's on the right, and I'm not taking anything away from the movie and it's an amazingly but the book is absolutely stunning I suggested book to anybody.
I had hesitated to listen to our read this book, because I don't normally enjoythin young adult novels or romance novels. I'm so glad I took the chance! The book was fantastic, and the narrator was perfect for the job. It's deep, witty, at times painful and at other times made me laugh out loud. I've already recommended it to others.
For those of you who have seen the movie, but haven't read the book just know that it is completely like the book. It is so wonderfully crafted and charming I just love the charm and charismatic characters. I normally don't write reviews before seeing that this is my favorite movie. I had to write a review for the book.
Real, and filled with clever dialogue. It is a truly beautiful read.
The Fault in Our Stars had me crying in public. It might be a new classic. I loved the lush dialogue followed by lines like, "or whatever." Augustus Waters is charming and heartbreaking, and Hazel is real and intelligent in every possible way.