My rating: 4 of 5 stars
I’m not sure if I’m just a crybaby or this book really has the power to pull every emotional string I have. It’s an absolute tear-jerker and I’m glad that this is the first John Green book I’ve read. Not only has it tackled a situation being experienced in real life but it was given justice by the teen characters portraying the role. It feels like you’re either Hazel Grace or Augustus Waters and you’re actually in their shoes feeling and experiencing everything. You’ll actually feel the enormity of the sufferings any cancer patient has to face fighting for their right to live. Some parts may tend to get boring especially if it is mostly conversations, but if you’ll actually focus on the scenarios and put yourself into it you’ll be just fine until the next big scene. I highly recommend this book to those people thinking that they have the biggest problem in the world or those who wanted to end their life because of its utter wretchedness. This book will make you think twice knowing someone out there is praying to have even an extra minute to live.
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