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Also, I have Half Bad and Dorothy Must Die series. If you like other ebooks just hit me up on my message box. Love you all! V. Jun 8th, Open in app. some things you need to know: 1. all of these ebooks are in epub version The Fault In Our Stars (pdf) [note: this has an ad on the first page that i can't get rid of, . Click Meet the Mods below to find out more information about us and our .. Graves; Looking For Alaska By John Green; The Fault In Our Stars By John Green.

The sizeable number of posts received has prompted Green's publisher Penguin to seek a fan-designed cover for a reprint of one of Green's other books, An Abundance of Katherines.

The Fault in Our Stars has also gained places on several bestseller lists. It was 1 on the Wall Street Journal bestseller list, 1 on the Indiebound bestseller list, and 9 on The Bookseller bestseller list. Critics mostly praised the book for its humor, strong characters, language, themes and new perspective on cancer and romance. And while it does talk about those things and more, the treatment of it is far from being maudlin or trite.

Jodi Picoult , author of My Sister's Keeper , calls The Fault in Our Stars "an electric portrait of young people who learn to live life with one foot in the grave. Pertaining to Green's writing throughout the book, E. Lockhart , author of The Boyfriend List, says "He makes me laugh and gasp at the beauty of a sentence or the twist of a tale. He is one of the best writers alive and I am seething with envy of his talent.

I'm tired of adults telling teenagers that they aren't smart, that they can't read critically, that they aren't thoughtful, and I feel like that article made those arguments.

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Weber wrote the adapted screenplay. Josh Boone signed on to direct a year later, in February Lancaster, Hazel's father. Principal photography began on August 26, in Pittsburgh , which doubled for the novel's setting of Indianapolis , Indiana , with a few days in Amsterdam , Netherlands before concluding October 16, The film also proved to be commercially successful, retaining the No.

John Green Books. Retrieved 24 December Retrieved February 11, Penguin Group. Retrieved 14 December Retrieved 27 February The Fault in Our Stars' collector's edition publish date pushed back"'".

Retrieved 5 January Retrieved 17 January Manila Bulletin. The Fault in Our Stars": not a cancer book"'". USA Today.

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Retrieved February 26, School Library Journal. April Tales of teenage cancer, self-harm and suicide Evidently young adult fiction is too complex for The Daily Mail". Retrieved July 23, Me: You know, in the audio version of The Fault in Our Stars, at the end, there's an interview with him. So there. You're wrong.

He doesn't mean, like, he loves it when someone reads him his own books. It's a misunderstanding. What he meant was, he loves listening to the.. Because she has such a sweet voice and everything. Me: Are you kidding me? He's in love with himself! Augustus is just an hologram. An empty shell. Seriously, his monologues are laughable. I couldn't even focus. I kept thinking of John Green while reading. Because Augustus is just SO witty, so smart, so perfect.

VH: I am so not convinced. Me: There's this whole repetition thing, too. I cannot believe how all the characters of his books look alike. How many books are out there, now?

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More, surely. Geeky and nerdy narrator, geekier and nerdier sidekick, mysterious but unbelievable girl, random plot that doesn't even make sense, road trip. Come the fuck on.

You know what? The fact that people aren't getting tired of him and his stupid same characters is the real question. VH: But this book is unique. The way it deals with cancer and death It's so beautiful. You cannot possibly say it isn't.

Me: That's what disturbed me the most. What I want to say is, not every death is glorious. Not every death is epic and not every death will glow like a star in the eternal twilight sky.

Most of the time, deaths are random, plain, and the world is cold and uncaring, and that's how it is. And that's what's terrible.

You don't need to be a hero, you don't need to defy death the way Augustus pretends to, you don't need to lose yourself in unbelievable speeches to have people cry over your death.

The book is just TOO much. VH: You know, about them being unbelievable when they talk? You seem to forget something. Augustus and Hazel ARE different. They're unique, so they talk different.

That's what it's all about. Me: They're not different, they don't exist. They can't exist.

I don't think this was a good tribute to the kids who are really sick. Because no one talks like that, NO ONE, and I feel like now there's this messed-up hierarchy between the sick kids who are sort of smart ass and those who aren't.

And I refuse that. I can't accept that. Being ironic, jaded, detached and all metaphorical over the disease is a luxury that genuinely sick teenagers cannot afford.

So fuck this. And I'd rather kneel before a kid who has cancer and who doesn't know what a metaphor is than shed a tear over one of Augustus's stupid monologues.

VH: You liar, I know you cried while you read the book. You were a sobbing mess. Me: I wasn't. I was a sobbing mess at the end of Before I Die.

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Me and Earl and the Dying Girl had me in tears, too. These are all gorgeous books that deal with cancer. And I cried like a bitch every single time, and they broke my heart. But this? I didn't cry. VH: You did, and you know it.

Especially at THIS special moment. VH : You cried when Hazel asked her mom if she would still be a mom after her death.

Me: Fine, okay. I cried. I know. But look. That's precisely the point. That's what I call emotional blackmail. The colors are vivid and the details are sharp. Available in junior sizes, Small to X-Large.

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The way it deals with cancer and death Before departing, the two agree to read each other's favorite novels. Upon their return to Indianapolis, Augustus' health significantly worsens. Ultimately, he decided to use Hazel's point of view, as books rarely depict cancer patients from their point of view. Not because of the nature of the posts, although they were distasteful and borderline libel.

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