Currently Reading — The Fault In Our Stars

 

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Very few books are good enough to make you want to read them over and over. With a fault in our stars, you just fall into it.

It’s how its written in English that’s so easy to flow with. Something I’ll call simplicity, where the writer doesn’t try too much , doesn’t overdo, yet there’s so much truth and awesomeness embedded in almost every page. Its a bundle of emotions, this book. Happiness, sadness, depression, pain, anger, hope, disgust, pity, indignation and amusement.

I cried. More than once. Don’t judge me, it was  touching.

 

Btw, You’ll fall in love with Hazel Grace, she smart, and funny, a 16 year old who reasons way above her age, thoughtful, cool kid, takes life at it is, no pretence, no self deceit. In this book,there’s a lot to take away.

Summary.
Two people meet, fall in love, they both might die (cancer), but they don’t wait on it. Instead, they choose to enjoy all the good things in life.

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1 Comment

  • Reply September 22, 2014

    The Indie

    In the beginning, I had the feeling of I really want to read this book. After this, I now really really really want to read this book. Thanks for sharing your thoughts. I’m a sucker for a good tear jerker :)

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