After constantly hearing how amazing this love story is and how much this book would rip my heart out and stomp all over it, I obviously HAD to get my hands on it. Every girl is a sucker for a tear jerker. So, as my “Congrats! You’re done with your freshman year of college!” reward, I borrowed The Fault in Our Stars from one of my coworkers and prepared myself for a world of fictional heartbreak. This book surely did not disappoint. I started this book as soon as I woke up at 8:30 a.m. the day after my last final and finished it at 1:30 p.m… that same day.
I know this is specifically called a “Movie Lover’s Blog” but why not spice things up a bit on here, eh? And besides, this has already been made into a film and I promise to give you all a movie review of it as well.This captivating love story is hard to even put into words. It’s comprised of two terminally ill teenagers, Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters, who have different forms of cancer. A support group brings them together and nothing can tear their love apart. I don’t want to reveal too much because I had no idea what I was getting myself into when I started it and that’s how everyone should experience this incredibly beautiful and amazing book.The film comes out on June 6th so that gives you about 23 days to get your hands on this book. “Okay?” “Okay.”
P.S. You must read the book to understand how such a small word like “Okay” could mean so much. Excuse me while I cry some more.