The Fault in Our Stars By: John Green – Audiobook Online

“The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green is a young adult fiction novel that follows the story of Hazel Grace Lancaster, a 16-year-old girl diagnosed with terminal thyroid cancer. At a cancer support group, she meets Augustus Waters, a charming and witty boy who had osteosarcoma but is now in remission. Hazel and Augustus develop a romantic relationship as they navigate their illnesses and mortality together. They embark on a journey to Amsterdam to meet the reclusive author of their favorite book, “An Imperial Affliction,” where they face heartbreak and life-changing revelations. The novel explores themes of love, loss, and the complexities of living with cancer.

Reading John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars is a young adult classic that I’d like to see continue from now until the end of time. Experiencing this story is as important and thought-provoking as any awkward prom or messy first love. And just like the aforementioned events, this novel has the ability to distance you while also healing you from the inside out — and making you laugh, cry, and generally feel more more than you have realized is human ability.

I was first introduced to John Green in high school, when a girl I thought was super cool gave me a copy of Looking for Alaska. I devoured it in four days. The novel made me crave Green more – his earnestness, his heart, his ability to make readers long to live in an imaginary world. The Fault in Our Stars was next on my John-Green binge list and I thought I was fully prepared for the experience, having just finished a movie as tear-jerking as Alaska. But alas, like every school dance, I wasn’t nearly as ready as I thought I would be.

Simply put, The Fault in Our Stars is complete and utter sadness—for all the right reasons. There is no such thing as melodrama simply for the sake of intrigue or death and tragedy to fill its quota of compelling punchlines. The story about a pair of terminally ill teenagers who meet and fall in love is more than just a run-of-the-mill teenage romance. You’ll instantly love the two main characters, Hazel and Augustus, from the moment they meet at a support group for teens battling cancer. Both are wise beyond their years, a result of being forced to reckon with their own mortality at an age when most children are only in high school. But they are both teenagers, plain and simple, and it is in this juxtaposition that the story flourishes. The story offers existential realities — things like the fragility of human life, the everyday actions we take for granted — and the deeply restorative power of love, in all its forms. , its center and center.

I knew John Green through his brother. I live with a wonderful, unique young man who is passionate about science. He is brilliant with an understanding of the universe that goes beyond… Hazel reminds me so much of my son and I am so lucky to be his mother. I made him perfectly imperfect and I will love him forever, no matter what. This book, even though my child was not sick or dying, helped me deal with the grief and guilt I felt over the trials he had to go through. Thank

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