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The Fault in Our Stars was published in January 2012, is the sixth novel by author John Green. The title is inspired by Act 1, Scene 2 of Shakespeare’s work Julius Caesar, in which the noble Cassius tells Brutus: “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, / but in ourselves, that we are subordinates.”
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- Book Name: The Fault in our Stars
- Series: N/A
- Author: John Green
- Category: English
- Genre: Young Adult, Contemporary
- Publication: January 1st 2012, Dutton Books
- Pages: 313 Pages, Paperback
- Source: Thank you to Exclusive Books for sending me this in exchange for an honest review.
- Rating: 5/5 Cupcakes!
The Fault in our Stars “Summary”
Hazel Grace Lancaster has been living with cancer for three of her seventeen years of life. Despite this, she is a girl with a vibrant mind, scathing wit and incredible empathy for the position in which she puts her parents from having to take care of her. His cancer started as thyroid cancer, but it spread to the lungs, which made him need to breathe oxygen from a tank at all times during the day. She attends a support group in a church; there, he meets a friend named Isaac and a romantic interest called Augustus. Augustus has been in remission after losing his leg a few years before, so Hazel hesitates to start a relationship with him, not wanting to hurt him if his illness worsens. She introduces Augustus to her favorite book, and he forms a plan in which they will travel together to Amsterdam (using the “Desire” that gave him a foundation for children with cancer) to meet the lonely and mysterious author and discover what happens. After the end of the book. They can do this trip, but when they get to meet the author, he is drunk and sullen. At the end of the trip, Augustus reveals to Hazel that his cancer has returned and is much worse than last time. They return home and Hazel stays by his side until his death. The author attends the funeral of Augustus and tries to apologize to Hazel; She realizes that her book, which is about a girl with cancer, was based on her daughter who died. Hazel faces the death of Augustus, consoling himself with the strength of his family and a letter about her that Augustus sent to the author before his death.