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The fault in our stars
Transcript of The fault in our stars
By: John Green
This book is one of the most interesting books I have ever read. 16 year old Hazel Graze Lancaster Is fighting cancer from her lungs. As Hazel fights through her lung cancer, she lets it take over her life. The only thing Hazel did was spend all of her days in her room reading the same book over and over again. Hazel also spent her days watching episodes of the TV show called ''Americas next top model''. After the days passed, Hazel ends up meeting a guy at cancer support group, Augustus Waters. Augustus starts to change her, making her realize that she is a living person that has a life. He teaches and helps her fight her problems, showing her how to live a life, and leave her cancer behind.
I think the John Green wrote this book very well because it's very easy to understand. The things that I really like in the book is how he described the characters. It was very easy to visualize the character in your head. Although there were a lot of of things that I liked, there were somethings that I didn't like. In my opinion the setting could have been described better in the beginning of the book, but as I kept reading he started to throw out more hints and details of what the setting looked like and what it felt like.
The main character in this book is 16 year old Hazel Grace Lancaster. Hazel is diagnosed with lung cancer causing her to carry around an oxygen tank with a tube connected to it. This tube goes around her neck to the back of her ears and to her nose. Hazel has brown hair, a pageboy haircut and fat chipmunk cheeks from the cancer treatment. She says that she looks like a normal 16 year old girl with a balloon for a head.
Augustus Waters- Augustus Waters (also known as ''Gus'') is a 17 year old boy that has cancer that caused him to only have one leg. He has dark brown hair and water blue eyes. Augustus is also tall and well built from playing basketball. He also carries around a package of cigarettes even know he does not smoke.
Isaac- Isaac is one of Augustus's good friends. Isaac is a long-faced skinny guy with long blond hair swept over one eye and wears thick black glasses.
Mr. Waters- The father of Augustus.
Mrs. Waters- The mother of Augustus.
Julie Waters- The sister of Augustus. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Waters.
Mr. Lancaster- The father of Hazel.
Mrs. Lancaster- The mother of Hazel.
Monica- Isaac's girlfriend.
Caroline Matters- Augustus's long lost girlfriend.
Mr. Peter Van Houten- The writer of Hazel's favorite book.
Lidwejj- Peter's assistant.
I would rate this book a 4 out of 5 because it really held my attention. I would highly recommend this book to people who like fiction and a little bit of romance.
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What i liked and disliked
The ending of this book has a huge plot twist that I never would have seen coming. Hazel never knew how hard it was for Augustus to pull through his previous breakup with his long lost girlfriend but, as things start to change she starts to realize and even feel the pain he went through. Although, this book is not one of the happy ending books like Cinderella or Beauty and the Beast. This book is more like reality.
The reason I chose to read this book is because I have heard a lot of good reviews and ratings about it. I also got this book recommended to me by some of my friends, so I thought that I would give it a try.
Why I chose to read this book