Teen Review–The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

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Fault in our stars It is a novel about cancer, but this isn’t just your average story about a girl with some terminal disease. This novel is a surprising story about life, death, immortality, oblivion, and coping with it all. You will feel for the characters, laugh with the characters, and sob for the characters. This book will make you feel emotions about life and yourself that you haven’t even dreamed of feeling, and will probably rarely encounter ever again. Hazel Grace Lancaster, a teenage girl who is diagnosed with lung cancer was about to meet her fate that would change her boring life into an awaiting path full of adventures, love, and mysteries yet unraveled. One day, when Hazel Grace was at the Support Group for teenagers who are diagnosed with cancer she catches the eye of a new boy (Augustus Waters). They became the best of friends. The spent time texting and…

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Very Interesting.

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