Yes because it was a nice story considering the situation.
Although it was not the best story I kind of enjoyed it :) It was sad and a reminder of what's happening to people around the world. It was a basic story but a story I recommend. Some light reading/audio...
A heartwarming story that brings you into the life of two young teenagers
with the weight of the world on their shoulders. The story reflects on what it is to live in a world of cancer
This is a must read book. Although you knew it was going to be a tear jerker, it was so worth every tear that fell. I was so sad when the book was over. Saw the movie also but it doesn't even come near reading the book!
There is a reason why this book is such a phenomenon. John Green writes his characters so well that they come alive. You really start caring for them. And that is why it is so devastating when the inevitable happens. Kate Rudd's narration is astonishing. She captured the voices and, more importantly, the essences of all the characters. She brought it all to glorious life. Listening to this book was a rollercoaster ride - I laughed a lot, I cried a lot, and I reflected a lot. This "Young Adult" book is simply one of the best books I have ever read.
I recommend this book for those whom have not seen the life of terminal illness up close to really give you an inside look. This book is heart wrenching and blunt. Beautiful tragedy. You will cry.