The Fault In Our Stars

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.


“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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Guadalupe Acosta August 21, 2014 at 4:53 pm

Dear John Green,
Hi! My name is Guadalupe, i’m from Argentina (i can’t speak English very well) ,put i’m trying to do my best. I’m 15 and i want to tell you that “The Fault in Our Stars” is my favourite book. Sometimes i feel a strange sensation. I think this horrible world will never recover until all human beings read it.
It’s difficult for me because i can’t talk to anyone about your book “The Fault In Our Stars” i think they are especial books for me i don’t want to share their secrets to nobody.
I am really bad at writing , like Gus, but i want to tell you that the 300 pages of your book are deep in my heart.
After reading your book i didn’t live my life in the same way. Your book makes me think , and any time i read it makes me cry every time. The book reveals love purely clear. I would like they are real, it is beautiful because they live deeply in my heart. Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters


Paulina August 26, 2014 at 9:40 am

My name is Paulina and I’m 15 too and I’m from Poland… I just wanna to tell you… Omg… It’s a really beautiful comment or letter… I’m not sure.
“The Fault In Our Stars” i think they are special books for me i don’t want to share their secrets to nobody.” <— this is true, cause I have the same


Guadalupe Acosta August 21, 2014 at 4:57 pm

Hazel Grace y Augustus Waters are in a very especial place in my heart. They are alive there!
I know these few words are not so magic, i believe no book will cause such a storm of feelings like Tfios .
Thank you so much for this book, it will stay in my heart.
Your sincerely
PD.: I would like you answer my letter/mail.
I preciate this , but if you just read it is enough.
Would read his shopping list to the supermarket.


Izzy August 21, 2014 at 6:27 pm

My name is Izzy and I am twelve years old. Just recently read your book I spent my whole evening getting through it and now, well I am distraught. I have cried so much that I have no tears left. It was so good and as much as it made my eyes ball I couldn’t stop reading. This is the best book I have ever read. But like Hazel Grace with Peter I am dying to know what happens to her and her parents and Augustus’s parents and Patrick. I cried the most about the fact that she had nobody to call and the last words at the end just added on the sad emotions. I would be grateful for you to reply but I understand that you are very busy so I am not going to get my hopes up. Well thanks for your time I hope you have had time to read this. Thanks again.
P.S. You are an amazing writer thank you so much you have made many people aware of Cancer and you are a really big inspiration not only to me but to others in this universe, thank you again.


Lani August 21, 2014 at 10:19 pm

Hi Izzy, my name is Lani and I’m 12 too. I read this book and I cried my eyes out as well but couldn’t stop reading. My cousins called me crazy but the book was truly amazing. I’m actually crying right now, because I’m thinking about the book. Thank you for sharing your comment.


Cathy August 21, 2014 at 7:23 pm

Hello my name is Cathy, I have 14 years.
And your book has literally make me open my eyes to life itself.
I’m not going to mail such a Hazel and Gus are sent to Peter Van Houten, but like them I want to know what happens to Hazel, her parents, Isaac, Peter Van Houten, his assistant and the entourage of Gus. You must certainly have a lot of work so no time to answer a few emails like this but I would be really happy to know that you took the time to take notice of my desire to become aware that the characters in your book.
Thank you for writing this book and make us love life.
We love you even though we don’t know you


Emily August 21, 2014 at 8:06 pm

Hi, my name is Emily and im 11 years old. The first time I read this book, I was moved. I can’t believe how many things in my life have changed since I read your book. Thank you so much for sharing this book out to the world.


Elaine August 21, 2014 at 10:14 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

My name is Elaine(but people call me Lani), and I’m 12 and in seventh grade.
I absolutely love your book! But I don’t just love it because I love it; but because I hate it with so much intensity that it makes me love it with even more. The love and the fear filled my heart with the same emotions as the characters. And by the end I was completely heart broken. Did it have to end like that? But I guess the book shows truth in the reality that we see everyday but don’t stop to look at.
I want to be a writer one day, I’m actually working on a book now, but I rather not share it publicly.
I know your probably not going to read what I have written, but if you have, I would like to thank you for sharing your wonderful story with the world. And for teaching me that “Some infinities a bigger then other infinities.” (It makes me want to cry thinking of your loving yet very tragic story, you have inspired me to change my life around and make the best of every day because you never know when it will be the last.

Love, Lani/ Elaine


Josie Chism August 21, 2014 at 11:37 pm

Dear, Mr. Green
It has come to my attention that the world is not a wish granting factory. Nor does a roller coaster only go up, because we all know that what goes up must come down. But, what I do know is that “The Fault in Our Stars” is quite extraordinary. The emotions that I received from the book & movie were indescribable. You as author have introduced a new universe of feelings. “Death is not an enemy we should fear indifference.” You can’t escape death, some may face it before others.
The way you incorporated love into this novel made it pure amazing. Yet, you make us readers think. Everyone always forgets about the other characters but, you introduced us to that no soul is forgotten. I’d just like to say thanks, thanks for being an author that leaves you feeling some type of way.


sarah August 22, 2014 at 1:20 am

dear, mr green
my name is sarah and im 14 and i absolutely hate books theres too many words and no pictures and i couldnt figure out why every one was freaking out over a book so i decided to read it at a local chapters near my house and when i started reading your book i couldnt put it down it was like i was in every scene like i was feeling the pain or joy every character was feeling and ive never felt like that by reading a book its a great book and ive always wanted to be a wrighter but every time i start a book i never finish i guess im a perfectionist i dont know but one day i hope i will accomplish a best selling book just like yours !!!


chiara August 25, 2014 at 9:50 pm

Sarah, you mustn’t hate books that is a stupid foolish quote.


Vanessa Taylor August 22, 2014 at 2:20 am

Dear Mr. Green,
I am such a fan from China. Just want to tell you how much I lOOOOOOVE this beautiful, witty, heart-breaking yet hopeful story. And I want to express my utter gratitude for living in the same era with you, an awesome author.
The emotions that I’ve received from this book were instense and incredible. Like riding a rollercoaster through clouds in the sky. The world is not a wish-granting factory. I am extremely impressed with Hazel’s life philosophy, and her inner peace. To some degree, I’m like Augustus in terms of the oblivion issue. I want to leave a mark in this world I want to be something. I want my life to mean something with the capital-S. But after reading this compelling story, it has occurred to me that we should be grateful to those who love us, our parents, our friends, and that is enough. You already leave a mark in those who care about you. you ARE loved deeply, if not widely. I wish I could embrace this kind of inner peace and to live my life to the fullest. I am trying.
The star-crossed, epic love story of Hazel and Augustus is so pure and selfless. I got so choked up in the swing set scene, the Amsterdam trip and many more. So I recommend this book to some of my close friends(You have to understand that this book has not been such a huge phenomenon in mainland, China. And not everybody can relate to this story both language-wise and emotion-wise, which is such a shame). They’ve got so many emotions just as I have. So I just want to tell you how much this story changes my perspective of life, and I cannot wait to see your other books adapted into movies. Shailene and Ansel did an incredible job bringing Hazel and Augustus into life. Just cannot get enough of this story. Thank you , John, from the bottom of my heart.


kartikay August 22, 2014 at 5:46 am

awesome book
bit i felt it like incomplete like ‪#‎an_imperial_affliction‬
what happens to Hazel ?


Juliesa August 25, 2014 at 2:35 pm

I feel completely the same. The book ended and i still had so many questions. This book better have a sequel because i will hunt him down like Hazel and Gus. (:


Dreamah August 22, 2014 at 1:47 pm

Hello. My name is Dreamah and your book didn’t end as planed. I hope that you find a way too make another book too this part of the book. I know you probably won’t read this. So I won’t put too much. But thank you for making this book. I would be the happiest person ever if you were to reply


John Green August 26, 2014 at 2:10 pm

of course i read them. Thank you so much.


Sena Koroglu August 22, 2014 at 6:09 pm

Hello Mr.Green
I am fan from Turkey.I am 16.Live in Bursa and high school student. And also I am writing a novel about a boy who has heart disease.I want to study at internetional law but I will publish that novel.

I read your book and also watched the movie.I cried a lot.(I am really emotional) And I love it so much.
This is the best book I have ever read but book is not end what I expected.I want to the know what happened after the Gus died? What she have done?You wrote after the funereal but I wonder about Hazel’ s life. Did she fall in love again? Or she died a certain time after Agustus died? Will you write something about Hazel’s life?I hope You will.And I will wait.

I am so thankful for you Mr.Green because you became a pathfinder for me. I hope you will reply.

p.s I love you all of books.

best regards


Maddie August 22, 2014 at 6:09 pm

Dear John Green,
What happens to Hazel after the book ends?? You should really make a part two of The Fault In Our Stars, I would love to read it!!!


Emma August 22, 2014 at 7:34 pm

Dear john green,
Thank you so much for the inspiring story of The Fault in our Stars. It is a beautiful love story. This book has inspired me to start raising money for cancer research. Thank you so much for writing this beautiful story.


John Green August 26, 2014 at 2:12 pm

Its not only a love story.
Its is so much more young lad.


Dafney August 22, 2014 at 9:54 pm

Dear John Green,

I would very much like to know what happens to Hazel Grace when the book ends, and of course Isiac as well! Your book has inspired me tremendously! Another book quite similar would be amazing and/or a part two to the incredible book “The Fault In Our Stars.” I would also like to say that I dont neccissrily read often, but the moment I began to read your book I couldn’t stop until I reached the ending! I cried, I will not lie!


Alexa August 22, 2014 at 10:57 pm

Dear John Green,

I’m really impressed with the book you made i just can’t move on i love all of your books but The Fault In our Stars is just really my favorite it is the best i or i guess every TFIOS fan would really love to know what happens to Hazel after the book? i really just love her and i just really want to know:)).thanks for the time you gave to read this mr. John Green.


Leighann August 23, 2014 at 12:48 am

John Green,

I’m twenty and a senior in college…. Thankyou you for such an inspiring story. There are a lot of young readers engulfed in fantasy of dystopias and heroism arising in the form which differs from Hazel Grace. Thank you for not leaving the last page with a cliff hanging sentence, and thank you for letting us decide the fate of the other characters.
I half expected an epilogue saying when she died and if Hazel’s and Augustus’s parents remained married or not. Hazel’s tunanswered questions lead to an adventure, the adventure was a love story worth telling, and the infitinite curiosity which drove hazel grace to reread An imperial affliction allowed for the book to be infinite in itself. Just as I hope yours will be.


Zhana Maticevski-Shumack August 23, 2014 at 1:23 am

Hi John, (since everyone was calling you Mr Green and it sounded like you were my teacher, I called you John.)
I’m not here to ask questions. Questions are overrated. I’m here to thank you on account of your books. Yes, you may possibly be thinking, what’s there to thank me for? As everyone does. You have made me see everything. Nothing too specific, just everything. (Dimension 11 or 12, if I remember correctly) I was blinded by the light as it shone so bright into my eyes. No one gets anywhere with only admitting to the light. You made me see the darkness. The darkness seems more lively and exaggerated, if you get were I’m coming from. The darkness is a place for the depressed, or emo, or so some have said. The darkness is how you are in your whole life, it’s just a matter of opening the window to let the light in. You need to have your window open half way so that you don’t forget everything else. Happiness is (excuse the use) okay, but okay needs to be so much more. Okay can mean so much more when coming from different angles. Okay needs to be OKAY! In the darkness. And simply okay in the light. I’m sorry if this doesn’t make sense, it does to me.
You made me see this.
I am forever grateful.
Laters (as everyone was being formal)
(Pronounced like and sh and saying e at the same time, then add ana on the end)


Safina Isaeva August 23, 2014 at 7:16 am

Dear John Green,
I just wanted to write this letter for your email, but I read this and understood that you don’t even read your mother’s mails. Therefore, I decided to write here. Firstly, I watched all this comments and I was surprised about that each person wants to aware you about his or her feelings. So I am not the first one but it does not matter to me. All what I want is to be confident that I wrote you. I do not care if you will read or not, I just want to pass you all my thoughts. So listen…
My name is Safina. I am 18 years old. I live in the small country in the central Asia. Its name Tajikistan. I read one of your book and my views were changed by me. So, I am talking about an epic book “The fault in our stars”. You know I have never loved books before. Nevertheless, this one not only changed my views on life, but also changed my whole life. One thing that needs to be said is that you are an amazing person to whom I am very thankful. I felt in love with this book. Emotions overwhelmed me. I don’t care either the book was amazing or the movie. I loved it so much and I didn’t want to share with its name before, but then I understood that everyone should know about such an excellent writer like you. You know what, my biggest dream is to meet you and to say thank you for all. (
Hope I didn’t make many mistakes here because English Is not our official language.
With love, Safina.


Yael & Hen August 23, 2014 at 10:17 am

Dear John ,

Me and my friend really love your book “The Fault In Our Stars” and we would like to ask some questions. It’s pretty

much the same question that Hazel and Augustus asked Peter . We really want to know what is happening with

Hazel after the death of Augustus? Will she find a new love? What happens with Isaac and Monica? Is Hazel and

Peter remain in contact? And the last question is what will happen with Hazel Grace Lancaster?

Thank you !
we wrote you the same post to your facebook and email :)

Yours: Yael Yashaev & Hen Lipovich


shadeyranaee August 23, 2014 at 2:31 pm

Dear John Green,

The books you write are nothing short of inspiring.

Thank you for sharing your perspective of life and the different ways we live it through your writing. I enjoyed the way you described things throughout your books; the words you chose and the way you used them were incredible. When I took a break while reading your books, I often felt as though I was returning to a major motion picture instead of some words on a page. The random things that you include in your written works have often been recalled at the most interesting of times, and have been the material of great and witty conversations. Evidently, using “papillary sphincter” out of the blue can prove quite impressive. Thank you, Colin Singleton.

Your talent is truly a gift.

Thank you for sharing it so freely.

Another grateful reader

Post Script: The only thing that is holding me back from reading your books with reckless abandon is the language. (Cursing(; ) For someone trying to break the bad habit, it proves a challenging brain activity to try and replace (and/or skip) the curse words. Best Wishes.


Chiara & Giulia August 23, 2014 at 3:48 pm

Dear John Green,
me and my cousin Chiara are two thirteen years old italians girls.
And we wrote this comment for tell you we loved all your books, particullary the fault in our stars.
We know tomorrow is your birthday and we want to tell you happy birthday.
I want to be a writer when i’ll be a woman and i really think you are a example of the best writers in the world. You are our idol.
Thank you for your fantastic and meaningfull books.
your fans from Italy,
Giulia and Chiara


Emil August 23, 2014 at 4:04 pm

Dear John Green, I am 14 years old and I am from Russia. Thank you for this wonderful book. reading it, I realized what life is. here 2 years I was tormented by the question. part 2 coming out? what happened to the heroes of the book?


Natalia August 23, 2014 at 5:49 pm

Dear John Green,
I have read “The Fault in Our Stars” about five minutes ago. But there was something making me confsued right from the start. You wrote that it’s not a real story, it’s just fiction. But! It’s not so easy to write story without inspiration. It’s not easy to write THIS story without inspiration. But in your book you still underline that it’s just “cock-and-bull story”. And it looks like you wrote it… I don’t know. Just because of material benefit. I don’t say it’s true, never. But I don’t know what to think.
I’m 16 years old and you may think that I’m just stupid teenager, but I lost the point in your book. Writers always wanted to make their novels real, they wanted to give a piece of new world for their readers. In your book it looks like just another story for people, without soul. It feels like you don’t care about your work. And that makes me so confused. I can’t understand… No, I would like to understand what did you feel while writing “The Fault in Our Stars”. Without explanation I can’t truely cry, I can’t truely be happy and feel for the book’s characters.
Because we can feel the magic in books only when we know, that the writer feel the same as we. We, readers, need to unite with writer, with his feelings. And that’s what makes the story beautiful.
I only wanted to know if you had an inspiration for this books and, when you were writing sad thread, did you really feel sad etc.?
Best wishes,
Natalia from Poland


Héléna August 24, 2014 at 8:55 am

Dear John Green
I’m a french reader, so my English is not really good. I can’t explain how The Fault In Our Stars change my life. But i don’t want to share this story with nobody, i just imagine that it have been written for me. It’s very selfish i know but i don’t care for this time !
I really love how you write, really easily, it’s just the simple truth of the life :be happy with nothing. the simple fact that just be together can be cool. I’m happy your book is so famous because I want to tell the world that the life is really simple, and you, you can explain it with simple words, simple metaphor, and it’s just magic, and I don’t want to leave the TFIOS’s world.

I have few questions to ask you, (if you aren’t like Peter Van Houten, i really really hope that you’ll answer) :
First, what’s going on after the end ??? (i hope that Hazel Grace don’t die…)
Is that Hazel’s mother will be a social support ?
Is Isaac will have a new girlfriend ?
is that Gus’ parents have write new sentences in their home?
Is that Hazel read a last time An Imperial Affliction ?

Thank you for everything you’ve written.
With so much love, Héléna from France.


Karsten August 24, 2014 at 9:54 am

Dear Mr. Green,
my daughter recommended to read the book to me.
First, i simply like to thank you.
When i finished the book, i got the impression, that Peter Van Houten (“virtually”) wrote the book, to create an obit on Hazel for Augustus.
He brought the thoughts of Augustus together and made a book out of it. His story would have kind of a “HappyEnd” than.
Am i right? Is this what happend?
Best wishes
Karsten from Germany


kayla August 24, 2014 at 11:29 am

hi mr john green
if anyone loves the fault in our stars more than me I havent met them yet I have some quostions for you could you please aswer them it would mean the world to me.
1. Does Hazel live to be twenty
2. what happens to Augustus in heaven does he meet Caroline Mathers
3. What happens to Augustuss parents do they divorce
4.Does Hazel get a lung transplant
I would love love love a sequel
Okay ?
you can email me at


Driana Mejia August 24, 2014 at 7:17 pm

I think we all would love one


Brooke August 24, 2014 at 12:05 pm

Hi my name is Brooke I love your book but I’m dying to know what happens to Hazel and Isaac and Hazel’s parents? I’m even wondering what happens to Monica, does she get mad about what Hazel, Isaac, and Augustus did?
Okay so I have read the book over and over and I’m still crying each time and I really hope you send a email back. Okay? Okay. Is their going to be a second one.
My email is


Jolien August 24, 2014 at 4:25 pm

Dear Mr. John Green

I’m from Belgium, so I read your book in Dutch. I don’t read books so often.. But yours is so different. I couldn’t stop reading, it is so beautiful, funny, sensitive and much more! I know Gus died and that a second book would be difficult without him.. But just lik Hazel Grace asked Van Houten in your book I would like to now so badly what happens to Hazel after that.. Does she dies? Does she recover from the pain and loss of Gus’s dead? She seems such a strong person! She really opened my eyes about life, everything in your book did.. I really need to start LIVE IT.

Best wishes,
Jolien Gunst (Belgium)


Esperanza August 24, 2014 at 6:44 pm

hi , my names esperanza and i just wanted to say i truly love your work you’re like one of my favorite authors and i don’t think the fault in our stars was intended to be a trilogy but i still have to ask if you plan on making more books on it i would love to see that but all your other books are amazing too I’m currently reading paper towns I’m almost down and let me say its quite good just wanna let you know your doing an outstanding job you’re a great author keep doing you an please never stop writing books…


Driana Mejia August 24, 2014 at 7:16 pm

Hi, my name is Driana and when i read the book i just couldn’t stop crying for a day.I told everyone in my family to read it, and if it weren’t for my friend i would have never read the book.Hazel and especially Agustus will have a special place in my heart you will to.
P.S you are my #1 idol thank you for inspiring me i am writing or trying to right a book myself on Hope maybe you could.respond.Thanks. E-mail:


Rosa August 24, 2014 at 7:17 pm

Dear John,

I’m sorry but I had to start my letter with Dear John. The opportunity was there and I had to take it and I honestly can’t remember the last time I even wrote a letter but I’m happy that you’ll be my first in a very long time. I am 29yrs old and currently work with teenage addicts at a rehab center. It’s not the easiest job but I love it. Every chance I get I recommend one of your books to the kids I work with. I have yet to hear one bad thing and these kids are hard to please so take that as a huge compliment. What I find amazing about your stories is how anyone can relate, no matter the situation or age. Truly inspiring. For a long time I wanted to write but I lack discipline and courage but every time I read one of your books, specifically A Fault In Our Stars, I get this sudden urge to pick up a pen and write. I finally got 85 pages typed of a story that I’ve wanted to tell for a very long time and I want to thank you. I don’t know if you’ll ever read this but if you do, seriously thank you dude. I’m hoping to finish by the end of the year. Even if no one ever reads my book, I can finally say I finished something that came from my heart and to me that is everything.


lydia smith August 25, 2014 at 10:18 am

Hey, I’m Lydia and I would just like to say that your book has truly made me think about life and how lucky I am to some people. It touched me and made me cry it made me feel like everything was making scene like how some infinity’s are bigger than other infinity’s id never thought about it like that about it made everything easier to understand and writers don’t make me feel like this about a book but you did. This is one amazing book and you are my favourite author and the fault in our stars is my favourite book.

Yours sincerely Lydia smith.


Alicia August 25, 2014 at 10:25 am

Dear metaphorical Hazel, (because we all relate to her in some way)

It is powerful to be inside someone else’s head and hear the yearnings of their heart, so thanks for sharing. In your story, you made it clear that you weren’t willing to put up with fairy tales, but still clung to the value of loving and being loved. When you questioned the meaning of our existence, it made me wish that I could sit down with you and share my own experience and the truth I have found.

The loving Father God, Creator of the universe, gave you and Augustus those longings for significance and security. You are able to love because we can’t help but reflect the love He has infused us with. Evil has marred us and filled our world with pain. But the incredible reality is that there is a God who couldn’t help spilling His love onto us by sending His Son to earth to live a perfect life and die (and raising to life again), paying the price for our own evil and the evil in the world, so that if we believe in Him, we will have a life forever. Not a life of playing harps and jumping from cloud to cloud, but a life filled with the most perfect relationships you could ever imagine. A life free of hurt or even having to “choose who hurts you,” and instead filled with learning, playing, growing, resting, and honoring a God who loves without limits.



Chiara August 25, 2014 at 10:08 pm

I’m Chiara. She are ah. I have been reading books my whole life, I am 10 years old and I just finished The Fault in Our Stars, this book has actually been a blessing, this is a whole new thing to me. To be honest I cried when Augustus died, I don’t mind you “killing” a fictional hearty character that made Hazel Grace Lancaster blossom with what she didn’t know she was capable of. But yet she is (or was… Maybe…) such a wonderful person, and I think the night of the broken trophies is hilarious, but the fact Monica never spoke to Isaac was pretty mysterious in the matter it was rather dumb for Monica to abandon him.

But that is that.
It was said.
It was done.
It was.

So it still WILL matter to the human economy and they’ll say “MONICA! SHE JUST ABANDONS THIS BLIND TEEN MAN, LIKE “always”!”

Rather infinities are bigger than some infinities
Because those infinities are upgraded to a new generation.

May Augustus Waters, and Hazel Grace Lancaster still be alive.

Even if Dead.


Martha August 26, 2014 at 3:19 am

Hi Mr. Green,
My name is Martha and I am a RN. I started reading your book because I was inquisitive to read a story regarding cancer patients. I deal with many sick individuals daily and some patients being cancer patients. I wanted to open my perspective to see what young individuals with cancer deal with, I know the book is fiction but a lot of it is surreal. Not only does this book help me as a RN, but it takes me back to elementary school about 20 years ago. I had a friend who suffered from Leukemia and ended up passing when she was 18years old.
Enough about me and how this book has touched me, can you please inform me about what happens to Hazel(what are her true feeling after reading Gus letter, how much longer does she live?….), her parents(do they stay together, does her mom graduate with her MS and where does she end up working?), Gus’s parents(do they ever find peace and complete the grieving process?), Peter Van Houten(does he try to reach out to Hazel one last time?), Issaci(does he find “true love” again?), and Lidewij(does she keep in touch with Hazel?)? I know it might be much to ask for but I really hope you could respond.

Yours Truly,


Charlotte perry August 26, 2014 at 10:38 am

My name is Charlotte and I have just read the fault in our stars I never thought it was possible for a book to touch my heat in the way your book did but I guess I was wrong it brought tears to my eyes but laughter as well. Thank you for writing such an incredible book that I will read again and again and will treasure for forever . Just like hazel grace I was wondering if it was possible for a sequel I was just wondering what happens to hazel grace and her family and Isaac if possible could you send me an email at that would be great . Thanks again for the most touching , incredible book that I have ever read and will probably never find a book that can be yours.

Yours truly


Ashley young August 26, 2014 at 2:12 pm

Dear John Green
Yesterday I just finish reading your book called The Fault In Our Stars. I could not stop reading your book because I never know that a person can be in so much agony. Your character Hazel is an incredible person. It hurt me to see her down. She have so much heart. She had been through a lot in the book.
What really been bugging is that she does not know why is she so amazing. Everyone have there flaws and special quality. Hazel special quality was that she was a fighter. She never give up whenever she was in the hospital. I just wish that she can see what Gus saw into her.
I like that you made your character Augustus a free spirited and creative person. In the book I thought he always was looking for adventure with Hazel. It does not matter where it was he would never leave her alone.
I like that you made your character Isaac a deep individual. I thought when he was with his girl friend he love her so hard. when he was heart broken I also thought he fallen hard too. I think he was so hurt is because he expect people to keep there promise to him.
I just want to say I that you are telling about a cancer patient but did not made it typically story. I also I like that you given a cancer a voice
because I believe that not many cancer patient have voice. I think that they would be ecstatic to see that you understand how they feel being a person who have cancer. I think that you are Peter Van Houten for all the cancer children but your not a douchebag at all.


Nika August 27, 2014 at 10:14 am

The best book ever ♥


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