Thursday, 16 January 2014

Review: The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

The Fault in Our StarsTitle: The Fault In Our Stars
Author: John Green
Published: January 10th 2012
Publisher: Dutton Books
Buy: Amazon | Book Depository
Goodreads Summary

Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten.

When I got the book I thought to myself. It can't be so bad. It can't ruin my life. It can't take over everything. It can't hurt my soul and everything inside me.

Hi. I'm Paulina and this book ruined me and I cannot live without this book because even though my soul has crushed and died I want to marry this little thing and forever hold it because I love it so much.

Me at the start of the book 

Couple of pages in 

Going so crazy I can't help myself.

Why. Who. Why would this book hurt me so much

Someone hold me. 

Right. Literally. This. Is. What. Happens. 

And I'm still like. 

Just thinking of the book right now. 

 Guess who is now emotionally unstable because of something that happened in a book.

So all in all. This book is amazing. Everyone go read it, the movie is coming out soon just go and read the book and join me being this broken shell. 


  1. Maja (The Nocturnal Library)16 January 2014 at 11:10

    I know exactly what you mean. I cried so so much with this one too. Even though I always find Green's dialogues to be just a tiny bit pretentious, this one and Looking for Alaska totally worked for me.

  2. hahaha loved this review. I have yet to read this one because reading about Cancer scares me so much. I mean who hasn't had the big C touch their lives in some way, Just hits so close to home. I will read this eventually though, and have a large box of tissues on hand when I do!

  3. I'm reading Looking for Alaska soon! :D Super excited.

  4. Make sure you have the box of tissues with you. Bring two! Thanks I had fun writing the review haha

  5. Kay @ It's a Book Life17 January 2014 at 00:28

    I cried sooooo much when reading this!! Love the review with the gifs.

    Kay @ It's a Book

  6. You are right his charters are too unconventional and they sometimes pass as pretentious, but the books are always funny (no mater how serious the theme)

  7. I know its juvenile but i dont like reading books that dont end on a
    happy note. Iv started both Alaska and this one and never finished them! (im a little ashamed given that everybody loves this one!)

  8. Gahhh so sorry I haven't visited in so long!! Haven't had time much for blogging/visiting other blogs recently :'(

    So glad you've finally read this book!!! This post describes all my feels. I basically bawled for days and days I'm surprised I didn't shrivel up into some sort of human grape because there was basically no water left in me to cry out. This is just such a brilliant story, everyone needs to read it!!!!!

    Hope you guys are well :))

    Laura @ What's Hot?

  9. You are forgiven! <3
    I've read the book ages ago but I didn't have the strength to think about the book enough to review it so I thought this was a better idea :D

  10. Should be ashamed. I usually like sad endings ( I'm weird ) but happy endings are just so boring!

  11. Ah thanks! I don't usually like reviews with gifs but I think I'm getting around to liking them (finally)


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