Yes, I would because even though it is sad and does not end how most romantic books end it is still a fantastic book.
My Favorite character was Hazel Grace, it's not because she's the main character but because I feel I can relate to her. I have had a lot of different medical issues so I understood part of what she was going through. I also feel like we would have very slimier actions.
It was good, but I read the book on my own, saw the movie and then bought it on here so I already had an idea of how I felt the characters would act and sound like.
Yes and no, it is an amazing book and the first time I read it I read the last 10 chapters by staying up till 3 AM but it is a lot to read in one sitting. You would need all day to really enjoy it.
It is worth the read, so worth the read. It will make you want to cry but read it. :)
This book was so good.the book made me laugh and cry.it made me think about what people with cancer did and thought. I recommend this book for anyone.
I'm certainly not in the demographic for this book, but it was on sale and the reviews were very good. So, I thought i would give it a try.
The book does not disappoint. It is very well written and Kate Rudd was fantastic. I think she added emotion to the story that would be missed in the written word.
I wanted a bit more spiritually in the story. Most of us either knows someone with cancer or knows someone who died from it. And, because of that, I was hoping the story would touch a little deeper in that area. After finding out the writer, John Green, volunteered in a children's cancer ward as an chaplain out of school, I'm even more surprised that he didn't go deeper in that area of the story.
All in all, this is a wonderful story that is well worth your time. Kate Rudd really makes you feel what Hazel is experiencing. I can see why the reviews are good.
I was expecting to enjoy this youth novel as much as I did. The honesty in which in characters embrace the perils of their situation while uplifting each other offers constant humor and sentiment throughout the story. The perspective of the sick who " do not have the luxury of being able to ignore their mortality" deepens the development of the simplest plot points and opens the reader (or listener) to a world most are fortunate not to know. Recommended for all ages!
I originally had my doubts that I would enjoy this book, but as a cancer survivor of only 3 years it grabbed me from the start.
This is a good story, and one that is not often told. The characters were well thought out and interesting. It's hard to deal with a terminal illness, or any disability, and this story brings that challenge into the open.