The style of writing... very fresh, easy to read, humorous, ironic despite the plot. The reader was also a pleasure to listen to
I have read books about terminal illnesses before but the way this book tacked it: with a somewhat humorous tone made it unique
I read this book in 2 days despite living my life and going to work etc. without even realizing it! it was such a pleasure to follow that I didn't even notice it flew by. I absolutely suggest this book
Yes, it's cliche to say that a book has changed your life. But it's true nonetheless. I look at people with chronic illnesses different now. This story gave me a small look into their lives. The imagery and the metaphors used throughout were delightfully refreshing and non-cliche. Unlike this review.
Small amount of language, suggestive scenes, and passionate kissing.
Listening about the kids who have this terrible thing that could happen to anybody at any age or any time
Divergent because the books are amazing!!!!!!
when Agustsus and Hazel Grace met
this book is amazing and should read this and watch the movie best ones yet, I hope they make a 2nd book and movie it would be perfect:)
It would depend on the friend, but yes, I have recommended it to several friends.
There is an element similar to The Perks of Being a Wallflower or Eleanor & Park.
She does a great job of capturing the emotion of the story, and there is a lot of emotion.
Anyone watching me listen to this book would surely I thrown me in a looney bin. It made me laugh and cry in equal measures.
I love this book but it was not what I expected. I'm happy that it wasn't the same old sappy, teenage love story that I thought it was. If you're on the fence about purchasing the book, I say do it! Definitely worth my time.
Two kids who meet in a cancer support group and fall in love. Sweet story. I was a bit disappointed that it was so "G" rated. I guess I was looking for the next "Twilight."
Absolutely, this book makes you appreciate life and love.
The book brought me to tears several times out of empathy for the characters.
A busy lady, just tryin' to fit her reading in where she can!
I didn't read the print version, but I enjoyed listening to the narrator she brought the characters to life.
Meeting the author, based on Hazel's image of him in her mind it was quite a shock when she met him in real life (trying not to give any spoilers)
Gus and Hazel's first date, everyone should have such a magical moment to hold on to.
Most of the book was moving...sometimes in a tragic and sad way, sometimes in an inspiring and thought provoking way. Teenagers with Cancer is just plain tragic in general.
The comedic witty writing prose of the main charachter
I felt a plethora of emotions that span the spectrum
worth learning about the illness from a teens perspective. Has opened my eyes and heart to the challenges of the person afflicted with such diagnosis as well as the family members sometimes the lost s(heroes)
one of the best books i have ever read
I liked when hazel said "some infinities are bigger than others" this is my favorite part