“So I’ve just recently finished reading the novel ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ by John Green. And let me tell you, if you haven’t read it yet, then I recommend that you do, because even I, a self professed pessimist fell in love, cried and laughed and felt as if I was in the book itself watching everything happen and couldn’t put the book down at all.
The Fault in Our Stars, to describe it in one word would be, amazing. Because truth be told it is, and I am sure that everyone else who has also read the novel would agree so.
It’s the best book I’ve read in a while, and ever since I’ve read it, it’s made me much more aware about the other things in life.
The little things that I once took for granted in life, are now huge incomparison to before.
I’ve lived a thousand lives by reading this book.
And while sharing it with everyone else makes me feel as if I am betraying my love for it, it would also make me feel selfish for not acknowledging how amazing and wonderful it is by not telling everyone else.
“Books so special and rare and yours that advertising your affection feels like a betrayal.” The Fault In Our Stars, John Green.”—