This is the best book ever that's the only one that I love like truly love
I don't dislike anything
I recommend it to teens people who like realistic fiction and mostly 12 and above
I loved the fact that this book was read with such emotion. As Kate Rudd spoke through the character of a young cancer victim, listeners will think they are hearing Hazel Grace herself. An audiobook that is level to the book, filled with laughter and relatable phrases, it will make you cry and laugh, and make the word,'Okay,'never the same again.
No need to talk this book up. Would point out that it's a much better read/listen than a watch.
This book this book was very realistic. it didn't shy away from the realities of being terminally ill. At the same time, it was enlightening. I was on a roller coaster of emotions while reading this. At some points I wanted to cry, while at other points I wanted to laugh.
A renaissance person who has a different passion everyday from cooking to running, lifting, reading and travelling etc.
Got this because of all the okay? okay! hype. Definitely recommend it now. The narrator was so on point too.
The story is ok, you can definitely tell that it is meant for teenagers (young adults). The narrator is just ok, she gets annoying very easily though, especially when doing accents and reading as other people.
this book I can't put into words how easy it was to read, i mean it was deep with emotions and the characters you actually visualize them.or at least i could. i dare not watch the movie now because I don't want to be disappointed.. I do have to say I often wonder what happens to Hazel after the book was done.. also,. yes cancer sucks but this book made me realize cancer patients dont always look at themselves like victim's.. I'm not a writer so hopefully this review help somebody want to read it. I would recommend it... you need a box of Kleenex for this one
Definitely. The story is so well told as well as compelling. I have lost people to cancer and this definitely is realistic in its depictments.
When the protagonist first meets her idol, he acts aloof and down right mean. But later when he comes around, the characters reactions are believable thanks to the great story telling by John Green.
☁️The fault in our stars☁️
By Savanah B.
I liked this book for the reason that the details and the articulation were spot on. And I absolutely loved how much realism there was in the story.
And when the story was sad,😭
You were sad, and when the story was happy you felt the saturation of happiness😄uplift you. I really was hesitant to read a story like this. but if you like a romance/comedy or drama
Then you'll really enjoy this brilliantly written book. Good job!