"The Fault in Our Stars" Movie Review

I decided to do I book instead of a movie for my review. I chose my favourite book by my favourite author and You-Tuber, John
Green. The book is called The Fault in Our Stars and will be released as a movie on June 6th. The book was originally published by Dutton Books and the first batch were released on 10 January 2012.
The beautiful young adult romantic tragedy is about cancer. But it’s not your usual cancer book where they start an organisation to save lives and inspire the world. It’s about a 16 year old girl names Hazel Grace Lancaster who has thyroid cancer that has spread to her lungs, and she is living in Indianapolis. She is still alive because of the tumour shrinking miracle, Philanxifor. Her mother sends her to a cancer support group where she has but one friend, Isaac, who has had one eye removed because of a tumour, and now is preparing to lose his second eye. While at support group, Hazel been the gorgeous Augustus Waters, a 17 year old friend of Isaacs, in remission after losing a leg to
Osteosarcoma. After meeting Augustus, Hazel’s world is turned upside down.
This isn’t just an inspirational cancer novel, nor is it a cheesy love story. But it is an epic read and I’m sure the film starring Shailene Woodley, Ansel Elgort and Nat Wolff will be epic.
Jodi Picoult said that it’s electric and filled with staccato bursts of humour and tragedy.
Mark Zusak, who wrote the brilliant book titled ‘The Book Thief’ said it is a novel of life and death and the people caught in between. The Fault in Our Stars is John Green at his best. You laugh, you cry and then you come back for more. And I could not agree more with Mark.
I truly did favour the honesty and tragedy. The book made me laugh, smile, and cry a lot! I believe, this book deserves only the highest and most eloquent praise! NERDFIGHTERS*