Starting this book I knew the inevitability of the ending but that didn't stop me from being sucked in immediately. The narration was captivating and I couldn't wait for each stolen moment when I could navigate life through Hazel's eyes. I recommend this to anyone who is looking for a book that sucks them in from start to finish.
Picked this up during an Audible sale due to good reviews. Had no idea what it was about. Didn't realize it was a young adult book. Didn't realize it was a tearjerker. I still enjoyed it but did find the characters of Hazel and Augustus a little pretentious.
I thoroughly love this story. I loved the fact that Hazel Grace loved "An Imperial Affliction" that I wanted to read it too. Sadly it is a fictionalized book with an fictionalized author which both mortifies and intrigues me. It seems like it would have been a work of literary genius. I guess I will just assume that if "An Imperial Affliction" was indeed a true novel it would be "The Fault In Our Stars", Only slightly faulted.
This was wonderful. I didn't prefer the narrator. Book was great though. Movie didn't quite match, but it was still moving. The soundtrack was fantastic.