The Fault in our Stars By John Green


The Fault in our Stars By John Green

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Book

The Fault in Our Stars

Genre

Young adult fiction

Author

John Green

Language

English

Book Theme

Family, isolation, religion and courage

Readability

9 -12 Grade

Suggest age

14 -17 years

Edition of book

Second edition

Origin of book

United States

Weight of Book

12 ounces

Formate of Book

Printed copy

Number of pages

352

Dimensions of Book

1.1 x 5.4 x 8.2 inches

Studies have shown cancer to be the primary cause of increased mortality with its increase in prevalence in recent years has inflicted fear and pain among human beings. This story revolves around a 16-year-old girl, Hazel Grace, diagnosed with thyroid cancer that has now affected her lungs.


Despite her tumor shrinking by a medical miracle that has brought her a few years, she has been at her final chapter upon diagnosis. This book has gained popularity because of its popularity; according to entertainment weekly, it is the most incredible romance story of this decade. The author has also received a lot of praise because of his creativity and commendable job.


How does this book influence your reading choice?

This book is one of my favorite standalone novels that I have ever read. It is a book whose title is taken from scene two of Shakespeare’s play Julius Caesar, where Hazel narrates her story of how her mother forces her to go to a cancer patient/survivors group. She meets Augustus, who also has recovered from the bone tumor (osteosarcoma), and their breathtaking romantic story starts there.


After reading this book, I loved it because of its flow of the storyline and its connectivity to our suffering in the real world; the theme of this book was so overwhelming that at some point, I could give up sleeping for it. John Green shows his creativity by showing how Hazel and Augustus use metaphors to forget their pain and pilot light. It also shows the bold character of Hazel as she chooses to enjoy life and love Augustus despite knowing that her life is slowly drifting away.


An introduction to the creator behind this idea

John Green is the author behind The Faults in Our Stars; he is an award-winning author in his books, such as Paper Towns, An Abundance of Katherines, and Looking for Alaska. John has received many awards and accolades, such as the Edgar Award. His name is well known worldwide because of his intelligence and creativity; he was also chosen by TIME magazine as one of the hundred most influential people in the world. John has partnered with his brother Mark in the production of videos. The author lives in Indiana.


Friendly conclusion

The courage of John Green to speak of this topic is commendable as many people do not want to talk of cancer because of the pain it causes. This book is delightful to read as it vividly explores the funny, thrilling, and tragic businesses of one being alive and also in love. I recommend reading this book as it opens up a more profound understanding of life. To get this and more thrilling books, Kindly check out the latest offer by clicking Buy Now option at the top.