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This review of The Fault in Our Stars presents a comprehensive overview of the book's powerful themes and surprising plot, while offering in-depth character analysis. Relatable, intelligently written teenage characters caught between love and death are what set The Fault in Our Stars apart from formulaic love stories. Supplement your reading with this knowledgeable exploration of the book's characters, symbolism, use of humor, and writing style. Learn more about John Green's critically acclaimed past works while you discover his inspiration for this bestselling novel that appeals to readers beyond the young adult genre. Well-drawn characters in a complex, emotionally driven plot make The Fault in Our Stars a touching novel that reaches beyond the heartbreaking limits of terminal illness into the realm of eternal love.
In The Fault in Our Stars, the fourth novel from award winning YA author John Green, Hazel Lancaster and August Waters are teenagers living with terminal cancer. Follow their relationship as they meet, fall in love, and grapple with life's universal touchstones of love, loss, and meaning. Green's modern twist on a classic tale of star-crossed lovers is reminiscent of Shakespearian tragedy and draws the reader into the story of Hazel and Gus, treating its heavy themes with a mix of both thoughtful and comical writing.
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