The Contact Page

Hi. John here. The best way to contact me depends upon the nature of your inquiry. So:

Questions about press and publicity should be directed to Elyse Marshall, whose email address is elyse.marshall((@))us.penguingroup.com, except obviously without the parentheses.

Questions about movie rights and other things that involve money should go to my agent, the lovely and tenacious Jodi Reamer at Writers House. Her email address is jreamer((@))writershouse.com.

The person to talk to about library visits and speaking engagements is Ashley Fontillas at the Penguin Speakers Bureau, who can be reached at Ashley.Fontillas((@))us.penguingroup.com. (It should be noted that I travel very rarely these days.) My speaker profile can be found here.

If you would like to purchase signed copies of my books, you can do so through the first great bookstore love of my life, The Book Cellar in Chicago. Email words(@)bookcellarinc.com and let them know the titles in which you are interested.

If you wish to send me something in the actual mail because you want to support the good men and women of the United States Postal Service, you are welcome to do so care of my publisher, Dutton Books for Young Readers, at 345 Hudson Street in the great city of New York, NY, zip code 10014. My P.O. Box is number 30152 in Indianapolis, IN 46230. However, please note that I do not reply to snail mail. There are no exceptions to this rule. I do not even reply to snail mail from my mom.

You can follow me on Twitter at @RealJohnGreen or like me on Facebook at JohnGreenFans. I also have a Tumblr and an Instagram at @JohnGreenWritesBooks

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Nicolle Lopes September 28, 2014 at 1:58 pm

John eu queria seu email pra mim poder mandar um email que nao se trata de nenhum desses assuntos, eu queria mandar um email de fã. pode me dizer seu email?

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Nathan Hanson September 28, 2014 at 6:11 pm

Dear John Green,
I wanted to send you something even if you wont see it. All I hope is that someone can still read my comment, and feel uplifted from the book and the film. I’m not here to write to you asking about what happens after the end because I thought the end brought everything together with a bittersweet story of two lovers.

I know that being a senior in high school and reading a book “supposedly”
directed at teenage girls is a lousy take our society has conjured up. Anyone should feel what this book has to say, and do so without any self guilt. With that being said, the girl who mocked me for reading such a novel can laugh all she wants; Love is a human emotion that intertwines us with our souls.

I first heard about you through YouTube. More specifically your video about a school prank (which to this day is one of the funniest things I’ve ever seen), also through many of your mental floss videos and online vlogs. And then I heard you were a author, so I had to read one of your books. After a friend of mine from school said I should read The Fault in our Stars I decided to give it a shot. What I didn’t know is that I would later love to hate such a novel. And I thank you for it.

Sincerely,
Nathan Hanson

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K & R September 28, 2014 at 6:38 pm

Dear John Green,
We are not-quite-yet-teens (tweens?) who have both read some of your books. And you’re basically one of our favorite authors in the world right now. And trust me, we read a lot, so we’ve seen LOTS of great writing.
R- So first I read The Fault in Our Stars. I think that was the BEST contemporary novel I have read recently. And I wasn’t a book crier? Now I am. I’m a slow reader? I read that in two days. And when I found out the movie was out…. well, I went the moment I was available. And then I just needed to read more of your stuff. Needed. So I got Looking for Alaska. There were several times where I just wanted to sit there and just finish it. And Alaska? I just loved her. My friends said she was creepy, but I just loved her. I could ask you so many questions about your books, but I won’t. I think part of the beauty is the mystery of it. Thank you, John Green. Thank you.
K- My friend recommended me The Fault in Our Stars. So I read it. OH MY GOSH I WENT CRAZY!!!! I like fell over on top of my friend and everything :D. So then I saw the movie. The very next day. So you are basically the cause of my favorite book AND movie now. So then I read An Abundance of Katherines. :)

-K & R

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Mairead September 28, 2014 at 7:15 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I must tell you about how much I enjoyed the book “The Fault in our Stars”. I haven’t seen the movie but I love the book. I feel like Hazel asking this but what happens at the end of the book? “I do, Augustus. I do” is one way to end the book but I yearn to know whether Hazel dies and whether she ever sees the ocean from a plane again and what Isaac turns out to do/be and what happens to Hazels mum (whether she becomes a “Patrick” ( :D ) ) and Hazels dad and what happens to Peter Van Houten… Technically what happens after Hazel recieves the email from Lidewij Vliegenhart.

Please reply,
Mairead, 12yrs, 8 months

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Deena Eldaour September 28, 2014 at 10:41 pm

Dearest Mr. John Green,

The fact that the commenters here are trying to reach you so you could answer their questions , I guessed I could as well.
Many people are asking you (in very nice ways including writing to you in special writer language so they could win you over) about your books.
And then, you guessed it right, mostly about The Fault In Our Stars.
People are asking you the same question Hazel asked Van Houten; What happens to the rest? I never thought about the rest, Van Houten was right, the characters die with the end of the book, nothing happens. And I didn’t even imagine what happened as well. Hazel ended the book with the letter, everything ends. That’s it. And that’s my answer to the questioners. The book ends. Hazel, her mom, her dad, Augustus’s parents, Patrick, Isaac, Van Houten & Lidewij all die and become nothing.
You probably won’t see this, but I’m aiming for the people who are coming here to reach you.

Sencerly, Deena.
Age 13

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Michelle Perez September 28, 2014 at 7:48 pm

Dear John Green:

After I read,and saw the movie of “The Fault In Our Stars”, I have one question for you. Well in the end of the book, Hazel Grace read the letter that Augustus wrote for her, and well I’m curious how did Hazel end up? Like I get the point where Hazel was reading the note, but what happens to Hazel after the movie/ book? I kept on thinking a lot of how Hazel Grace ended up, like what happens to her next, does she ever visit Augustus grave, or does she live? I would like to know what happen after the end.
Please respond back.

Your truly, and fan
Michelle.

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Maggie Rivera September 28, 2014 at 8:23 pm

Dear John Green,

Hello my name is Maggie Rivera.I’m 15 years old I’m a big fan of the book “the fault in our stars” I was just wondering if you have a sequel with the book. The book was amazing I also love the movie I just watched it and I cried please write back

Yours truly,
Maggie Rivera

Ps my family loves the movie

Maggie Rivera

Ps my family loves the movie

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Magen September 28, 2014 at 9:40 pm

Dear John Green,
I loved your movie The Fault In Our Stars. I’m actually doing an article on it for my high school news paper. I would like to know what your inspiration for the books theme was. Why you decided to write about cancer and the particular types that you added into the characters.

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Deena Eldaour September 28, 2014 at 10:43 pm

Dearest Mr. John Green,

The fact that the commenters here are trying to reach you so you could answer their questions , I guessed I could as well.
Many people are asking you (in very nice ways including writing to you in special writer language so they could win you over) about your books.
And then, you guessed it right, mostly about The Fault In Our Stars.
People are asking you the same question Hazel asked Van Houten; What happens to the rest? I never thought about the rest, Van Houten was right, the characters die with the end of the book, nothing happens. And I didn’t even imagine what happened as well. Hazel ended the book with the letter, everything ends. That’s it. And that’s my answer to the questioners. The book ends. Hazel, her mom, her dad, Augustus’s parents, Patrick, Isaac, Van Houten & Lidewij all die and become nothing.
You probably won’t see this, but I’m aiming for the people who are coming here to reach you.

Sencerly, Deena.
Age 13

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Deena Eldaour September 28, 2014 at 10:44 pm

Dearest Mr. John Green,

The fact that the commenters here are trying to reach you so you could answer their questions , I guessed I could as well.
Many people are asking you (in very nice ways including writing to you in special writer language so they could win you over) about your books.
And then, you guessed it right, mostly about The Fault In Our Stars.
People are asking you the same question Hazel asked Van Houten; What happens to the rest? I never thought about the rest, Van Houten was right, the characters die with the end of the book, nothing happens. And I didn’t even imagine what happened as well. Hazel ended the book with the letter, everything ends. That’s it. And that’s my answer to the questioners. The book ends. Hazel, her mom, her dad, Augustus’s parents, Patrick, Isaac, Van Houten & Lidewij all die and become nothing.
You probably won’t see this, but I’m aiming for the people who are coming here to reach you.

Sencerly, Deena.
Age 13

(Replying is optional)

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Prakash Mengar September 29, 2014 at 1:36 am

Hello Sir,
I’m a huge fan of your’s.
l loved your book ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ from a movie.
It was a really a great emotional and touchy movie I never seen before…..

Thank Your Sir.

Prakash Mengar
(If you read this pls atleast one casual reply)

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Sophia September 29, 2014 at 2:07 am

dear john green,

i am Honestly incredibly curious to know what you believe the purpose of life is. Even though you may never see this or care to reply, i would Like to know and would appreciate an answer since you’ve given me the desire to determine your interpretation of this question. your books are all about searching for something… Perhaps thats what your looking for the purpose through your books, or Maybe youve already found it. if you have an answer (if anyone does) i am curious to know myself Even though there may be no right answer or an answer at all. you are my greatest inspiration.

~SOPHIA

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Sharanya Gupta September 29, 2014 at 6:02 am

Hi Mr. John
Honestly people have already praised your book and movie a lot so I assume that you already know how amazing it was!! I just have one question…what kind of an ending would you have given if you hadn’t made Augustus die?
Thank you so much even if you read this! I know you don’t reply but then maybe I get lucky just like hazel and Augustus get while writing to peter van houten!
:):)

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Laura September 29, 2014 at 7:36 am

I really want to know if Hazel dies later on! I know it is kind of like what she felt when reading AIA, but I really want to know!

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Louise Costello September 29, 2014 at 9:24 am

Hi, I wanted to say I was surprised at how young you are. I expected an older, wiser? person, whatever that means. Being older myself, I guess I’m hoping that gives me extra credit in the wiser dept. It does and doesn’t I’ve found.
I enjoyed being transported by a well told story, one of my favorite things on schoolhouse Earth. Question: do you think it is important to constantly be “doing things” to make the world suck less, or is it enough to look at cardinals and the leaves changing colors and meditate on their beauty? I always feel torn on this subject, and while I do plenty to keep all my bells and whistles going, and, of course never feel like it is enough, I also feel that perhaps, the real thing is just to observe and appreciate. Thanks for illuminating a few stars for me, Louise Costello

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Nike September 29, 2014 at 10:09 am

Hello Mr. Green. I’m Nike . I’m Italian so you can understand how much difficult could be meet you somewhere given that we live ,more or less, in the opposite side of the world. I really would like say something stunning about what you have written but everything I could say, someone else has already said and I don’t like be taken for granted although I’m probably now. Anyway … I’m writing to you because the October the 4th is my best friend’s 17th birthday and I really really would like to give her something she wants so badly: the last Alaska’s words. I realize I ‘m asking you for much and you ,probably, don’t even answer me but, please, if you can say nothing about Alaska or something , and you are the nice person I think you are can you please send greetings to this my friend? You can do it in the way you want, with a video, with an email or with smoke signals (in this case would be a problem but would be fine anyway). Maybe you think I’m crazy but if you think that, it’s fine , you know, you created the person I would be (Alaska) ,so…all your opinions are accepted. I hope you didn’t get bored.
P.S. sorry for grammar errors Nike

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Rita September 29, 2014 at 10:14 am

Dear M.Green
I want to ask you some questions about your novel very well written that I felt quite ” Affected ” if I do say so .
I would like to ask you if the Roman ” An Imperial Afliction ” really exists ??
Also I would like to ask you if you write a sequel to ” The Fault In Our Stars” because I would love to read it.
My last question is that is after he goes with ” Hazel Grace Lancaster “, ” Isaac” , ect ?

The small point I would make to you is quite simple,
I think the father of ” Hazel Grace Lancaster” is not present enough in the life of his daughter cancerous .

Sincerely yours Rita

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Rita September 29, 2014 at 10:19 am

i am Honestly incredibly curious to know what you believe the purpose of life is. Even though you may never see this or care to reply, i would Like to know and would appreciate an answer since you’ve given me the desire to determine your interpretation of this question. your books are all about searching for something… Perhaps thats what your looking for the purpose through your books, or Maybe youve already found it. if you have an answer (if anyone does) i am curious to know myself Even though there may be no right answer or an answer at all. you are my greatest inspiration.

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sveva September 29, 2014 at 11:02 am

Dear John,
I’m Sveva, an ordinary 13 year old living in Italy. I’m perenially mulling over the “Great Perhaps”, and “The Labyrinth”. Since I finished reading “Looking for Alaska”, I’ve dithered about, inquiring whether the Great Perhaps is the actual cause of the Labyrinth. I mean… does depression (or deep sadness or hower you wanna call it) makes us believe that there is a Labyrinth? Do we create our own lingering suffering? Are we what we believe in? This may be an utter incorrect way of thinking, but it’s my opinion. I’d like to fathom what you mean by “The Labyrinth” and “The Great Perhaps”. I’d like to know what you really believe… not what Bolivar or Rabelais imposed you to believe.
With great admiration,
Sveva.

P.s. I’m Italian so I may have made some errors… sorry :)

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Jose September 29, 2014 at 2:32 pm

Estimado escritor John Green, he leído su libro bajo la misma estrella, entre lágrimas claro, pero al igual que Hazel tuvo duda con Anna si murió o no, también quisiera saber si Hazel vivió un largo tiempo. O si piensa escribir otra bella historia como esta, que paso con solo Hazel, se sumió en la profunda tristeza de haber perdido su primer y gran amor, o sus pulmones le permitieron alargar su vida y enamorarse de alguien más, aunque creo que un amor así es grande y no podría ser reemplazado, describe a Augusto Waters como un chico feliz aun así en el último momento, pero lo que pude percibir es que con su alegría ocultaba su verdadero sufrimiento de lo que es llevar cáncer, en cambio Hazel nunca oculto nada, siempre se sintió tranquila, y su felicidad llego con Augusto Waters, él le hizo feliz estando el triste pero a la final el recupero la felicidad y hazel recupero la tristeza al momento del fallecimiento de Gus. No sé si chicos como Gus existan, o chicas como hazel se encuentren leyendo este grandioso libro. Pero vuelvo a insistir, que fue de Hazel Grace luego de leer la carta de Gus? ¿Cuanto tiempo vivió?
Gracias, Esperando su respuesta
Atentamente: José Mata, 23 años.

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Alexis iob September 29, 2014 at 8:14 pm

Hello, my name is Alexis. I have some questions about the fault in our stars that I would love for them to be answered:) please help me:) thanks!
-alexis

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Aurora September 29, 2014 at 8:41 pm

Dear John Green,
I just finished reading Looking for Alaska and just to say I cried, and before that I read The Fault In Our Stars and I can relate to it because I have cancer too I’m dying but I know where I’m going. I love all your works ,your twisted plots ,and twisted minds of teenagers that make me laugh and cry at the same time

Love,
Aurora

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Carrie Rebekah September 29, 2014 at 9:12 pm

Dear John,

I love your books and i am wondering if your writing another one and what about? If you are, can you write about four kids being abanded twice by there “mothers” . There are two boys and two girls, i am giving you this book idea because i wanted someone to write about us. And if your even reading this, i do know that there are worse situations than this but you can always email me at likeabosswhite22@gmail.com

love,
Carrie Rebekah

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Mariana Garza September 29, 2014 at 9:13 pm

Hello mr green my name is Mariana I am from Mexico & i am 13 years old. i will want to know if you can tell me more about hazel an Agustus i will like a second book if you can email me that would be awesome!!! -Marian Garza

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Brianna Delira September 30, 2014 at 12:52 am

Dear Mr. John Green,
My name is Brianna and I am from Sacramento, California. I am in love with your books! I have read most of your books. The only book I have not read yet is Paper Towns. My favorite book id probably… Looking For Alaska or The Fault In Our Stars. I just wanted to say thanks for writing these amazing book and sharing them with the world. I every much so enjoy reading your book and watching the vlog brothers! I’m hoping you writer more books and make more movies based of your books. The next book I would love to see be made into a movie is probably Looking For Alaska!
Thanks for taking the time to read this and good luck!

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Brianna Delira September 30, 2014 at 1:14 am

Dear Mr. John Green,
Sorry to leave a comment again but I have a question about An Imperial Affliction. In the movie The Fault In Our Stars Hazel reads a book named An Imperial Affliction. I was very interested in reading that book so I took it into my own hands and tried to look for it. First I went on my public library website. And to my surprise they did not have it so next I went to my school library and they also did not have it. So I went on amazon and ebay to order it but again to my surprise they did not have it. But on amazon I did find it but it was $81.00. Which is pricey. So I wanted to ask you about it. How and why did you choose An Imperial Affliction? Also how did you find that book? and lastly where can I find that book?!
But now once I think about it I am going to check Barnes and Noble. BRB!
So I check Barnes and Noble and they do not have it! I need answers!!!
Please get back to me please!!!!!!!!!!
email: briannasue6@gmail.com

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Lydia Kristjansson September 30, 2014 at 3:43 am

Dear Mr. Green, the first time I heard about a fault in our stars was when the movie came out, and to be honest, I wasn’t really that interested. Then my friend invited me over to watch the movie, and I realized that that is the most perfect movie of all time! So I got the audiobook, and the book was even better than the movie! However, I have some questions. Please email me back!!

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Luciano Luiz Carvalho Miscevski September 30, 2014 at 11:47 am

John,
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Se possivel pelo menos responder uma das perguntas eu ficaria muito feliz. Obrigado pela atenção.

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Grace Conlay September 30, 2014 at 12:08 pm

Hello all. My name is Grace Conlay, I am 14 years of age.

I got the fault in our stars book about 4days ago (Friday 26th September 2014) and I fell head over heals with it. I Loved it to bits.

when I was reading it I imagined bits of the film in my head, things like when they went to Amsterdam, the characters (Hazel, Gus, Hazels mum and dad etc..)clothing, the characters appearance etc.. Because I watched the film first, I’d don’t know if I was in wrong doing that? (anyone’s thoughts would be greatfull and appreciated)

I know that some people say to read the book first then watch the film (if there is one that is) and vice via. I don’t know what/who to believe.

The book also touched me in someway. I fell in love with the book in the first couple of chapters. I couldn’t put it down, not even for dinner, or to go shopping with my mum. If anyone doesn’t know me better I would never ever turn down a shopping day with my mum.

I would recommend this book to anyone who was looking for something, quick to read (well for me any way), touching, heart breaking and extremely brilliant. There’s something to explore around every conner. This book made me laugh, cry and go back for more. I was sad when I finished the book, I hope John Green makes a second book (fault in our stars 2), because I would love to know what happens to Hazel, Hazels mum and dad, Gus’s parent’s, Gus’s stepsisters etc.. I don’t like leaving a book open (if you get what I mean?)

If anyone would like to comment on what I have put it will be extremely grateful.

Thanks for reading.

Grace Conlay

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Grace Conlay September 30, 2014 at 12:12 pm

Vice versa** not vice via, type error whoops, lol.

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Hannah Wilson September 30, 2014 at 7:54 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

In the past months I’ve managed to read most of your books and I think what I’d like to say first is thank you so much for writing them! Everytime I want to sit down and read I find myself drawn back to one of your great novels. I think the best part of your work is not only does it speak to the youth and help us understand the questions we have about being a teenager but it also helps us ask the questions we haven’t even thought of yet. From reading your books I have gotten this amazing view on some aspects of life and honestly they’ve helped me grow as an individual so much! You are one of my idols truly and I wish that one day I can write novels that can at least be talked of in the same sentence as yours. I do want to be a novelist and from reading your works I’ve also developed in writing skill and what you’ve done for the world since becoming a writer has really inspired me to follow my dream of becoming a writer

Thank you for the inspiration,
Hannah

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Aleksandra October 1, 2014 at 12:51 am

Dear John Green,

Your such an inspiration! I’m going to tell you
the truth, I’ve never been a big reader. I’ve read a couple books
that I’ve liked but they weren’t great. I always
thought a good book is a book that you can picture
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like if it was happening in real life. Then I read
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just imagine I was Hazel and it felt so real. I started reading
more of your books like “Paper Towns” and “Looking for
For Alaska.” They were both incredible and I couldn’t stop reading
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that I will never like one like I like you. You have an amazing
talent and I how to be like you one day.

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sonny hague October 1, 2014 at 12:56 am

Mr.green I loved you books and I love all of them and I just saw your movie (the fault in are stars) and my mom loved your work too and all I’m asking is for you to read this personally I know you have secretary’s but please just read and if you write back but its ok if you don’t my email is sonny12358@hotmail.com

sincerely
sonny Hague.

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sonny hague October 1, 2014 at 1:03 am

Mr.green me again what is your ending to an imperial infliction THINK…

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Jayden August October 1, 2014 at 8:35 am

Dear John Green,
I am reading your book “The Fault in Our Stars” and it is interesting and I think you should make a second part to this book so we can know if Hazel met another boy after Augustus died. Because I would like to know if Hazel died after Augustus or she met another boy. After I am done reading your book I am going to watch the movie. I’m only in the beginning of the book but so far it has already gotten my attention so I think the book is going to be very good.
Love,
Jayden Marie-Lee August Lewis

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Caroline Thébé October 1, 2014 at 9:26 am

Cher John Green,
J’ai récemment lu votre livre, tout a fait merveilleux je puis dire, “nos étoiles contraires”. Il m’a énormément plu! Ce livre est poignant, mais aussi merveilleux; il est très réaliste et raconte l’histoire de deux “jeunes” ayant un cancer, mais amoureux. Je ne l’ai lu qu’en cinq jours: je l’ai dévorée! J’ai quatorze ans et je compte lire plusieurs de vos autres livres! Je crois que toutes personnes l’ayant lu doivent se poser la même questions que “Hazel Grace Lancaster” se pose sur la fin de “une impériale affliction” (qui ronge l’esprit).
Ce livre est une grande réussite!! Toute mes félicitations. Caroline Thébé (France)

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Cassiana Ribeiro October 1, 2014 at 1:13 pm

Querido John G.

Dentre todos esses milhares de comentários, se tornando o meu apenas mais um, na esperança de que você talvez um dia leia o meu, deixo aqui minha grande admiração e respeito pelo seu incrível trabalho. Suas palavras fazem com que eu me perca profundamente em um universo paralelo, criado por você dentro de seus livros, o qual para mim é bem mais interessante que a realidade a minha volta. Seus livros têm sido minha companhia, seja lá em qual lugar que eu esteja, basta abri – lo e logo me teletransporto deste planeta. Me sinto parte da história, e muitas vezes me sinto o próprio personagem, você me entende sem mesmo me conhecer (e acho que nunca vai saber da minha existência), mais pode ter a certeza que meus filhos, netos, e outras gerações saberão da sua, você conseguiu a fórmula para não ser esquecido, enfim, como você mesmo citou, eu leria até sua lista de compras, é isso.

De sua grande admiradora e eterna fã,

Cassiana Ribeiro.

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Carla October 1, 2014 at 1:43 pm

Hello, John Green i want to talk to you in person not with an asisten or something like that. Please send me and email with your personal email.
Thanks

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Lara Wang October 1, 2014 at 3:08 pm

John, I am a college freshman working on an essay about preventable diseases. I know you are passionate about the topic and I was wondering if you would be willing to answer a few questions on the topic. 1. How much does it cost for an Ethiopian child to be immunized? 2. How can we as individuals help to provide vaccines for these children? 3. What would you say is the greatest challenge we face in attempting to provide vaccines against preventable diseases for every child? Thanks for your time!

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Lizzy October 1, 2014 at 4:27 pm

Hi John!
So, quite honestly, I don’t even know if you will ever read this but I thought I may as well try to tell you.
I know that you are very involved in helping people in other countries. I also know that you are passionate about the spread of knowledge. Through me school I found out about an amazing website. It’s called free rice. It’s a quiz game with lots of different topics (such as vocablulary, different languages, chemistry, e tc.)and difficulty levels. But what is particularly amazing about this website is that, for every correct answer given, 10 grains of rice are donated to help end world hunger!
I know that you support many other fundraising programs, but most of those rely on people donating money. That is not a bad thing, but I know that for many of the younger Nerdfighters this isn’t an option seeing as we can’t donate without parental permission that many of us wont get (not because our parents are bad, but because they may not be able to trust the website that we’re donating to and they don’t want our bank accounts hacked, or something). This website does not require us to donate any money, only time and brain power.
I know that the odds of you seeing this are very slim, but if you do happen to see this, please mention this website in a vlogbrothers video at your earliest convenience so that Nerdfighters can get involved!

DFTBA! -Lizzy

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Manoela Satiro October 1, 2014 at 7:20 pm

Dear John Green !!
Hello, I must first say that I am Brazilian and few words I know in English and I write this through Google Translator !!
But the real reason is my extreme curiosity to know what was going on in the head of Alaska Young, I’d like you to write a book from her point of view before he died, obviously, or to answer any of my questions !!
Also I must say that after the death of Alaska never thought I’d read a book by his find that you kill all my favorite characters but I stopped myself and read four books and through her ​​(I’m on page 136 of the book Will & Will) want say died of rage when I read the end of Cities of paper (Margo is another character I’d like to understand) and I really liked the end of Theorem Katherine, and almost cried, I said almost cried in the book and also the movie blame the stars !!
Good was not how I wanted it to be but I look forward to you reply me, if not I’ll understand !!
Manoela Satiro !!

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Leo Pichardo October 1, 2014 at 7:49 pm

Dear John Green,
Can you be my graduation speaker? I know you are probably busy, but I think that these speeches are important and we need someone that can be the voice of our generation the way you can be. I go to an art high school in Hartford, CT and as artists we probably won’t do well with a regular good ol’ succesful business man, we need someone like you. By the way, thanks to you I got a 4 in the AP US history test! Please come, we need inspiration.
The school will pay for whatever you need, and if you speak we probably won’t have to listen to our principal’s horrible poetry.

Thank you for your time and consideration, etc,
Leo

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Yamyla October 1, 2014 at 8:47 pm

Dear John Green,
The Fault in our stars is my favorite book even tho it ruined me. I need answers to these following questions if you could. Does Hazel live or die in the next 5 years? Did her parents go in to depression if that happened? How did you make such sadness out of more than 300 pages.
Thank you so much and please email me back if possible. This is really important!

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kathryn October 1, 2014 at 9:46 pm

Dear john green
hello my name is Kathryn and i know you might not read this or even think one thing about it i just wanna tell you how much i loved your book fault in our stars i have never enjoyed reading at all since i was younger but your book really got to me i could not put it down at all last night were i didn’t sleep till i finished i just wanna say thank you for the lovely story you wrote it really caught my heart.

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Zeynep October 2, 2014 at 1:46 am

Dear Mr.John Green
Thank you for our infinity that lasts 313 pages and 2 hours. I love the book.Its a masterpiece.Please email me.
P.S
What happened to Hazel?
Zeynep
Age 11

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Used Cars Bradenton October 2, 2014 at 2:45 am

I do not even know the way I ended up here, but I thought tjis puut up was great.
I don’t realize who you’re but certainly you are going
to a famous blogger when you are not already.

Cheers!

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eileen haro October 2, 2014 at 4:06 am

Emm hi Mr:Green
I know that you maybe never going to find this little letter, The point here is that first of allí sorry about my grammar(:p), my native language is not english, anyway, god i’m rally bad writter so, i’m going to say that i feeel hazel grace right nos, because i have many things to write forma you, ThE point here is that looking for alaska is my favorite book and i hace questions for you, i’m that kind of people that never give up and i wanna know, what happend with miles?, i mean he’s a strong guy but i wanna know if he still drink beer?, and what about the principal?, he find his girl?, because he mskes me feel sad, because “el coronel” as the spanish verson ssyd, he is a lonely man, and what about the religion teacher?, he is still alive? I hace so many questions that unforntnally you Mr can’t answer me but it’s okay, i justo wanna say thank u, because without your books i’ll be dead. Thanks to you i know that many people want to life more than the others.

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Büşra Oğuz October 2, 2014 at 9:06 am

Dear John Green my name is büsra.
First of all, I wish you continued success. I read your book under the same star, and I watched the movie is very nice reading and watching frankly I could not hold my tears. I’m a huge fan. I beg you will be very happy if you return to me by e.mail.

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