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I found the story to be depressing, although the writing was excellent. Yes, it's an important issue and we should learn to view sick people as still human, not different from us fundamentally. But the story itself seemed hopeless and sad.
A wonderful sorry of a subject you hope you never really have to experience. I was emotional felt the hurt for Hazel and Gus. beautiful love story that was tragically ended too soon as with many stories of people who are stricken with cancer.
This was one of the best books I have read in a long time. It was sad,funny,heart warming,beautiful and most of all eye opening. The sick are people not there illness and this shows it so well. Thank you well done.
I rate 5 (Loved it!) 4 (Really liked it!) 3 (Liked it!) 2 (Didn't really like it!) 1 (Hated it!) I never rate a book before I finish it!
I really like this book. It made me stop to think about how we sometimes treat people who are ill in a way that is offensive rather than in a loving and real way and I appreciate the insight. The narrator did a wonderful job.
In losing my sister last year to cancer, I have been unable to grieve and or appropriately respond to my feelings and emotions! In reading this book, it allowed me to see the joy, happiness, and love in which should be appropriately felt. Thank you so much
With large themes and relatable characters, John Green once again pokes us within our most intimate bits and reminds us what humans have forever been destined to do, die.
This Quirky, Cute, Heartfelt lovestory is John Green's best novel by far. A recommended read for those that like young adult romance novels.