Let me start by saying there is no fault in The Fault In Our Stars. I am starting my reviews out with a book that will be hard to follow. This book had me captivated from beginning to end. Hazel and Augustus made me want to be a better person more and more as the book went on.
The lead character, Hazel Grace Lancaster, is diagnosed with terminal cancer at an early age. Her mother (another absolute heroine) wants her to live a full life, even though she has an expiration date. Therefore, she urges Hazel to join a support group to meet other kids to share in her experience. There she meets Augustus Waters, who transforms her life into something good she hadn’t thought possible before she met him.
A story of love and encouragement, The Fault In Our Stars will leave you an exuberant fan of Hazel Grace and Augustus, while it lets you look into a window of their doleful teenage years.
I will be looking for more books written by the talented John Green.
Well worth the read. 5 Stars