Title: The Fault In Our Stars
Author: John Green
Genre: Young - adult fiction, novel.
Series: No series. (Although, John Green has written other similiar books that are amazing!)
Yay or Nay: Yay for me! (However, it could be a nay for those who don't like emotionally charged novels.)
Movie adaptation: Yes. The Fault In Our Stars.
Rating: 2.5 out of 5 stars. (Just wasn't my favourite. Sorry, TFIOS!)
Synopsis: Hazel Grace Lancaster has been suffering from cancer since the age of 13. Knowing her death is near, her outlook on life is very different, frequently remembering that not everyone lives forever, a long time maybe, but not forever.
Hazel meets Augustus 'Gus' Waters, who helps her follow her dream, discarding his own. One step at a time, Hazel starts to lead a whole new life, one she never thought she would...
Review: I quite love this book. The sadness, happiness, anger and humour make you feel what Hazel is going through and make you thank your stars you're not going through the same thing. After reading this book I couldn't believe this wasn't on my shelves the day it was out. It's a beautiful book, making you feel every emotion deep in your heart of hearts. If you haven't already read this, I definately think you should.
Although the plot was quite hard to comprehend, it was very original.
The motto of the book? Make every moment of your life count.