The Fault in Our StarsI said I would review this and I am a woman of my word so here comes The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. Out of all of the books I have read from John Green, I would have to say that this is the only one I actually enjoyed. It’s a classic romance but with one tiny twist: the two main characters are both dealing with cancer, in one way or another. As I said in a prior review, John Green isn’t exactly one of my favourite authors, I find he focuses too much on the characters and not the actual plot instead. However, this book is really quite awesome, because there was no plot to begin with so I didn’t get frustrated because there was no mystery or crime that we needed to get to the bottom of anyways. I think that if more of his books were like this,  I’d enjoy them a lot more because then I’d be content just focusing on characters. I give this a 4/5 stars just because real-life fiction just isn’t my favourite genre but it was insanely better than most of the other books in said genre, including his own. I will have a summary below to give you a short intro and yes, I would recommend this.


This is the story of Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters. It sounds like a typical fairy-tale but it really is not. Why? Hazel and Augustus are both dealing with the un-curable disease: Cancer. This book talks about how Hazel is reluctant at first, but is eventually won over by Gus, ever the charming one. They are having the time of their lives together but then cancer comes bite them once more. The ending is a pretty sad one but surprisingly, I was not as affected as my friends warned me I would be, which was very weird because I think under normal circumstances I most definitely would have been very emotional.