Audible obsessed lifelong learner.
A very emotional read of two young hearts battling against the mortal coil struggling with love, loss and striving for normalcy. It is a very engaging and emotionally draining read that is very hard to put down once it has sucked you in.
Since I only have 2 audio books....this book ranks #1! I can't wait till the movie comes out!
I don't really have a favorite character.
She added feeling and emotion to the book. She basically gave a voice to the characters.
Dear John Green, please make a sequel to TFIOS, congrats it being a best seller, and congrats on getting your book made into a movie. I can't wait till it comes out on June 6th!
NO it is boring
Probably something that John Green didn't write
All of them I didn't like the story
I do not recommend this book. I hated it
I kept seeing it at the book store, on websites about book, on websites not about books... I finally decided to take a listen. Now I know why it has been added to so many "MUST READ" posts and lists. It's good. Really really good.
She rocked this! I love books on tape but have had a hard time listening to some because of the reader. Not this time. She was so good that I believed she was my friend, Hazel.
I'm an avid reader since childhood. I'm a retired science teacher, retired nuclear plant worker and grandmother of three. I love mysteries.
Don't excuse yourself from reading this just because you aren't a young adult, or don't know someone who is dying or because you don't want a book which may cause you to tear up. While those are oft times good reasons for me to avoid a book, they don't apply here. You need to read this book because it is entertaining. You deserve that. You also deserve the opportunity to think about how you want to approach your life's end and not in a morbid kind of way. I found this book to be mostly entertaining, clearly honest, touching, thoughtful, loving and transcending. Life can be so many things and there is a lot of life in this book to be thought about. I'll still be thinking about the fault in my stars while I return to my usual entertainment, books that don't have very much reality, and not near as much heart.
Hearing and Feeling the emotions of the characters as if I was sitting in the room with them.
I loved that the characters didn't feel sorry for themselves and didn't want my pity although as it was noted later there were perks to having some pity. Made me smile.
It was a toss up between Isaac destroying the trophies with Augustus cheering him on, and the egging of the ex-girlfriends car. I was laughing so hard.
Yes. At the end, I cried so hard....in a good way...which probably only makes sense to me. My hubby had to give me a hug. I have never been so moved by a book. I loved the sweetness of the budding romance.
I loved the way the author made me like Peter Van Houten in the end and I'm glad John Green didn't end this book mid writing the way his fictional author did. If he had I think I would have felt as Hazel-Grace did that I needed to resume the search for Gus's pages for closure..
Green may be classified as YA, but his stories certainly have an appeal to adult audiences. His teenage stars are well drawn, fully realized, and remarkably true. His insights into the minds of those dealing with life crises are compelling. Do not be put off by thinking that this book is for middle-schoolers. Indeed, I would recommend that parents of middle schoolers read it first to help younger readers deal with its difficult themes. But read it for yourself. I promise you will come away carrying thoughts provoked by this well-told tale.
A reader who ran out of time to physically read the book. I'm into sci-fi, self-help and biography books
The audio version is an enhanced version of the print version because of Kate Rudd's performance.
Not yet. I'm sure the other performances are as good.
The pre-funeral scene. I was slicing onions and I had to wipe my eyes.
Buy it. Listen. Repeat. Now!
I read the book and simultaneously listened to it. Great for when you want to do some chores in the house an still continue in your book.
I loved Hazel because of her down to earth way of dealing with her illness.
Het voice is very pleasant and she used her voice to point out the different characters.
It made me well up a bit.
I'm a busy mom who loves to listen to books. Mostly I listen on my way to and from work.
Yes! It was well written and the story was very realistic.
The love story of course.
She is an excellent narrator. She just knows how to make you feel ike you are in the story.
It made me laugh and cry. It was very moving.
I would highly recommend this book to anyone.