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    The Fault in Our Stars is one of my favourite books-- and not just because John Green is one of my favourite authors. In my opinion, this book can be enjoyed by many different ages. It took me on an emotional rollercoaster; I laughed, I cried, and I hoped for the happy ending of the two of them. John made the relationship of two young teens realistic. I fell in love with the main characters and their relationship. Also, I enjoyed the fact the intimate part between the two of them weren't awkward, yet it was perfect as a first time experience. Not knowing, yet feeling. I would read this book over and over again; I would also recommend this to anyone looking for a good read. I will tell you though, you will fall in like with the characters in this story; and you will feel empathy for the two.
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    A refreshing realist romance

    I, like many other young person in love with romance, enjoy overtly romantic gestures and beautifully written words. However, sometimes I feel like the true love is lost, buried within all of the "Prince charming" actions. This novel is refreshing because it shows the raw and rather realist side of love. Hazel and Augustus aren't overtly physical or verbal about their love and yet it is as tangible as the ground you stand on. Their love story was a beautiful and heart wrenching story, one that had me in tears and laughter. The characters became my friends, people I felt I truly knew and understood. I could foreshadow how some characters could respond the way you know your how your friends will respond to something before you say it. The depth given to these characters was remarkable. It was a pleasure to read !
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    I really enjoyed this book. Its a phenominal piece of writing by John Green and i strongly suggest reading it if you havent already
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    Like it!!

    I am the one who dont really like to read a book. It's kind of boring for me. Accidentally, i saw a movie trailer and i wondered what was this about. So i bought this book and what happened to me is i cannot stop reading this keep reading and reading until the end of each chapter. The story is amazing. I think it's a really true love ((:
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    Emotional Read

    I can't believe that no one has reviewed this book yet!! It's an amazing read and the moment you start reading the first chapter or two, you are hooked! Another thing is that you're immediately latched onto the characters and when you get to the end, you completely breakdown crying your head off! I would definitely recommend this book to most readers as well as the movie. In the movie, almost everything is exactly like the book, only with very minor skipped parts. The director/producer did a great job on it! Most of the time, people would say that reading it first is better rater than watching it first but I think that you can go either way; like I said, the movie is so similar that it wouldn't even matter!
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