The Fault In Our Stars

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Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel’s story is about to be completely rewritten.

If you’ve read the book and are completely prepared for spoilers, visit a The Fault in Our Stars Q&A.

Reviews

“In its every aspect, The Fault in Our Stars is a triumph.” -Booklist, starred review

“Luminous.” -Entertainment Weekly

“A smartly crafted intellectual explosion of a romance.” -Kirkus, starred review

A blend of melancholy, sweet, philosophical, and funny. Green shows us true love…and it is far more romantic than any sunset on the beach.” -New York Times Book Review

“One doesn’t like to throw around phrases like “instant classic” lightly, but I can see The Fault in Our Stars taking its place alongside Are You There God? It’s Me, Margaret in the young-adult canon. Green’s book is also a good example of why so many adult readers are turning to young-adult literature for the pleasures and consolations they used to get from conventional literary fiction.” -Time

“Green writes books for young adults, but his voice is so compulsively readable that it defies categorization. The Fault in Our Stars proves that the hype surrounding Green is not overblown.” -NPR

“A pitch-perfect, elegiac comedy…it will linger long and hard in the minds of teens and former teens.” -USA Today

“An achingly beautiful story.” -SLJ, starred review

“John Green deftly mixes the profound and the quotidian in this tough, touching valentine to the human spirit.” -Washington Post

Nice Things That Have Happened

#1 New York Times bestseller
#1 Wall Street Journal bestseller
#9 The Bookseller (UK) bestseller
#1 Indiebound bestseller
New York Times Book Review Editor’s Choice
Starred reviews from Booklist, SLJ, Publisher’s Weekly, Horn Book, and Kirkus

In Other Languages

Editions of The Fault in Our Stars are forthcoming in Dutch, German, Spanish, French, Swedish, Danish, Icelandic, Hebrew, Chinese, and Portuguese.

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Jordan Jacobs June 19, 2015 at 3:34 am

Mr. Green,
I started reading The Fault In Our Stars just a few days ago and I continue to read it. I have already fallen in love with the book. As I will continue to read it I know I’ll have a few questions.
With best regards,
Jordan Jacobs
P.S – I’m sorry to be typing this late at night.

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Soyeon June 23, 2015 at 11:39 pm

You’re very welcome :)

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Nancy Luby June 19, 2015 at 12:09 pm

Dear Mr. Green, My name is Nancy Luby and I’m 15 years old. I have seen the movie The Fault In Our Stars and I love it. I know that this book is fiction but I would love to know happened to Hazel Grace and her family. I also wanted to let you know that you are my favorite author of all time; but mainly I wanted to say that I’m a cancer survivor from a childhood cancer known as Wilm’s Tumors (it affects the kidneys). This actually the first cancer fiction book that I ever read in my life, let my just say I’m hooked on it.
Here is my Email address: 1dnancyluby@gmail.com * If you any free time I would kindly appreciate it.

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Song Jin-gyu June 20, 2015 at 7:41 am

Oh my gosh I shouldn’t've read these comments…

One of the comments had a spoiler saying that Gus dies at the end and I was still reading the book!!!

Well, I actually had some kind of an idea that one of them (Gus & Hazel) should be dead at the end of the book, but… this is… depressing. A lot.

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Dedan Tyndale June 20, 2015 at 11:59 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
The Fault in our Stars is truly an inspiring novel. My tears for this marvelous story is not due to death but of the love that bound Hazel and Gus. I was truly inspired and my eyes have been open to what rare love-true love is.

Best regards,
Dedan Tyndale.

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Katie June 21, 2015 at 11:50 am

One of the best books I have ever read hands down. I have just one question about the book. What happens after Gus dies? Does Hazel die too or does she cure her cancer? Also I love your books as they seemed to be placed around metaphors! :)

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Louhane JACOB June 21, 2015 at 1:01 pm

Dear Mr.Green,
My name is Louhane Jacob, I’m sixteen and I’m French (sorry whether my English isn’t perfect). I discovered your works thanks to my cousin with whom I’ve seen the movie The Fault In Our Stars and I really fell in love with the story. I rewatched the film several times and I don’t get used to it. Now, I’m reading your book (in English) which is just… WHOA. However, like some other fans, I’ve got questions about it. What happen to Isaac and Hazel after Gus’ death? Does Hazel survive ? Whether she doesn’t, what happen to her parents ?
Besides, I’ve read Looking For Alaska and I would like to know whether Alaska’s death is an accident or a suicide and what happen to Miles Halter and his friends.
I would be pleased if I could get answers to my questions.
Yours with great admiration
Louhane Jacob (louhaneboss57@hotmail.fr)

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Abbie Worton June 21, 2015 at 5:41 pm

Hello. I just wanted to tell you, I absolutely love your book the fault in our stars, and have read it many times. I know you probably don’t get much free time, but if you had a minute or so, responding to this and reading it would make my world.

I’ve got a few questions to ask, I guess a little bit like Hazel did in your book. Firstly, this story is quite a thoughtful one, so what inspired you to write it? Something must have. Also as Hazel is interested in the end of an imperial affliction, so am I. What did happen at the end of the book, to Hazel, her family, Gus’ and Isaac. You may not have even thought of this, but even if there were little details of even what they do or if anything changed in their lives, it would interesting to know.

I know you may not even see this, but if you do, please respond, even a sentence will do. I would be so very grateful, so my email is abbiefayeworton@hotmail.com if you do spare the time.

Thank you very much, Abbie

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Taylor June 21, 2015 at 10:12 pm

Dear John Green,
I loved this book, I have read all your books and this is my favourite. But, i must know. What happened to Hazel after gus died?! Does she live or does the cancer light her up like a christmas tree tooo?!

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Leigh Andrade June 22, 2015 at 8:17 am

I love the fault in our stars book because it just don’t talk about a one sick love story ’cause it also talks about life, how to conquer and overcome each problem will past and facing it bravely and to be fearless about it.

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Layla Register June 22, 2015 at 11:45 am

Hello, John. I am Layla Register, or as Hazel would say, just Layla. I am ten years old and just finished reading your amazing novel. I hung on to every last word from chapter one to chapter twenty-five. Though you did not stop in the middle of a sentence like in An Imperial Affliction, I am wondering what happens after Gus dies and Hazel received the email and four attachments from Lidewij. Does Hazel ever fall in love again? Does she die and if do, do her parents become divorced because of Hazel’s death? What happens to Gus’s family? I would also like to know if any thing happens, like what Peter Van Houten said when Hazel and Augustus when to Amsterdam, “We are speaking of a novel, dear child, not some historical enterprise. But, as Hazel said, and I quote directly from thy book, “… I understand that, but it’s impossible not to imagine a future for them. ” So if you could please answer these questions, contact me at laylaregister@yahoo.com

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C.B July 5, 2015 at 9:51 pm

I read this book when it first came out and have re-read it too many times to count, and when the movie came out I went to see it. I loved it and I have questions, what happened to Hazel after the ending of the book? I know that it’s the end and that’s it but I’d love to know what happened after the end of the book for Hazel’s life after Augustus. Would she end up beating the cancer, finding another love, or end up dying from her cancer or some other way? If she died, what would happened to her parents? Did Augustus’ parents ever get over his death? Does Hazel still live in grief after the books end? These questions have picked at my mind for a while and I’m just curious.

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Layla Register June 22, 2015 at 11:47 am

Hello, John. I am Layla Register, or as Hazel would say, just Layla. I am ten years old and just finished reading your amazing novel. I hung on to every last word from chapter one to chapter twenty-five. Though you did not stop in the middle of a sentence like in An Imperial Affliction, I am wondering what happens after Gus dies and Hazel received the email and four attachments from Lidewij. Does Hazel ever fall in love again? Does she die and if so do herparents become divorced because of Hazel’s death? What happens to Gus’s family? I would also like to know if any thing happens, like what Peter Van Houten said when Hazel and Augustus when to Amsterdam, “We are speaking of a novel, dear child, not some historical enterprise. But, as Hazel said, and I quote directly from thy book, “… I understand that, but it’s impossible not to imagine a future for them. ” So if you could please answer these questions, contact me at laylaregister@yahoo.com

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Jess June 22, 2015 at 12:53 pm

Dear John Green,
I know you are probably really busy and wont have time to respond to this but if you do I’d highly appreciate it. infinityjj13@outlook.com.
The fault in our stars is truly amazing. I think I’ve read the book so many times that I have no tears left. Both my Granddad’s have cancer so this taught me the lesson of cancer doesn’t always kill you but there is always that chance. Thank you very much for being a great author and putting emotions through the words of the fault in our stars.
Yours most sincerely
Jess x

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Yana June 22, 2015 at 7:08 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I’m 15 years old and I’m Ukrainian.The fault in our stars is the best book I have ever read. It isn’t something like War and Peace or Divine Comedy, but it has its own unforgettable atmosphere. If you read it once you’ll never forget it.
I read it all night long and many moments took my breath away.
Thank you for your amazing stories.
P.S. here’s my email izidapufik@gmail.com

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Gary June 23, 2015 at 9:39 am

Hello Mr. Green,
As Hazel and Gus had questions for an author that they liked. I have similar questions.
After the book life still goes on for Hazel and her family and the other characters in the story. I was wondering what does happen next. I am sure you have your thoughts.
thanks
-Gary

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BHADRA PC June 23, 2015 at 11:57 am

Dear John Green,
I am a terrible fan of urs after reading ‘ The fault in our stars’….but i am thinking that u forget write the epilogue….or i am crazy to know about thereafter….so please do reply me back…my email address: bhadrapc1997@gmail.com
Hopefully,
Bhadra

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Julia June 23, 2015 at 12:52 pm

Hi John! My name is Julia, I’m from Argentina and I love your book, I’ve just finished reading “Looking for Alaska” I loved it too. But… I have a doubt… What happens with Hazel Grace after Augustus dies? I loved all your books, I didn’t read paper towns yet, but I am going to start reading it in one week. I think that you are the best writer in all the world. Continue writing books, we love them.

XOXO
Julia

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Celie June 23, 2015 at 5:55 pm

Dear Mr.Green,
My name is Celie and I have read The Fault in Our Stars quite a few times. It is my favorite book. But it ends like Hazel Grace thinks AIA does. I would like a sequel because you wouldn’t want to turn into Peter Van Houten. If you could make a sequel, that would be AWESOME!!!!!

Sincerely,
Celie

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Steve June 23, 2015 at 6:08 pm

Hi John,
I just finished reading The Fault in Our Stars and I wanted to let you know that it’s now one of my favorite books. Your ability to evoke an enomitional response from the reader is amazing, and I absolutely loved the story. I really connected to Augustus, and I loved his wisdom and insights that really made you question and think about the day to day occurances of life. This book is by far one of the best stories I’ve ever read, and reading it has inspired me to want to be a writer as well. Thank you for writing such an amazing and inspirational story.

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Jeff June 24, 2015 at 4:24 am

Great book

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Jeff June 24, 2015 at 4:27 am

This book is pretty sick just like me

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Mary June 24, 2015 at 8:17 am

Dear Mr.Green,

I want to say thank you so much for this wonderful book. You should write your reader, that they don’t read it in the undercround, because they have to cry.

I burst into tears so much. My friend came at home and asked, what happend.

One week later we saw the film to this book and i was also really nice, but since reading the book I cried more.

Nice wishes from Germany
Sincerely your Mary

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paige laurna monet June 24, 2015 at 11:37 am

Dear mr green,
My name is Paige laurna monet
I have read your book the fault in our stars and have fallen in love with the book its self, I have so many questions about your book, but mostly all I wanted was to tell you that you are a brilliant author, the main question I have is what happens to hazel grace after gus dies?, I like to think she lives alot longer and that she doesn’t die of her cancer straight after gus die.
Hopefully your not to busy to answer my one question
Sincerely your Paige Laurna Monet

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R.J.E June 24, 2015 at 8:24 pm

Esther is Hazel Grace! I want to read Esther’s book; this star won’t go out. I never met her but I would love to! She must have been awesome if she and John Green were buds!

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Nidhi June 25, 2015 at 2:30 pm

I’ve been reading this book for the 3rd time and already seen the movie 2 times and I’m still not over it

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remi marce June 25, 2015 at 5:31 pm

hello john green
my name is Remi and I sui French .
I wanted to tell you that one of your books really touched me , I am talking of course of the book ” our stars | contrary ,” what I love about this book is the story of Hazel and Augustus who do not have likely because their cancer is wonderful
but as said in my ” one saw me espite his illness ” because my mother was not cancer but a polio
I will be happy you contact
remi marce

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Alexis Trevino June 26, 2015 at 1:13 pm

Okay so I know this is a little insane but just here me out for a second. Think of all of the stories coming together. Before Hazel gets sick she decides to move to Alabama because Gus’ death was too much and she ends up meeting Miles. He instantly falls for her and tries to come of out his comfort zone and tries to do all these for hazel that he wish he had done for Alaska. They decide to travel because she finds out she’s dying. He decides to go to Florida to see his parents then also meets both Quentin and Margo while in Florida. Then I get kind of stuck with this but they somehow meet Colin and he breaks the pattern of Katherine’s and falls for Hazel. Then while she is trapped in this triangle they want her to choose between them and before she can even choose one of them, she passes and realizes that her one true love was with Gus and that no one could ever change that.
I know there’s holes and there can be a better story line but the cheesy-ness of all the stories isn’t such a terrible idea…….right?

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Csayuri June 26, 2015 at 5:39 pm

Mr. Green, would love me to answer these questions about her book “Under the same star” is to become one of my favorites of the moment, basically anything I like, and is completely in love with Agustus Waters, because after all Hazel had happened to Grace and knowing that I had a disease and basically his entire body was made of the disease, support for Hazel to finish leaving aside for a moment his illness to make you spend a good time Hazel
Finally I ask some things about this book that were not very clear to me
¿Hacel Grace portrays one to fall?
hazel dies or beats cancer?
Issac beat cancer dies or completely eyes?
I would love to answer my questions
Thank you very much for writing this book, I changed many people’s lives, especially for me who has taught me many things, not esque is sick or anything, but this book has made me know that love is born in the most difficult times of the life

Thank You

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Jade June 27, 2015 at 12:35 am

john green thanks for killing augustus and crushing every girls chance of finding the perfect relationship like this one:) you really did me a solid man!! thanks for showing me that life really does suck!!

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Isabella Ambroise June 27, 2015 at 7:16 pm

Dear Mr. John Green,

I have read your book “The Fault in Our Stars” countless times and I fell in love with it the way you fall asleep, slowly, then all at once. My best friend Jennifer, introduced me to this wonderful book, and we are dying to know what happens after Augustus’ death. What happens to Hazel and her family, Isaac, Peter Van Houten and even Peter’s assistant, Lidewij. Your book has literally changed the way we look at the world. If you have the time, please contact me and try to answer my questions. Thank you so much.

~ Isabella Ambroise

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Noa Talamini June 28, 2015 at 1:55 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
My name is Noa, and I’m from Italy.I read you book three times and i love it.I know that this book is fiction but I would love to know happened to Hazel Grace and her family.
Thank you for all.
P.S. There’s my email Noatalamini.nt@gmail.com
I’m waiting for your answer.
Sorry for my english.

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Elif Cigiltepe June 30, 2015 at 8:27 am

Dear John Green.
My name is Elif. I am 17 years old. I’m not a very large numbers in the city in Turkey. The fault is in our stars than I’ve read your book. You should know that the book has inspired me. A mirror that reflects me hazel can I say. I read this book over and over. I can not tell you how much I love your book in any language that my English is not too good :). but I wonder if some of the issues. Hazel hazel … such as what happens after reading the letter? Does he live? Does the pain continues throughout life? Issac is doing what? Is he going to a new relationship? I know. As you wrote in the book “I can not trust you. You can publish what I wrote.” you might say. I know. but I am very curious. I’m getting different results each time I read the book. Maybe that’s why I love your book. Each reading is like the first time I’m reading. Ever since I read your book I’m writing something. subject does not like your masterpiece. amateurish. but a very nice feeling to make people happy with the story I wrote. I only hope that one day is as a writer you become an inspiration to other people. I’m sorry for my english sucks. I guess I better listen to my lecture. :)
happiness and with love
your big fan Elif
And I leave you my e-mail address. I thank you for inspiring me and happiness.
I apologize again for my bad english.
bosameli@gmail.com

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Lauren June 30, 2015 at 9:10 am

Dear Mr. Green,

TFIOS is overall, hands down, my favorite book. The emotion and feeling that the characters show is very real. Please continue writing these beautiful stories.

Sincerely,
Lauren

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Lauren June 30, 2015 at 9:18 am

Dear Mr. Green,

I am writing again to tell you that your books are so amazing! A sequel to TFIOS would be so amazing! I read TFIOS about 2 years ago and I still love it! I am currently reading Paper Towns and it is such a wonderful book with hilarious characters and an adventurous plot. Your books have so much feel and emotion to them, its like they are real. I have many questions to ask you about Hazel, Augustus, and Isaac. ( I hope you read this )

Sincerely,
Your biggest fan, Lauren

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Elif Cigiltepe June 30, 2015 at 10:36 am

Dear Mr. John Green
My name is Elif. I am 17 years old. Livable nice if I live in a small city in Turkey, which is a place. I know I have a lousy english. but also to convey my feelings to you that your book is a task for me. Please forgive me because of my use of the wrong word. I live with translation errors. English so that I do not like to tell you about my problem so that “our time is brain” I’m at work, doing translations on the internet. As you will understand not very successful.
“The fault in our stars” Favorite books. I read this book over and over. again and again … without ever bored. I like this book in my reflections. I see myself in my book in my hand each alloy. I’m not saying that this is just a compliment. this is real. kaynağıms you are my inspiration. I can not describe my feelings for you and your book in any language. As you know, I do not even have a proper English. :) I wish I had listened to my lessons well. :) But this is not an obstacle for me. I’m not sick as hazel grace lancaster, but we’re very much alike because of the emotionally. I’m loving the solitude like that. but those lucky for me. Augustus Waters as someone who loves her protests. I have not found one yet that. If I now come to the point. I have some questions. Is Hazel lives after reading such a letter? how is the disease? Do or die? what about Issac? What’s he doing? It does getting a new relationship? What happens to the Lancaster family? waters family? I have so many questions. I know. maybe you can trust me. I understand. :) Have at least there will be a sequel? I would much rather that the sequel. I do not know, but the end of the book a little … how should I say “open” ends. Thank you for taking the time to read this message. I hope I am a good writer or worsen in the future. just like you. Even cherished the least I hope to find a drug to treat cancer. maybe one day you fictionalized medicine becomes real. I want with all my heart that as a health worker.
I beg your forgiveness for my bad english again.
happiness and with love
your big fan
Elif …
P. S: this is my e-mail address
bosamelif@gmail.com

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Alsa Batsyeba July 2, 2015 at 8:20 am

I love this book so much!! when i read this book, i was cry cause it very touching.
thank you Mr. Green, your book always make me inspirate

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Berru Curgen July 2, 2015 at 10:45 am

Hi Green,
I’m Berru. I’m Turkish. And I live in Turkey. In Istanbul. First of all, I would like to point out that this book I used to read your book in the first book of the flood of emotion that suffocates me. This way, you many fans like me trying to get to know. Maybe you have a black bag like Van Houten:) I had somebody like Augustus, you could reach your e-mail’s Assistant. I’m not lucky enough unfortunately about love Hazel. Think of your book with tears and I just finished a couple of questions attached. In fact, Hazel did cross my mind as I write you a letter. But I gave up thinking that you really care. Maybe this message reaches you, you call me you like Van Houten:))) Ahh even dreams in beautiful, but İstanbul and İndianapolis … So far away … My family … Soon as Augustus is MY LIFE! but I’m afraid to hurt them like Hazel. I want to pass my questions …

1-Hazel does fall prey to Augustus ‘ new cancer or going to join?
2-in Amsterdam, Augustus Hazel that I didn’t tell you apologized from, tell me what did she say? Although I’m not sure I go back there all the time.
3-Augustus brought the rest of the book? If you wrote?
4-Van Houten in the back seat of his car suddenly appeared and how Hazel is really Splendid Misery of 2. He wrote the book?
5-Hazel will fall in love with someone else after losing Augustus?
6 – Isaac will be together again with Monica?
7-Hazel’s getting married?
8-Hazel’s mother be a mother again?
So my questions for now. I will do my best to reach you. Take care of yourself. Pay homage to your wife and your children. In the meantime, why not just scrambled eggs for breakfast is really new? :)))

I’d like to thank you for writing a book like this.

With love,

Berru Curgen

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Berru Curgen July 2, 2015 at 10:49 am

Hi Green,
I’m Berru. I’m 13 years old. I’m Turkish. And I live in Turkey. In Istanbul. First of all, I would like to point out that this book I used to read your book in the first book of the flood of emotion that suffocates me. This way, you many fans like me trying to get to know. Maybe you have a black bag like Van Houten:) I had somebody like Augustus, you could reach your e-mail’s Assistant. I’m not lucky enough unfortunately about love Hazel. Think of your book with tears and I just finished a couple of questions attached. In fact, Hazel did cross my mind as I write you a letter. But I gave up thinking that you really care. Maybe this message reaches you, you call me you like Van Houten:))) Ahh even dreams in beautiful, but İstanbul and İndianapolis … So far away … My family … Soon as Augustus is MY LIFE! but I’m afraid to hurt them like Hazel. I want to pass my questions …

1-Hazel does fall prey to Augustus ‘ new cancer or going to join?
2-in Amsterdam, Augustus Hazel that I didn’t tell you apologized from, tell me what did she say? Although I’m not sure I go back there all the time.
3-Augustus brought the rest of the book? If you wrote?
4-Van Houten in the back seat of his car suddenly appeared and how Hazel is really Splendid Misery of 2. He wrote the book?
5-Hazel will fall in love with someone else after losing Augustus?
6 – Isaac will be together again with Monica?
7-Hazel’s getting married?
8-Hazel’s mother be a mother again?
So my questions for now. I will do my best to reach you. Take care of yourself. Pay homage to your wife and your children. In the meantime, why not just scrambled eggs for breakfast is really new? :)))

P.S : This is my e-mail address:
berrucurgen42@gmail.com

I’d like to thank you for writing a book like this.

With love,

Berru Curgen

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Carolina July 2, 2015 at 11:20 am

Hello Mr. Green!

I read the fault in our stars last year and have been hooked on your books ever since! You truly know how to write books for teenagers. Please let me know when you will be doing book tours or anything.
Thanks!

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Kimberly tan July 4, 2015 at 3:11 pm

Dear Mr John green,
just like Hazel grace in ‘ The fault in our stars ‘ , I would really be interested to know what happens to hazel in the end , like did she died? Did her lunges suck at being lunges but worst the next time round ? Did her mum become a very successful Patrick? What happen to gus’s family ? When was his parents finally ready to go back to his room ? How was hazel when the mail arrived.
really hope that there will be a book or at least something to answer those !
I would say the book is definitely a lot better than the firm :) and it definitely just gotten me my new hobby.

Thank you John green . For this amazing book .

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Jeya July 4, 2015 at 6:33 pm

I just love how you end your books. I love mysteries. So you’re creating a mystery with every book, readers finish. It keeps the interest alive! We may not be able to receive the answers but it makes me imagine more, create my own TFioS extended story, and daydream, which activity I like :)

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Sophie Penfold July 6, 2015 at 9:46 am

I absolutely love the Fault in our Stars. It is an amazing book and I think that the storyline is genius. The film is also amazing. I have read the book 6 times and watched the film 5 times! It is amazing and I love it so much. I love John Green books because they can be so relatable or similar to problems teenagers have. TFIOS shows that although sick people are sick they can still do normal, everyday things that normal people can do.

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Marie Gréco July 6, 2015 at 3:58 pm

J’ai lu ce livre peu après le décé de ma grand-mère suite à un cancer. Ce livre m’a autant faitfais rire que pleurer. Il m’a aidé à comprendre les sentiments que pouvait ressentir ma grand-mère. Et ma expliquer ce que signifiait le mot amour. Encore merci M. Green.
Marie

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giulia frigo March 9, 2015 at 4:41 pm

Dear Mr. Green ,
i’m Giulia Frigo (italian) and i looooove his book “the fault in our stars”.
But i have some questions:
1.what’s appened to Hazel after Gus died ?
2.Hazel dies or recovers from cancer?
3.Hazel will get engaged with someone else? (altrough i do not think)
4.Where did you get the inspiration for this book?
I would be pleased if you could answer me. thank.
Honestly its
Giulia Frigo
P.S. I am your fan, i have 12 years old and my email address is giulia.frigo02@gmail.com

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Hanna March 11, 2015 at 9:24 am

From what i have heard, John Green confirms that Hazel dies about a year after Augustus.

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Jen March 15, 2015 at 9:12 am

hey wanted to let you know that john green got his inspiration from a girl named esther grace earl you can read a book about her its called “This Star Wont Go Out”

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Rose Frederickson July 5, 2015 at 10:08 pm

Dear Mr.Green, I’m am disheartened to say you have become my Peter Van Houten.In most of the story Hazel is trying to pursue the answers to her questions about An Imperial Affliction, but yet you do not feel the need to tell the readers what becomes of dear Hazel Grace.The Fault in Our Stars has become my An Imperial Affliction.You see I share many qualites with Hazel.I know the feelings that occur in her in the book.Now do not get me wrong I am a fan of the book.Hense “The Fault inOur Stars has become my Imperial Affliction” however I feel it a little conterdictory.If you do feel like speaking with me More on this matter or decide to tell the end of you book ,Mr.Green, I would love to read.”Quite Frankly,I would read your grocery lists” Yours with great admiration, Rose Frederickson jessicafrederickson2002@hotmail.com

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Lisha Lavigne March 13, 2015 at 12:50 am

Really? how do u know it?

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Reyhane May 2, 2015 at 8:30 am

:) how do you know ?

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Sami crafts April 28, 2015 at 7:35 pm

Really? If that’s true that is awesome!!!

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Reyhane May 2, 2015 at 11:12 am

Really ? again a book about Ester ??
So you mean that Hazel in the fault in our stars is Ester ? Or Anna is Ester ?

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Amanda Ireton May 19, 2015 at 3:17 pm

I would like to think that Hazel Grace is Esther because Esther was the girl with the cancer and the tubes and stuff to help her breath.

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