"The Fault in Our Stars" reviewed by Maris Fish on July 9, 2014

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Maris Fish   
The Fault in Our Stars   
John Green   
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It's hard to give a good review for this book because you don't even know where to begin with this brilliant love story. This is a touching, fun, and hopeful story about a 16 year old girl named Hazel Grace Lancaster. Hazel has a thyroid cancer that has spread to her lungs and makes it so she has to walk around with an oxygen tank and also makes life kind of hard to live. Her life is pretty mellow until she meets the love of her life Augustus Waters in a support group for cancer-stricken teens. Then begins the tearful and magnificent story of Augustus and Hazel and their journey and battles with cancer. Not only did John Green create a masterpiece thriving with rhythm, he also created a truth that some may not realize. By reading this book you will get the chance to indulge in the life of another that may be a lot different than yours. I would honestly say that is one of the best books I've ever read and I hope everyone gets the chance to read it. I recommend this book for teens 13 and up who enjoy romance and realistic fiction. There is some maturity required for this book but do not let that steer you from reading it.    
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