Alternative Reading Enthusiast
I was so moved by this book. The characters and their witty vocabulary and banter made me so fond of them and feel so connected to their story. what a great jib adapting the movie.
I had heard the story line was good, but actually listening to the audio myself awakened a knew thought in my mind that allowed me to see the things in life that really matter. It allowed me to appreciated that fact that my mother in law fought that fight of cancer the best she could and that blessing me with the beautiful woman i call my wife is the greatest gift I've ever gotten.
Its not a 'Gus' Situation where she wanted the world to see her, her dying wish was that i take care of her daughter and look out for her son, and all this book did was to give me strength and encouragement and i must say thank you to John Green. Thank you for your sound words brought across in the novel. As for Kate Rudd, well narrated ma'am. May all the listeners of this novel be bless and emerge with a whole to mindset on the gifts life has to offer. Thank you!!!
This title was tragically sad, but you can expect the sudden rush of emotions you'll experience within the first few pages... It is dreadfully obvious.
This book is for the nerds, the ones who find excitement in the little things. It sends a clear message of hope, that even though you're destined to die, there is always room to live a little, love a little, and learn a little.
I would read this book again, but, on the other hand, I may not want to. I listened to this book while I went walking, running, and working out in the gym. It's a good book for simple tasks like that... One that will not over power you with super-important-details-forecasting-the-future (#charlesdickens).