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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karelyn cervantes December 28, 2015 at 1:37 pm

bueno en el libro me gusta mas que la pelicula pero ciertamente en el ambos habla sobre la novela de un dolor imperial donde hazel y augustus buscan las respuestas de que les pasa a los demas personajes cuando termina la novela cuando ana muere pero en la novela que usted escribio uno pienza que es lo que le pasa a hazel despues de que augustus muere. ¿hazel muere? ¿se vuelve a enamorar? etc…
isacc que pasa con isacc
sus padres de augustus… se mueren de la soledad
los padres de hazel mueren …. o que les pasa
no son preguntas literarias importantes pero ciertamente deben tener respuesta

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Dasha December 29, 2015 at 9:54 am

Dear John Green. I am from Russia. It is a great book. Please talk about:
a) what happened to Hazel?
b) what happened to Issaak?
c) what happened to Hazel’s family?
P.S. Sorry for my mistakes in writing. Please write me back.

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poat January 7, 2016 at 4:46 am

nothing happened to them just like in an imperial infliction once you were done reading the book that world that john green created disappeared, the books unproper ending is an allusion to the unproper ending of imperial infliction

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Alba Grace January 14, 2016 at 7:30 am

hey the book named AN IMPERIAL AFFLICTION not infliction

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Sabina. December 31, 2015 at 12:22 am

Dear John:
I have a question about this book. I just want to know if Hazel die at the end of the story. I am asking you this because, the book doesn’t have a real end for me, because i just finished the book today and i think that maybe Hazel is dead like “An imperial affliction”
My english is not perfect, sorry.
I really love your books.
Sabina.

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Sharon February 2, 2016 at 12:51 pm

Yeah I really wanted to know this too

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Darkness girl February 3, 2016 at 6:19 pm

It doesn’t matter just like he said in his book, this was the story of two lovers not the story of their life so for Hazel life goes on, who knows when she dies but someday we’ll all die.

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Ashlyn January 1, 2016 at 11:42 pm

Hi I’m a huge fan and I have a few questions about the Fault in our Stars. I’m only 12 and may seem a little young but here are my questions.
1.) Does Hazel die? Does she ever see Augustus in capital S, Somewhere?
2.) Does she ever get the sequ to her An Imperial Affliction questions, and if so what are the answers?
3.) Does Peter Van Houtenget to see his daughter in heaven?

P.S. I don’t have a working email, but you can call/text (205)-743-9053
Please answer and I thank you already, though I’m sure I’ll be doing a lot of that if you do answer

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Alba Grace January 14, 2016 at 7:35 am

it is your opinion and you idea because at the end of the story is open like An Imperial Affliction so some people think that Hazel died but some people think that she didn’t or they think that the story cannot be a complete story because of the end of the book you should think about it and it’s your idea

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Helen Crewe January 2, 2016 at 1:14 am

Dear John, I have just read your book and it is such a parallel to our own story. Our son Darren was diagnosed with ALL in 1991 at the tender age of 9. He passed away in 1996 aged 14. He wrote his thoughts down at the time he was told that he was terminal. His Oncologist wanted it published and nominated him for Ronald McDonald Young Person’s Achiever Award. He won it posthumously and the $5000 was spent to publish his writings. The book has sold 1400 copies…all proceeds going back to the Award. It has been reprinted 3 times. Darren certainly left his mark. We are very proud of him. I can send you a copy if you are interested. The book is called ‘Thoughts. A Teenager’s Response to a Crisis.’ Kind regards Helen Crewe, Pambula, NSW, Australia.

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Grace :) January 2, 2016 at 2:02 pm

Hi, Whoever is reading this,
I didn’t really think much of John Green. I just thought he was an average author, who writes average books, with average readers reading those average books by an average author. But oh, how I was wrong!
I recently read The Fault In Ours Stars. This book changed the way I think of John Green forever. After reading this book, I know that John Green is no average author, but an amazingly understanding man who connects with his amazing books and the amazing people who read his amazing books! Yes, I know that thier is probably no way – at all – that John Green is ever going to read this, nor will anyone notice this comment among all the others, some may be a lot better, but I wanted someone, anybody – and I do not care who – to read this and know that the book is a great one. The next book I shall read is looking for Alaska, If anyone has any other recommendations, I would be happy to talk with them! Thank you to anyone who has read my comment, it means a lot! If you can, please reply or like this comment or whatever, so that I know you did read it! Thank you so much to John Green, the author the book that changed my life, and my family (who got me the book for christmas!) ;) :)
Thanks :)
This book changed my life!
*It’s a metaphor ;)*
Anyway – bye and thanks!!

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Kristen January 20, 2016 at 5:29 pm

Dear Grace,
First off Hi! My name is Kristen. I used to wonder why people would take the time to read John Green books but like you I picked up The Fault In Our Stars. Then I understood that John Green is not you average author he knows what he is doing when it comes to book. I just wanted to say i completely and totally agree with you about John Green and his books :)! Another really good ok more like great book by John Green is Looking For Alaska I can’t seem to put it down…

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Jenny January 2, 2016 at 2:21 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

I’m 16 years old and I searched for a way to contact you about an hour, but then I found yout website (that was mentioned in the book, but oay).
Sorry for my english, it’s not the best one because I’m from Germany (but I try my best).

So first I have to say that I was really skeptical about reading one of your books because I normally adore horror or thriller etc, but not lovestorys. I though that your books are full of cliche and stuff like that and like all the other “normal-famous-you-know-what-happens-since-the-first-page”-lovestorys.

But then a friend of me told me about looking for alaska and I decided to read it, but in english, not in german, because I wanted the original. After reading looking for alaska in english, I bought the german version and read it and I have to say, that I liked the original version more. So I bought the fault in our stars, also in english.

And now, okay. Looking for Alaska was an amazing book and not what I’ve expected, but THIS, oh my god. I really enjoied reading the fault in our stars.
I knew that Augustus would die but this wasn’t that “you-know-whats-happening-and-that-makes-it-boring” but this “OMG-I-KNOW-WHAT-WILL-HAPPEN-BUT-I-LOVE-IT-BUT-I-HATE-IT-OMG-TO-MANY-EMOTIONS-TO:HANDLE-IT”, if you know what I mean.

I absolutely love the book, I read it 3 times, I watched the movie, wich wasn’t as good as the book but not bad, though.

I cant say it often enough but this book is so damn good, I am so happy that i decided to read it although I wasn’t sure about it at the beginning.

I’m going to read your other books too ( just orderd paper towns yesterday) and I hope they’ll be as good as Looking for Alaska and the fault in our stars.

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Andrea January 2, 2016 at 9:47 pm

Dear John Green,
Is it true you are going to write another part about the fault in our stars, that is going to be called the night before our stars?
Please answer me

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Pam Hewins January 4, 2016 at 1:34 pm

Want if she’s pregnant and her family and doctors tell her it would be dangerous for her carry this child?

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ingrid January 6, 2016 at 5:37 am

ola john green, sou do brasil , moro em minas gerais de BELO HORIZONTE, admiro seu livro , e não me canso de ler ele , e como uma expiração para mim , não sei se você vai ver meu comentário, mais quero lhe dizer que sou apaixonada pelo seus livros , e a historia de Hazel me fez acreditar em amor verdadeiro , não me canso de ler esse livro e como se fosse um diário pra mim, e como a Hazel disse : eu leria ate suas lista de compras . TE ADMIRO MUITO , BEIJO DAQUI DO BRASIL

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Josie January 7, 2016 at 4:48 pm

I love this book!

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Anna :) January 7, 2016 at 10:45 pm

Dear John,

I hope you do not mind me calling you that! I talk about you a lot and refer to you as “John” so it is basically natural for me!
Today is January 7, 2016. Not too long ago was Christmas, as you may know. I got a book set of yours that I was dying to get! I got the four books you wrote alone, but I intend on getting the ones you wrote with other authors.
I have read “The Fault in Our Stars” twice now, and I have just finished reading “Paper Towns”. I immediately started reading “Looking for Alaska” when I finished “Paper Towns”. May I just say that I am constantly recommending your books to many other readers looking for a book to read and enjoy. I love how you use amazing vocabulary in your books! I love how you word them, too.
I don’t have any questions referring to the possible death of Hazel Grace after the story ends, but I am curious as to if Peter Van Houten gets his life together. I feel as though he might, but as a reader of 15, I am in a mixture of feelings about him. I believe Van Houten stops drinking so much, maybe to where he is not necessarily wanting a drink every second.
I don’t believe Hazel Grace dies. I believe she takes a little longer to get over Augustus’s death, but does not die physically-she might feel as though she is dead on the inside, however.
As an author, you may have thought of different possible endings. In fact, I’d imagine you did! I am just generally curious as to if you have thought about what might happen to each individual, living character-specifically Van Houten.
My reasoning for not asking about Hazel Grace, or anyone else for that matter, is not that I am not curious-I just don’t want to have different thoughts in my head as to how things ended.
Van Houten had me intrigued because he seemed as though he was a busy author who didn’t have time for fan mail, until Augustus and Hazel Grace actually met him. I feel like Van Houten is in fact a very realistic author. While he may seem to be just fine, or even okay, meeting him as a drunk who didn’t seem to care amazed me. You never know how an author actually is. They could be someone who sits at a bar all day getting drunk. They could be someone who goes outside just because they feel as though nature should be seen, or carefully looked at, if you will. Authors may write amazing novels, but behind that computer, typewriter, etcetera..you never know who they truly are.
Like they are a mirror. You seem them for who they are on the outside based on how they act, dress, talk, etcetera. But you do not see who they are on the inside-how they feel, what they think, etcetera.
Thank you so very much for being an amazing author and for writing books in general. In fact, thank you for living.
I can’t wait for more to come from you!

Your HUGE fan,
Anna

ps. excuse my mistakes in my writing, for I am only a freshman in high school.

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Eleanor January 8, 2016 at 3:57 pm

Hi,
I thought maybe you could answer some questions I have on your book:
Firstly, does Hazel die any time soon after Augustus?
Are you thinking about writing an imperial affliction?
Linking to the first question, does Hazel Grace commit suicide at the end?
Also, is there going to be a looking for Alaska movie out soon?

I know you probably get the same e-mails all the time asking the same questions so I’m really sorry. Thank you so much for writing all of your books – I just can’t keep my hands off them.

Yours with greatest admiration,
Eleanor O’Regan

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Zowie. January 9, 2016 at 3:19 pm

Dear Mr.Green
I Have read a Few Of Your Books, and I Have A Few Questions about this Book In particular.
1) What Happens To Hazel After She Reads Gus’ Letter? Does she Keep Attending Support Group?
2) Does She live a Some What Normal Life, {Growing up and Having Kids}?
3) Does She Get A Sequal To An imperial Affliction?
4) And Are You Ever Gonna write a Sequal? {What happens After She Reads the letter}
~~~
If You Could Reply It Would Be Appreciated,

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Ina January 9, 2016 at 5:59 pm

Dear John,

I only want to know so far if you could write the book >An Imperial AfflictionThe fault in our stars< so often (maybe 10 times?) and i want to know how that book they talk about is written and what information it tells. I know it would be much work but it is my deam to read it.

Your big fan
Ina from Germany :)

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Chenee January 13, 2016 at 7:20 pm

I love your books I think they are amazing the fault in our stars is my favorite this is my second time reading it I have a few questions what happens to Mr Peter van Houten and what happens to Anna when she gets older does she have children and does her parent end up helping with the kid Programe for kids who need a home

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Chenee January 13, 2016 at 7:32 pm

Dear Mr green,
I think you are a awsome author is read The Fault In Our Stars twice it is my favorite book is only read two of your books the other one is paper town with I also love. I have a few questions if you don’t mind what does Hazle do with he life when Augustus dies what dose Peter van Houten do what happens to Issac and what happens to her parents. I plan on reading all of your books eventually. You are my favorite author when it comes to young adult reading also I have two more guestions what happens to Peter van Houten assistance does she stay with him or work for some one else. If you can answer my questions my email I cheneeconley@yahoo.com oh by the way I’m a 12year old girl in sixth grade
Your biggest fan
Chenee aka cc

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Alba Grace January 14, 2016 at 7:26 am

hi I have a question is the book An Imperial Affliction and The price Of Dawn real or not? If you can please please please please please please please answer my question Thank You

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Britt R. Hansen January 14, 2016 at 10:33 am

Dear John Green

My name is Britt R. Hansen, and I´m working as an editorial secretary in the Norwegian publisher Gyldendal Undervisning (Education). We make schoolbooks for 1st to 10th grade for the Norwegian market.
We are developing a new educational work for Norwegian pupils learning English in the 9th grade called Enter. We will make a printed book, and we also need the digital rights.

Permission request to use an excerpt in our new educational work (non-exclusive)

We wish to use the following excerpt:
Book/source Excerpt Author
The Fault in Our Stars The nurse,
Look below John Green

The Nurse

Extract from The Fault in Our Stars by John Green.

* fra side 73 midt på. *
On Wednesday during American Poetry for Dummies 101, I got a text from Augustus:
Isaac out of surgery. It went well. He’s officially NEC.
NEC meant ”no evidence of cancer”. A second text came a few seconds later.
I mean, he’s blind. So that’s unfortunate.
That afternoon, Mom consented to loan me the car so I could drive down to Memorial to check in on Isaac.
I found my way to his room on the fifth floor, knocking even though the door was open, and a woman’s voice said, ”Come in.” It was a nurse who was doing something to the bandages on Isaac’s eyes.
”Hey, Isaac,” I said.
And he said, ”Mon?”
”Oh, no. Sorry. No, it’s, um, Hazel. Um, Support Group Hazel? Night–of-the-broken-trophies Hazel?”
”Oh,” he said. ”Yeah, people keep saying my other senses will improve to compensate, but CLEARLY NOT YET. Hi, Support Group Hazel. Come over here so I can examine your face with my hands and see deeper into your soul than a sighted person ever could.”
“He’s kidding,” the nurse said.
“Yes,” I said. “I realize.”
I took a few steps toward the bed. I pulled a chair up and sat down, took his hand. “Hey,” I said.
“Hey,” he said back. Then nothing for a while.
“How you feeling?” I asked.
“Okay,” he said. “I don’t know.”
“You don’t know what?” I asked. I looked at his hand because I didn’t want to look at his face blindfolded by bandages. Isaac bit his nails, and I could see some blood on the corners of a couple of his cuticles.
“She hasn’t even visited,” he said. “I mean, we were together fourteen months. Fourteen months is a long time. God, that hurts.” Isaac let go of my hand to fumble for his pain pump, which you hit to give yourself a wave of narcotics.
The nurse, having finished the bandage change, stepped back. “It’s only been a day, Isaac,” she said, vaguely condescending. “You’ve gotta give yourself time to heal. And fourteen months isn’t that long, not in the scheme of things. You’re just getting started, buddy. You’ll see.”
The nurse left. “Is she gone?”
I nodded, then realized he couldn’t see me nod. “Yeah,” I said.
“I’ll see? Really? Did she seriously say that?”
“Qualities of a good nurse: Go,” I said.
“1. Doesn’t pun on your disability,” Isaac said.
“2. Gets blood in the first try,” I said.
“Seriously, that is huge. I mean is this my freaking arm or a dartboard? 3. No condescending voice.”
“How are you doing, sweetie?” I asked, cloying. “I’m going to stick you with a needle now. There might be a little ouchie.”
“Is my wittle fuffywump sickywicky?” he answered. And then after a second, “Most of them are good, actually. I just want the hell out of this place.”
“This place as in the hospital?”
“That, too,” he said. His mouth tightened. I could see the pain. “Honestly, I think a hell of a lot more about Monica than my eye. Is that crazy? That’s crazy.”
“It’s a little crazy,” I allowed.
“But I believe in true love, you know? I don’t believe that everybody gets to keep their eyes or not get sick or whatever, but everybody should have true love, and it should last at least as long as your life does.”
“Yeah,” I said.
“I just wish the whole thing hadn’t happened sometimes. The whole cancer thing.” His speech was slowing down. The medicine working.
“I’m sorry,” I said.

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We ask permission to print the excerpt in our printed book Enter 9. The first print run will be 4000 copies.

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We also ask for digital/electronic rights:
- we ask for a digital from august 2016 (date of publishing)
- we will use the excerpt only in the educational work Enter: any use in other educational work will be the subject of a new permission
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- to use the text in digital components for the educational work Enter such as the book presented for Smart Board, tablet and/or other digital components

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Ida January 15, 2016 at 8:31 pm

I only have one question, because i do not want an ending to a life you did not end. However i would like to know:
What happened to Sisyphus the hamster?

Your book really mattered.

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Diana January 16, 2016 at 10:41 pm

Sr. Green
Escribo desde México.
Así como en la historia quisiera saber ¿qué pasa después? ¿Haz el olvida a Augustus? ¿Qué pasa después de que muere?
Ojalá y me pueda responder.

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Sandra January 17, 2016 at 2:29 am

I have read your book fault in our stars more than 5 times but, each time I read it I have a lot of questions. Like will Hazel die? Will Hazel and Augustus soul meet in heaven? What will happen to Issac? For all these reasons I tried to replace myself with Hazel but I did not get the answer.
After I read this book I always used to cry.
And for the answers I did a research about the book and you. I did a research about the movie also but no answers.why? Now you are like Peter Van Houten to me .

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shubham January 21, 2016 at 2:24 pm

hey hiiiii john . i m a big fan of urs . the best book i hve ever read is fault in our stars . i hve read it five times and everytime i reread it i think i m reading it for the first time and i cry always after reading it … you hve written it so beautifully i love hazel… i hve deeply fallen in love with her . i would like to ask you a question does hazel die or not …. i genuenly need n answr to this question pls reply or mssg or call me at8527024091……. your biggest fan ;)

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Elle January 23, 2016 at 5:22 pm

Hi anyone who is reading this.

I have 2 questions:

Are you thinking about writing an imperial affliction? I think a lot of people would read it. My friend asked about this and I think it’s a really cool idea.

Secondly when does Hazel die?

I know everyone here loves your books a lot. Every one wants to think they like them more than every one else, so I’ll just say that I like your books. Especially looking for Alaska.

ThAnkYou sO vEry MucH FoR ReaDinG ThIs

ElLe

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Anastasia January 23, 2016 at 6:45 pm

Dear John Green.
I am from Ukraine.It is a wonderful book .Please talk about:
a) what happened to Hazel?
b) what happened to Hazel’s family?
P.S. Sorry for my mistakes in writing. Please write me back.

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Маша Истомина January 24, 2016 at 6:29 am

Hello dear John Green! I’m from Russia. I love your books(The Fault in our stars, Numerous Catherine and Paper towns). And I’d like to know what happened to Hazel in the future. Thank you in advance.

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Маша Истомина January 24, 2016 at 6:31 am

Hello dear John Green! I’m from Russia. I love your books(The Fault in our stars, Numerous Catherine and Paper towns). And I’d like to know what happened to Hazel in the future. Thank you in advance.
My mail: mary-istomina@mail.ru

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Jaden January 24, 2016 at 10:32 pm

Hello John. I am a twelve year old girl and I LOVE your books. I have been really interested in writing lately and you have really inspired me. Thank you!

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Nicolle Starling January 27, 2016 at 1:38 pm

Dear John,
I absolutely love your book so much that I’ve read it over and over, you are a great author and have a great history show too. I hope you achiever great things your truly Nicolle

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lucia January 27, 2016 at 5:58 pm

Dear Mr Green,
I only want to say to you one thing,… your books are incredible. I read Paper twons and then a friend told me to read this, the fault in our stars. Okay its very dificul to express to you because I am spanish but read your books it’s a sensation that can’t be described. I would like to know about the invented book of Peter Van Houten. I thought a lot about cancer and all this diseases and it’s incredible. I looked for some words of you to can awnser different questions.
If you have 5 minutes to writte me, a very big fan, i will be grateful.
I have all your books and i want to ask things if you want you can contact with me lucia882001@hotmail.com
Thak you for your time
Lucía Guillén Muñoz

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#lokesh as Guz January 28, 2016 at 8:49 am

Hello Mr. Green,
your books are just a silhouette of your name, Green.
#TFIOS influenced me a lot. I am perfect person but a shitty reader but after your creation i changed.
I named my love neha as hazel because i found a loving soul in her like hazel grace lancaster.
just a huge thanks for your discovery and imagination power that i can easily read on your book.
#TFIOS is connected to my Life, beautifully…..God bless you Sir..

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Neha as Hazel January 28, 2016 at 10:50 am

Mr.Green
Thanks for turning our lives around….You don’t know how thankful we are to you for this small infinity .We respect you and appreciate your work a lot.
I have got love of my life Lokesh viz Guz

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Malory January 28, 2016 at 4:54 pm

Dear John,

My name is Malory, I’m 14 years old and I’m a french girl. I know I’m just a fan like an other. It’s not very important… So, I love your books !
I find that you retranscribe very well the feelings of a teenager. I like Alaska, Margo, Hazel, Peter Van Houten, Chip, Radar, Takumi, Augustus, Monica, Quentin, Miles, Isaac, Lacey, the Eagle, Lidewij, Chuck, Caroline … They are my heroes.. For me, you are the best writer that I know.. I hope that you will continue…
One day, I hope that I would be a so good writter as you. Thanks you John. Changing nothing. Stay as you are, you are perfect.

Malory

(Sorry for the errors of spelling…)

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Nicole February 1, 2016 at 1:09 am

Dear, Mr.Green

I am Nicole I am 11 years old and I love your book but I have a few questions after Gus died how did hasel carry her life out? Did she die? Did she get cured?
Also how did you get inspired to write this book? Did want of this actually happen? I know your book says inside of it that it is fictional but sometimes some of the story is true! Are eany parts of this story that actually happen? Please write back to me!

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katelynn jaquess February 1, 2016 at 10:23 pm

Hi John Green!
As you may know my name is Katelynn and I’ve read this book a million times. I have a few questions about the end of the book. Please come back to them to my email.
1. do Isaac and his girlfriend ever get back together?
2. what happens to Hazel?
3. does hazel ever get her questions answered?
THANK YOU JOHN GREEN!!!
please answer/read, frankly I’d read your grocery list if I could.

sincerely, KATELYNN JAQUESS

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Bianca smith February 2, 2016 at 7:17 am

I love your books I have read it 8 times it is awesome my grandfather had cancer and he was so special to me your book opened my heart I even did a speak about cancer and I read the letter out because it is just amazing it opens my heart I cried I laughed I loved it I love ur books soooo much!

Love from one of your biggest fans
Bianca smith

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Bianca smith February 2, 2016 at 7:22 am

I love your books I have read it 8 times it is awesome my grandfather had cancer and he was so special to me your book opened my heart I even did a speak about cancer and I read the letter out because it is just amazing it opens my heart I cried I laughed I loved it I love ur books soooo much I always will love ur books you r my favourite author in the world I thinks ur books are better then Harry Potter

Love from one of your biggest fans
Bianca smith

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Darkness Girl February 3, 2016 at 6:05 pm

Your book haven’t only made m cry but also inspired me, I think this book makes this world a more beautiful place and thank you for writing it..you are literally my favorite author. And even though i watched the movie first so i knew the ending but reading the book made me cry my eyes out.
And I’m thankful for the Existence of this book.

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Varsha February 7, 2016 at 6:02 am

Dear Mr. Green,
Im in love with yur bk. It has been amazingly written. I just want to know something from u. What/where was yur inspiration from???
varsha.dashing@gmail.com

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Varsha February 7, 2016 at 6:07 am

Dear Mr. Green,
Im in love with yur bk. It has been amazingly written. I just want to know something from u.
What/where was yur inspiration from???
What happens to Hazel? Does she die of cancer?
R u writing a sequal to this bk?
It would by a pleasure if u could reply to these questions.
Down below is my email address:
varsha.dashing@gmail.com

Thx
From yur big time fan Varsha

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Rose Movahedi February 7, 2016 at 7:10 am

Dear john,
You’ve been my hero since I have read this book.
You have so many fans in iran and I actually read the persian translation and it was AMAZING
you will be my hero forever.
Yours sincerely,
Rose.

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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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Anna November 17, 2015 at 4:34 pm

how do you now??

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ayusha shete January 2, 2016 at 10:39 am

hey!..are you sure?..i mean like seriously?…does she really die?..can you please tell me evreything you know!!…please do reply to me!..

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Grace :) January 2, 2016 at 2:03 pm

Oh my gosh!
Are you serious? I f anybody knows anything else about this incident , please let me know!!!!! Thankyou Hanna!

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OMNICTIONARIAN96 January 26, 2016 at 6:23 am

Where did you hear that??

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Omnictionarian96 January 26, 2016 at 6:29 am

How do you know, what proof do you have??

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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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beth August 3, 2015 at 2:48 pm

actually “the star wont go out” was writen by esther earl, john green, lori earl, and wayne earl

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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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Tim August 5, 2015 at 11:26 am

Also, Esther’s second name is also Grace. I wonder if he did that on purpose?

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shubham January 21, 2016 at 2:35 pm

i agree with u amanda i would also like to assume that only

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Katherine September 14, 2015 at 5:23 pm

Rose,
I have to say that i agree with you! John Green indeed does NOT tell the ending of what happens to Hazel Grace, or many of the other characters. It might be true that he ended it that way, to add a nice ending, but I myself want to know what happens.

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Bookbug November 1, 2015 at 7:19 am

You are indeed correct. All her life, Hazel, searches for answers to what happens to Anna’s mother, the Dutch Tulip Man and Sisyphus the hamster. I’m not John Green who will be able to give precise answers to what happens to Hazel, her mother, Gus’ s parents, Isaac and all but I have a theory of my own which I’d love to share with you. According to me, Hazel eventually dies in her sleep due to her shitty lungs and She and Gus meet again Somewhere with a capital S. Hazel’s parents stay together and her mom becomes a
great Patrick. Isaac stays blind for the rest of his life but meets a
girl who’s ready to accept him the way he is. Gus’ s parents move with his half sisters. This is my theory.

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Eve Mendes November 4, 2015 at 7:02 pm

I know I am months late to answering but I feel the exact same way. What has happened to dear Hasel? This has been my question from the first time I ever read it and I keep going back to it. Every time I finish the book once more I always come up with my own version however,Weather it be she died or is living “Happily” With just the thought of Mr.Waters while watching ANTM. But this is just a little of my thought process while reading these books. Have a nice day Love stay beautiful.

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Malayna September 23, 2015 at 2:51 pm

haha I understand lol I want a more descriptive ending as well! go on Wattpad and they probably have alternative endings.

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alba Grace January 14, 2016 at 7:39 am

but I think Grace was Easther’s family name. But still I don’t know

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