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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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Kaylee October 20, 2014 at 2:41 am

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David Griffin October 27, 2014 at 8:33 pm

I just finished watching THE FAULT IN OURS STARS. This is just a simple thank for helping a young 36 year old lost man find his way back in a world that is even more lost than me. I have no illness…. Well none that I know of, but it made me feel again from a Heart that has felt nothing for a while. Keep up the superior work !

Forever A Fan
DAVID GRIFFIN

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Logan October 29, 2014 at 10:56 pm

You could always use the good old-fashioned postal service, he put his P.O. box towards the bottom of the page

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Abraham October 20, 2014 at 6:50 am

At school some of my friends recommmend a book, that you’ve written. I’ve enjoyed a fault in our stars, tho I don’t understand a perspective of a girl (I [kinda] partially do understand since/because I have a sister). I liked this book whether it was written from Hazel’s POV [point of view].
I’ve enjoyed it very much

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Matheus Perdigão October 20, 2014 at 7:13 am

John Green come by this email , thank your illustrious work of the guilt and the stars , which woke me up to something bigger , sometimes complain of clothing , food and forget to thank God because it has so many people there who are struggling against a cancer is the most important wHAT we have done to help people esssas ?

nothing

unfortunately we are selfish and proud .

Wanted to know what you want With Hazel happens if she dies or she wins the cancer and how your life plays going forward .

Thank you woke me for something bigger , love of neighbor , you know that the Holy Spirit and he reveals to you
God and his works in his life .

Matheus Perdigao
from Brazil
Minas Gerais State
City Belo Horizonte .

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maitha October 20, 2014 at 10:38 am

i have a really amazing documentary that john green will really like and i want everyone to know about what i wrote and read it. where can i send my documentary or post it??? please help

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Elisa favaretto October 20, 2014 at 4:00 pm

I’m a person who likes the fault in our stars, but I know that I donot ever answer
It is impossible to thin that she will read the post, but I’ll try.
I do not know it the ideas are finite or if he wanted to do as the writer drunk but a book con not and well, is out of all.
She understand us young or bis book understand us disappers no longer exists ,we do not want a the fault in our stars 2 but a fine.
That book is so full of imperfections that makes it perfect.
However, our greatest Dream is that he is tenere to answer.

Its a special fan of the emotions that gave us.

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lexie lockhart October 20, 2014 at 4:42 pm

in the book it says 17 year old virgins with one leg but in the movie it says he is 18 i read the book an i saw where it said he is 17 but in the movie he is 18 how is that

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NotMargoRothSpiegelman October 28, 2014 at 8:04 pm

It is people like you whom make life so hard to enjoy…WHO CARES?! THE BOOK AND MOVIE ARE BOTH AMAZING WHETHER AUGUSTUS IS 17 OR 18!!!

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LeaAnn October 29, 2014 at 2:33 pm

Go you!

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Lavin October 20, 2014 at 5:22 pm

OK, JOHN GREEN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have a great song for PAPER TOWNS and I think it fits in perfectly with the part when Q and the others leave before Grad to go find Margo, or, the closing credits. THE SONG IS “Up We Go” by Lights.

PLS SEE THIS PLS

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Miranda Garcia October 21, 2014 at 1:28 am

John Green:

I am awake at 12:15 a.m. writing this response because I just finished Fault in Our Stars (mostly, as I had to stop a little short of the end for my sanity’s sake) and as a writer myself, but more importantly as a sick person, I found that I had to say what an immensely accurate and honest job you did portraying what it is like mentally and emotionally to be devastatingly ill. From being a grenade to being something completely other to not crying in order to spare others feelings and finally to that complete desperation to not be so desperate, you nailed it. For years, I have tried to explain to the healthy in my life what a moral dilemma it is to include anyone in your life when you fully comprehend that your pain and existence combined with their love for you will break their hearts. I have never read or seen such an accurate depiction.

In addition, as a young woman, I lost the man that I believed to be the only great love of my life. I did lose him to illness, per se, but nonetheless, this is also an area you depicted rather well. Except, however, for the fact that you don’t only call the voicemail once, but over and over and over until the day the phone is finally disconnected. It was so accurate, in fact, that I was unable to read the last bit of the book, even ten years later, as it brought back the pain of those first several days so intensely it was as if I was back in them.

Several days ago I was explaining to my best friend, before beginning the book, how the best pieces of writing so deeply touch parts of us that we can fully connect to them, because the story is our story, the feelings our feelings. So despite hours of crying, even when not actually reading the book, I thank you so much for it.

Your writing was truly affected my life.

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Lynn Oliver October 21, 2014 at 2:29 pm

Dearest John Green

I’ve read most of your work and I am utterly intrigued.

The Fault in Our Stars has brought some sense back into my life, (Not kidding), and since Hazel Grace and Augustus had the opportunity to contact Peter Van Houten, I was wondering if I could do the same.

What happens to Hazel after Augustus’ passing? And does life get better for her? Does she fight the cancer and survive?

Please reply. I need to know.

Thank you for your time.
Lynn Oliver

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Tatii October 21, 2014 at 9:32 pm

Hello My name is Tatiana but you can call me Tatii, Jhon paragraph Everything Else That I’m in love By His Book and Movie That Do not know what I breathe And Blame the Stars, And speak Blame the Stars, Live Guilt And Star . I know you love the Truth, know Something That Is Practically Impossible since I live in Brazil but I’m passionate about her work at last POR tudooooooooo For Characters!

Thank you for your existence.
att, Tatii

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Evandro José Cinciareli October 22, 2014 at 12:39 pm

Good afternoon!
I must confess I have not read any of your books. But I watched the movie “Blame is the Stars.” I was charmed. I have a problem. I have an ex girlfriend / fiancee. Four-year relationship, broke up less than a month. I want to win her back, but do not know where to start.
I’ve been through this for advice to a renowned writer with romance novels. Please help me. My name is Evandro José Cinciareli and her name Karla Cristina Severo.
Sorry for English, but I am Brazilian and I have such an affinity with his tongue.

Thank you!

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Madison Duncan October 26, 2014 at 10:00 pm

Hey, Evandro,
I just want to say first off that I am sorry for the breakup. If you would like to win her back, tell her. Tell her how much you love her and how much you need her in your life. If she doesn’t come back, it wasn’t meant to be but if she really loves you, she’ll come back. I promise. I definitely would. But that’s just me.

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Evandro José Cinciareli October 22, 2014 at 1:56 pm

Good afternoon!
I must confess I have not read any of your books. But I watched the movie several adaptations of his books to movies. I was charmed. I have a problem. I have an ex girlfriend / fiancee. Four-year relationship, broke up less than a month. I want to win her back, but do not know where to start.
I’ve been through this for advice to a renowned writer with romance novels. Please help me. My name is Evandro Cinciareli and her name Karla Cristina Severus.
Sorry for English, but I am Brazilian and I have such an affinity with his tongue.

Thank you!

A summary of our history!
 
In March 2010, I began to participate in the Prayer Group “New Generation”. From this day on, my life began to change, God put in my path friends and some new friends from the past, but these were new friends who have changed my life.
Sometime later, more or less in April 2010, I started attending the house of a family’s Prayer Group. This family welcomed me, and welcomed all the other members of the group that walked by. I began to identify myself with them. Each in a different way. The father, with his simple, honest and sincere way. The mother, as a family leader, a person who stands in front of everything and everyone, a warrior woman plenty of fiber. The middle child, identified myself because it meant that I remembered from my childhood, playful, friend, companion. The youngest daughter, this is the best, one angelic and sincere smile, a joy that does not fit inside, a simple way to conquer all. And older daughter. Yes this came to change everything in my life. I do not know how to explain, but with his charm, his deep, penetrating gaze, his smile pure, simple, sincere, his joy and attention. I do not know. I only know who won my heart, but I refused at first, because I thought it was something in my head.
In May 2010, I was called to be part of the Music Ministry Group. Best day of my life so far, I could not wait to see what God brought challenges for me, despite knowing that his intention was to express my gift to His favor, nothing more fair, my gift of playing came from God and He alone is worthy to see and hear what I have to serve Him. Good. First challenge then. My first day as a musician in the ministry would be on the eve of Mother’s Day. That day. There would be no better day for God to test me. Mothers Day. So, the man I mentioned earlier asked a very simple song, “Maria of My Childhood,” and asked if anyone knew and I answered without thinking: I know! We were rehearsing and singing girls could not sing it. If anything I learned from this family and to this day I bring with me is: “God does not make mistakes.” And then he asked me: Do you sing? I replied, very scared, “Canto”. Ready, was fulfilled what God wanted us that day. It seems incredible, but I’m sure everyone will remember it.
Also in May, had organized a barbecue at the home of this family and I, along with the staff of the prayer group was invited, but only showed up after I left my job. Special day, wonderful, wordless. As well. At the end of the day, everyone was going away and leaving the mess for the home owners arrumarem, I felt an obligation to help them and said he would wash all the dishes. This is where my story begins to change where my heart begins to speak louder than my head, where I was sure that God had something important to me. Anyway, I was not going crazy. For all that I felt for the oldest daughter, had come this far more intense day. While washing the dishes, the landlady said he needed to talk to me about a girl who was into me and I said I also needed to talk to her about the same reason, but would not talk to the same person. It was then that I had no more doubt in my heart and told the truth: “I’m the end of your daughter.” Amazement. But it had apparently ended there, but then the other day, she called me into her house and told me to talk to her daughter.
And the courage to do so? Well, over the weekend, I called her to talk. I explained to her all my feelings, pure and true, it was on 05/06/2010, I remember very well because he had never been so shaky in front of a girl. All I had in my heart I told her. She listened to me and said he liked me very much, but he felt something for another person. Said there were no problems, just wanted her to know what was going on with me. It was then that his mother called us to talk, gave us the guidance that we had to pray together to see if it was really God’s will and we should do the reading of the book of Tobit. We did from then on.
 
Time passed. And on 26/06/2010 I was dying to talk to her again, but did not have room, our friends will not let us to talk. To take her to his home, said nothing, but to arrive at your home before fire me, I said it again. Put out all over again. I felt that she was different, however, for being inside your home and not find it correct, that I would not kiss her and kissed her, but she also felt the wanted (if you’re reading this now, I’m sure will cry).
My enchantment had not passed. The next day, Sunday, 27/06/2010, I sent him a message inviting her to an ice cream. Accepted. The afternoon we left, we took an ice cream and sat down to talk. I remember as if it were now, those clear and bright eyes looking at me, that beautiful mouth, pardon the word, sexy, shaking, do not know if nervousness, like crying or wanting to kiss. Cold hands but warm body. And then after much talk, at 17:15, happened. Our first kiss happened. Honestly, I felt as if the world had stopped kissing her and have thanked God for having it placed in my way, I knew it was no accident that God really had put in the way of one another and certainly with a most purposes.
So it was agreed that we would “get” to know ourselves better, but this was not God’s plan. On Monday, 28/06/2010, to come home from work in my house, there was a publication in Orkut. Karla entered a community “I Love My Boyfriend Evandro”. Scared. And when talking to said that she had scared me but had loved the idea, because it really was what I wanted to date you.
Since then, we started dating and we continue to stand together and in our prayers because we put a purpose we are always praying together at the feet of Our Lord to strengthen us.
Fact that united us even more. It was exactly 20 days we were dating and she needed from the Mission in Tocantins. That pang. A week without being able to see her. Our communication, SMS messages or only small and short connections. What boredom. The week was nothing. The heart of longing and ruminated increasingly believed that it was God who brought us together. Every phone conversation, the voice of weeping with longing still increasing and consoled one another saying, “calm is almost over, soon we’ll be together again” (remember that?). To distract her head, realized one of his greatest desires. Having a room of 101 Dalmatians, you still cry when you look at the walls? because I cry every time I remember the days that your mother and I were talking, brooding, longing, and painting the bedroom. The main increase could not miss the chorus of the song that marked us: “Today I thought both in two, I could not leave after us and I came here just to say. I’m crazy about you, I’m crazy for you!. “- Rose of Sharon, Cd “After Winter”, track 11 – Just A Love Song. 11 number that clearly shows that we need each other. (tears).
This is just the beginning. On his return from the mission, a surprise. All our friends in the prayer group helped me make my first and I think the most beautiful declaration of love that I could do for you. Guess. Right to hear “Just A Love Song” sung by us and entitled to our commitment to alliances wrapped in the middle of a box with truffles. Remember? I remember his face at the time of happiness, tears streaming down to hear the song and see the walls of your room. Do it all again if need be, is the most lovely and beautiful scene that I keep you in my memory and that no one will take that away from me, ever.
A lot has happened since then. We had our fights, but thank God always get it right on. There are details that I’m sure, were and will be marked forever as happy and very important moment for us, as the day that almost rolled our first time and I was afraid, and the day it happened, that really was the most special day for me because it was the day you said to me the first time eye to eye. Miss if I could go back in time every day to see you, feel your embrace, your smell and hear your voice.
Year 2011, God gives us the greatest gift we could hope for. My sister invites us to be godparents of my niece. Happiness is not enough to express what we feel. Never seen you cry so much happiness, ever. God worked straight with us. And then in 2012 came the christening. What a simple, but very important for us party, despite the cold it was the day our hearts were warm and we were talking to each other: “I can not wait to have our son to celebrate even more this time.” (tears again).
But then in October 2013 Deception. Finished what seemed to be a beautiful love story. Cries and tears marked this day for me. But God is greater. Where we met? As we began our courtship? Yeah, the world turns and on 30/10/2013, two days after the end of our relationship, in a prayer meeting, God puts us together again and make our promises and we thank God for having brought us together again.
February 2014 Who knew. Grooms. What a joy, pleasure to enjoy the happiness she was feeling with the person that I really love and also enjoy their happiness. We had some problems until the day of engagement, yes, but thank God, uffa, one more step was initiated.
It seemed that everything would work out. We were plans to build or buy a home for us. But then at the end of September 2014, I lost my mind, I was nervous, I know there is no justification. But I ended up fighting with the love of my life, and more, to hurt and hurt a lot with words, words that I still hear in my head and can not forgive me and know that every day you hear them also. Words that take a long time to heal the evil that you did. And then, two days later, 01/10/2014, our relationship is over, entirely, it seems.
I always said that he loved her so much, and was unable to hurt her, completely did the opposite. I can not explain in words how I am. In short, very badly hurt because who I thought was the most important person to me, one in which my dream has always been to get married and have a family. In words too, am unable to say what I really feel for you, when I stand before you, I am unarmed to tell you what I feel, your look, your way of being rob me the words. I just wanted to kiss and hug you and say simply that I love you.

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parisa October 22, 2014 at 4:58 pm

Hi Mr Green , just wanted to thank you for your wonderful book , it changed my life in a good way , thank you thank you for such a touching book , you can’t imagine how much I love Hazel and Gus’s love and I’m wishing for such a love like theirs ,thank you again
parisa

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Aditi October 22, 2014 at 10:57 pm

Hello,Mr Green.I was so teary eyed after reading your best selling book,or i must say the best heartstealing book-The Fault In Our Stars.I really loved to read it.However I am also keen to read Hazel’s favourite novel,”An Imperial Affliction”.I searched for the book on many sites,also tried using by the name of Peter Van Houten,but I came to know that the book does not exist.After reading TFIOS,i really wish to read AIA ,too.Please fulfill your biggest fan-readers wish. yours faithfully, bookworm ;)

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preety October 23, 2014 at 12:08 am

Dearest John green, first of all I want to thank you for giving us a novel as touching as The Fault In Our Stars, nothing feels more fulfilling than Gus and Hazel’s love for one another. But the fact that touch me the most about the book is the positivity in their love, the maturity in Hazel and Gus’s spirit. Apart from TFiOS, I am an avid fan of all your books and Paper Town in a way is a wonder, could not put it down from the very moment I started to read it. Thank you for being with me like my best friend, always reminding me that ‘ life is a roller coaster that only goes up ”’ Thank you so much..

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Jeanne October 23, 2014 at 11:37 am

Right away I am going away to do my breakfast, once having my breakfast coming again to read additional news.

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crystal October 23, 2014 at 3:16 pm

Dear John Green,

My name is Crystal Sanchez, Im an 8th grader at Marguerita Elementary School. Im in love with your work and your book “The Fault In Our Stars”. How I came upon this book is I saw a lot of people reading it and heard it was a really good book. They said it was sad and about two people that have cancer and they fall in love, I thought it was sweet and interesting so I bought it and read it. Im so glad I read it, Its like my favorite book and movie right now.
Hazel is an amazing character. She goes for what she wants even though she has lung problems. She does everything she wants with her air tank, If i was her i probably would be scared to do the things she did thinking that my lungs would stop anytime. Augustus is also an amazing character. Even though Augustus has a fake leg, he goes on all these adventures. If i ever had a fake leg like Augustus I would be nervous to go anywhere with it. He acts like if it was his normal leg attached.
In the middle of the story I thought Hazel was going to die at the end of the story of her lungs stopping, but when I read about Augustus tube out and infected, I started getting second thoughts of who’s going to die. I started crying my eyes out on the part when Augustus attended his pre funeral. When they called Hazels house for the news that Augustus died, I got shocked i never thought it would be that quick.I though they could live together and have an amazing life together.
That was the first book i read from you and I absolutely loved it, I will be definitely reading more books of yours. I also have a question about peter van houten, what ever happened to him after Hazel rejected him from her car. Hope you have the time to read this and respond back. Thank you!

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Marissa October 23, 2014 at 9:59 pm

I just want to start by saying THANK YOU! Thank you for being an amazing writer and for impacting so many peoples’ lives. I feel that I can speak for most teens when I say that we can relate to your books and it makes us even more attached to the charters and the book. I enjoy your writing because it makes me think and reflect on my own life. I have just finished Paper Towns and I loved it! I wish I could run away like Margo and escape the stress of the world. But of course if I ran away today, there would be an amber alert out for me in a matter of hours. But I also wish I could go on a journey like Quentin by putting together clues and solving a puzzle to find a friend. It would also be cool to get away with spray painting the side of someones’ house and putting a fish under a seat in a car. Paper Towns is the third book I have read of yours. I have also thoroughly enjoyed The Fault in Our Stars(of course) and Looking for Alaska. You have succeeded in making me cry and laugh all three times. I really liked your first movie( The Fault in Our Stars) and am looking forward to Paper Towns. Thank you again for impacting my life.

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Kyla Manning October 23, 2014 at 10:44 pm

Hi, my name is Kyla and your book Fault in Our Stars has been the only book I’ve actually read completely in my 12 years. When i started the book i was very interested. As I read i just wanted to keep reading. I stayed up all nigh plus during school i read the book. My teacher must have thought i was crazy because she went to call on me and there i was crying in my seat reading your book.
Your book has helped me realize so much in life. I use to think my life was hard. Not seeing my dad in almost 3 years because your so terrified of him and he abuses you, but now i think there are many thinks that could be worse. I cant even imagine being in Hazel’s place. Knowing your not going to liver as long as you wish, knowing your going to die.
I’ve watched the movie Fault in Our Stars over 60 times and every time I still cry. I think every girl would love to have a relationship like Hazel and Augustus.
The one think I always say to my friends when they talk about Fault in Our Stars, or anyone who says they have never seen it is, “There are infinite numbers between 0 and 1. There’s .1 and .12 and .112 and an infinite collection of others. Of course, there is a bigger infinite set of numbers between 0 and 2, or between 0 and a million. Some infinities are bigger than other infinities. A writer we used to like taught us that. There are days, many of them, when I resent the size of my unbounded set. I want more numbers than I’m likely to get, and God, I want more numbers for Augustus Waters than he got. But, Gus, my love, I cannot tell you how thankful I am for our little infinity. I wouldn’t trade it for the world. You gave me a forever within the numbered days, and I’m grateful.”
The part i cried the most on way when Augustus attended his own funeral.
Thank you for being such a great writer and thank you for letting me realize life inst so bad.

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imogen October 24, 2014 at 1:56 pm

I love all your books, even if some people don’t that’s their opinion. I have enjoyed all of your books and read them constantly. My favourite is The Fault In Our Stars.

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Jessica Renee October 24, 2014 at 4:53 pm

Hi my name is Jessica Renee. I want to tell you that i am so thrilled you wrote this amazing book The Fault In Our Stars. What is even more special to me is that the book has changed my way of thinking. It has made me grateful, and Thankful. I actually did not know you wrote the book until they came out with the move (The Fault In Our Stars) Present year 2014. I admire your writing to how it relates to me so well. I am 13 years old, but with a matured mind knowing the responsibilities of going online and contacting you (someone i dont even know) Thank you for everything.

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Annalena Reinle October 24, 2014 at 7:33 pm

Hey,

I thank You that i CAN read your Book AND watching your Film ” THE foul in ours stars ” in German ” das Schicksal ist ein mieser verräter ”

I Come from Germany And I’m 14 years old. i LOVE to read/look IT.
My mother have breaSt cancer And YOU touch me with IT.
Sorry for my english… I hope you read it AND maybe contact me.

In Love Annalena.

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Kayla October 24, 2014 at 8:20 pm

So if I have questions about your books, to which do I write to?

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Jennifer Pridgen October 24, 2014 at 9:11 pm

John Green. You have managed to show me a side of love storys ive never experienced before. In The Fault in our Stars i absolutely love how they had a instant connection and just the way there entire relationship worked out. I dont like however how he died so soon i feel like he should have lived a little longer to actually give them a chance to live a realtionship. Why was Hazel so concerned and focused on her dieing one day and then the love of her life comes along and has survived his cancer then it just comes back and kills him. Its heart breaking i actually have a question how did he get that infection when he was at the store? Did it just appear? I am confused on that.

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csto October 25, 2014 at 1:40 pm

Dear JG
So you probably won’t end up reading this but that’s okay.its good enough that I get to send it
Thanks . That’s the only thing I wanted to leave here. Thank you for people like Tiny Cooper and Hazel Grace. For teaching the importance of friendship and what it means to BE a TEENAGER.Thank you for the life lessons,laughter and tears. You’ve made my youth.

Sincerly
Cleo

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Natasha Nikolovska October 25, 2014 at 2:49 pm

Hello there if anyone is reading my comment (wishing to be John Green), My name is Natasha I’m 13 years old, and live in country you probably haven’t heard of (Macedonia). Few months ago I read your book The fault in our stars and I loved it. I have so many things to tell you….. but finally I’m going to start.
At a very young age I think I’m disapointed in people (society) because everyone who read the book or watched the movie says “I want to be like them I wanna feel their love bla bla bla…” but you can’t because every love has it memorable moments you can’t just copy the book even if it’s real. Every love is unique it’s built with different struggle ….(let’s talk about other things)
What I noticed different in the book than the others is the way they communicate. Some will say they talk like old people but I really like it, because it’s not like “hey bro. What’s up” it’s more sofisticated, on a higher level. I wish you could recommend me some books similar like TFIOS.
After all I think that your books are unique, because they are not typical love stories. Your books are teaching people that no one has to be perfect to feel the atraction and love from someone else.
This book has made go trough a ‘roller coaster of emotions’ gratefulness, laughter and tears. It changed my way of thinking about love and other things.
Thank you for this touching book, and I’m glad to share my thoughts.

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vale October 26, 2014 at 1:17 pm

dear sir john green my name is valentina can call it I have 14 years I am writing to tell you that your books or most general are my first books you me born to know and experience worlds, very special feelings before I found a very boring book and difficult to understand till one day I found his magnificent books and I iso change my perspectives on reading , in short I love making what you write as it makes its way to occupy certain words at the right times I have countless questions to him and his characters but rather not do that fear him find inappropriate, excuse me for my English I speak Spanish and English hampers
with love
vale

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Guillermina October 25, 2014 at 4:43 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
Dear Mr Green
Some time ago I’m trying to reach you to thank you for your books always leave a nice education and also to ask you some questions.
First, I would like to tell you that The fault in Our Stars came to my heart deeply, and who taught me to see life differently. Also aa helped me understand the cancer and know how those who have it live.
Second, I love how the story goes in Paper Towns, of which I only read 50 pages missing, and I’m excited to know how it ends, and if they find Margo. It is a wonderful story and I wish I could write like you.
Third and last, What inspires you to write these stories? What happens to the fastidious Van Houten? Would you write the second part of TFIOS?
Please reply
Sincerely, Guillermina, a confused 12 years old preteen

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kelsie October 26, 2014 at 1:21 pm

Hi John green I am a huge fan of the fault in our stars I read like a million times it’s like the most best book I have read so far I love romance between Gus and hazel AKA Shaline Wildly and Ansel Elgort there my most favorite characters.of mostly all time I LOVE LOVE LOVE this book like so much and I have a few questions about the book.

-do hazel and Isaac ever go out

-does hazel die also

-do Isaac and Monica ever get back together

-was hazels mom a good Patrick like hazel said

-does Isaac die also

Please.respond as soon as you!!!!

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bestreader October 26, 2014 at 4:02 pm

Hello John Green ! I read “Paper towns” . This book is amazing ,but the end is difficult to understand for me . Of course is very touching ,but what happened to Margo and Q ? Did they come back to house? I want to know it. Please answers me…I have all your books. I read again. I wait :) thanks

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Ansley October 26, 2014 at 6:07 pm

Dear John Green,
Please write an adult book. Have you seen the New York Bestseller’s List? With the exception of Gillian Flynn, who is also amazing, we get Nicholas Sparks and books about ridding our bodies of gluten, while teenagers get books that reference Shakespeare and Greek Mythology and -oh my God-Walt Whitman for crying out loud. I know that these books are probably gifts to high schoolers to compensate for adolescent angst and awkwardness and desires to cut themselves, but I am 30-something and still have angst and every once in a while want to cut myself especially after reading Nicholas Sparks who can land a book deal which leaves me disgusted and slightly jealous because I don’t even have an agent. Shouldn’t I get a 30-something year old Walt Whitman-referenced angsty book in compensation for that?

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Daniela Ribeiro dos Santos October 27, 2014 at 9:02 am

John Green hi, my name is Daniela and I am a big fan of yours, but I came here to talk about is the fault of the stars, which is one of the best books I’ve already read, and here in Brazil everybody loved the book and the film also my mom said I even cried more than Hazel, and I love that story too and everyone here in Brazil is very fond of his books, you’re the darling of the young. ha percibi that guilt and stars just as the book of Hazel midsentence, not knowing if she died out, what happened to her parents and to the august and Isaac. john parabens etc and hope one day you know and do but questions. bjs

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Alexis Radford October 27, 2014 at 10:47 am

Dear John Green,
I was really curious in knowing if Isaac had a last name and if you didn’t mind could you tell me what is was.

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Jordan October 27, 2014 at 10:51 am

Mr. Green,
Recently our English class read “The Fault In Our Stars” and we have a very important question. We would like to know what Isaac’s last name is. We were talking about it and it bothers us that he doesn’t have one anywhere. One classmate searched and searched and couldn’t find it. So, if you would be so kind as to inform us of it, we would be very grateful.

Thanks,
Mr. Bullock’s English 1

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Yaressi October 27, 2014 at 12:42 pm

Dear Mr. John Green.
My name Yaressi Martinez .
I was wondering if you could answer some questions about his novel “The Fault In Our Stars” .
Basically what happens after the end of the novel ¿ Hazel Grace dies after Augustus Waters who dies? What about the parents of Hazel ? and finally, What about Isaac ?.
If you ever want to write something else, I love to read .
With all my admiration Yaressi Martinez .

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Laiane Silva October 27, 2014 at 1:30 pm

Olá,Senhor Green,li quase todos seus livros,e sou sem duvida alguma sua fã.
Mais o livro “A Culpa é das estrelas” me deixou muito emocionada, e sem palavras, mais também,me deixou uma grande duvida Augustus Waters realmente existiu? espero que o Senhor me tire essa duvida.
De uma grande admiradora sua
Laiane Silva
from Brazil
Goias State
City Caldas Novas

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Leon October 27, 2014 at 3:37 pm

Hallo Herr Green,
mein Name ist Leon Colbow und komme aus Deutschland ich habe ihr Buch mit großem Interesse und voller Begeisterung gelesen, jetzt habe ich aber die eine Frage was passiert mit Hazel stirbt sie auch oder lebt sie noch weiter . Mfg Leon

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Maddy Carrick October 27, 2014 at 6:16 pm

YO YO YO WADDUP MY MAN JOHN
Just thought i would let ya know that i’m feelin the role of Alaska. Let me tell you a thing, im hella cute and would be perf for that part, i would be a RAD Alaska so you should get back to me on that. Love your books btw, read em all. -Live love Maddy ✌️

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Liv October 28, 2014 at 1:06 pm

John Green,
I can not so good english.
Ich würde mich freuen, wenn Sie mir schreiben könnten. Ich mag, nein, liebe schon fast das Buch „Das Schicksal ist ein mieser Verräter”. Ich kann mich etwas mit Hazel vergleichen. Zwar hab ich kein Krebs, aber ich bin etwas wie sie. Oder sie wie ich? Jedenfalls möchte ich wie Hazel wissen, ob es eine Fortsetzung gibt oder geben wird.
Ihre Liv

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Emily Williams October 28, 2014 at 1:13 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I am an eight grader from North Carolina. I recently finished reading your book, “The Fault In Our Stars.” I just wanted to write you and thank you for creating this incredible work of art loved by so many (including me). Reading your book helped me realize there is such a thing as true love that will last forever. All of the love stories I have read of so far in my life always end with a happiest ending possible, just like a fairy tale. I am old enough to know that that scenario is not true in real life that things aren’t going to go the way you want to. Your book is different though, Mr. Green. This incredible novel is so painstakingly true, because it show you can find true love, There is always going to be faults in the stars of life, love, and just about everything. Nothing will ever be a perfect fairy tale, nothing will workout the way you want it to, and you’re going to get hurt. You do get to pick the people that hurt you though, and I personally think that’s a good thing. Your book taught me that even though days may be numbered like Hazel and Augustus, you can share a little infinity with the one you love. The love Hazel and Augustus shared helped me realize that one day I will find that one guy that, though there will be faults in our stars, I can share an infinity with , no matter how big or small. I am eternally grateful that they taught me that. Thank you for this amazing book that I will cherish the rest of my life and I hope to hear from you soon!
Best of wished,
Emily Williams

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Blanca October 28, 2014 at 2:26 pm

Dear John Green:
I am a spanish girl from Madrid. I would like to say thyat your books are amazing.

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Eva October 30, 2014 at 12:14 am

Mr John Green,

I just finished reading Paper Towns. I started reading it a while back, but didn’t finish it. Today I did.
To me, little Margo, Margo from that night & Margo at the end of the book are and always have been the same person. The impression that Q gave me is that he was never really listening. He had this view of Margo & selected what he wanted to hear. He put an emphasis on some words & misread everything Margo said as a clue.
I don’t like Margo. But then again who can I say that I like 100% of the time?
It stood out to me how accurate some of the things in the book are. We sometimes create an image of someone, that isn’t actually true. This happens a lot to me, unfortunately.

Thank you for an amazingbook!

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Ceylin Kızık October 30, 2014 at 4:11 pm

Hello Mr.Green. I read your book ”The Fault In Our Stars” and I loved it! I have some questions If you don’t mind. (I feel like Hazel) Whatever first off what happend to Hazel,Gus’ family and other charecters after Gus die? Can Hazel move on? Is she alive or she can survive? I know this questions are not so important but I really want to know answers. And by the way you’re really good writer Mr.Green. I hope I can have a e-mail from you…

Sincerly
Ceylin Kızık

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James Mac Sweeney October 30, 2014 at 7:19 pm

Surely I can’t be the only one scrolling through this gargantuan list of comments left by the lost souls and the denizens of the internet? As I write this the list boasts 8267 messages all of whom expect and perhaps deserve a reply but how long will it take for you all to realize that this is not a public forum, this is not a private chatline, this is the equivalent of a wall on the outside of his apartment with a question spraypainted on it, sure he walks past it every day but do you think he’ll ever make the tremendous effort of stopping, pulling out a ladder and painting a response? Hell no, so leave your whims and your curiosities at the doorstep because he may not care if you drag your soliloquies and your heartfelt speeches across the carpet but the rare individual who happens across this site can have their heart broken by the amount of disconnect, distrust and ignorance this site can contain

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