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.


“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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Chloe Thomasson January 10, 2015 at 11:23 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I know that to you this is just another comment. And yes, that it is. But I’ve read this book an infinit number of times. And evey time I read it, when Gus and Hazel try to find out what happens after Anna dies in An Imperial Affection, it makes me wonder more and more, what happens to Hazel and Isaac from here on out? And yes I know, this story is fictional, but it would mean so much to me if you gave me a brief summary on what happens to Hazel and Isaac. Again I love your books(s). I hope you write many more stories!
Sincerely, Chloe Jane Thomasson


ThePaw January 21, 2015 at 8:31 pm

I totally agree that John Green should write another book because this book just needs another one.


Léa Deguée January 11, 2015 at 8:26 am

Dear Mr. Green,
I’ve red your book a couple times. And each time, I’ve cried, honestly. I know thaïs comment is just one between a thousand others, but its my comment, and it will just increase the number of it.
I’ve loved your book, and I still love it. I’ve red it in french, because I’m Belgian. And Mr. Green, I’ve loved each single word you’ve written, every single sentence. I’ve loved all of your references, and metaphor Augustus had thought about, each pansy Hazel had. I admire you for all of that, even of I know this is litterally a fictional book.
But Mr. Green, you probably think that it would ne nugatory, but I would like to defend one point of vue, mine. I’ve agree with Hazel’s thoughts, but one was not that true – for me, it’s just personal- Hazel is not a grenade, well, actually, she is, but as well as Augustus, as her mother, as me, as you, as your brother, every person on Earth is a grenade, everyone will die and everyone hurt somebody. But, if you’re talking about her cancer, she is. But before hurting anybody, she’s hurting herself, she is a delayed action bomb, she’s destroying herself little by little and she’s souffouring to the point to die, because before a bomb explodes, it imploses. I’ve had just defend my point of vue, even if it’s just fiction.
Again, I love your book.
Léa Deguée
( twelve years old)


Léa Deguée January 11, 2015 at 11:24 am

But, it’s still me sorry, what happen to everybody after?


Schylar January 11, 2015 at 10:46 pm

I too also wonder what happens to them…


Theresia January 11, 2015 at 5:10 pm

:D I must laugh. I am sorry but i must. No for u, Mr. Green. Just i read comments, what are here.
Because when i was reading your books, i felt like this girls, or maybe boys, who writes here. I wanted to write some smart compliments and other heartbreaking story of your books changed my life – I will not deny – they did. But you have to know what your books do with us. So why i would write it to you? Anyway I doubt, you read it. Because you are only person, you must sleep and eat and a another things…And when there are comments from whole world…
So (if you have a accidentally to read it) I would short it.
I have 2 sentences.

Have beautiful life, John. At least as much as you have books.

Just one thing. I am sorry, but my English is limited. I am from Czechia, so… :D :D :D


anya January 11, 2015 at 8:14 pm

Dear Mr.Green.
Can you please tell me more about the book the fault in the stars?
What happened to isaac? What happens to Hazel Grace? What happened to her parents? Will there be another book?
Sincerely Anya


Julia Gobbi January 11, 2015 at 10:44 pm

First off your book is fantastic! I’ve read it more time then I care to count….I sort of relate to Hazel Grace in some ways.No I don’t have cancer, but I have another illness that has put me and my family through struggles.But I’ve never given up hope.I have a dream that someday I will get to meet you not that it’s even gonna happen but one can dream can’t they?But also I’ve just started reading “This Star Won’t Go Out” by the late Esther Earl.Let me tell you after reading that book it clarifies The Fault in Our Stars so much more.Thank You John Green.Without you and your wonderful book oh my god I don’t know where I would be.”The fault dear Brutus is not in our stars but in ourselves”(Shakespeare) Thank you again your words have inspired me to a whole new level of potential.

Sincerely Julia Gobbi,


Tabitha Elliott January 12, 2015 at 4:08 am

Dear Mr. Green,
Your book is incredible, and it is so touching. You also did a very good job with writing from a girls point of view, I could imagine that wouldn’t be easy for a man. Also,I would like to find out more about Hazel’s life after the book,I am sure there is much more that could be said. Are you considering writing a sequel? If you are, I certainly will read it. And I am going to read your other novels as well. Sincerely,


Freya Groves January 12, 2015 at 9:29 am

Dear John Green,
I am not trying to make myself look like Hazel by writing these questions to you, but i am realy curious about how Hazel goes about her life when Augustus dies.


Freya Groves January 12, 2015 at 9:54 am

Dear Mr. John Green,
I hope you do not think that i am trying to copy Hazel Grace.
But actualy, i guess i am. I would just like you to know how much your book has inspired me. I have read The Fault In Our Stars so many time that i have lost count. Your book and the film has inspired me in so many ways. I bet you are thinking that i am just another fan but actualy your story has touched my heart. I watch the film over and over and my book has become so scruffy because i take it to school with me every day and i literally take it everywhere with me. I have shed so many tears reading and watching the film of The Fault In Our Stars, and yet I have smiled so much i think i may soon develop smile lines! One reason that i am writing to you is because your book has made me think about maybe becoming a writer. I have tried multiple times to create a story but i just dont have any ideas. I would love to know were you get your ideas from. Finaly i would love it if you wrote a sequel but i suppose that would change everything. I would love to know what happens after the end of the book but as the character Peter Van-Houten said, that would mean you writing a series. I think that one of the amazing things about The Fault In Our Stars is the questions you continuously ask yourself and the fact that you can just choose yourself what happens. I think about so many things that could have happened but i guess that everyone is trying to figure it out. I don’t think that anyone truly knows because all we can do is imagine and imagination is what keeps ur going.

Thankyou for changing the way I see the world and for inspiring me,

Yours sinserely
Freya Groves.

P.s : If you ever get the chance i would love it if you wrote a book of An Imperial Affliction. After reading and watching The Fault In Our Stars i actualy went on google to try and find An Impreial Affliction on amazon!
Thanks for everything.


Joel Jud January 13, 2015 at 6:28 am

Hey, shut up. You do copy Hazel. Don’t set you in the role of Hazel. This is fiction. Life in reality. Poor girl!!!


Sarah Frazier January 12, 2015 at 1:14 pm

Your books are extremely popular with the students at Hokes Bluff Middle School. The 7th grade language assignment is to research your favorite author. Needless to say, you are number one.


Alyssa Jokerst January 12, 2015 at 8:52 pm

I am reading The Fault in our stars I have watched the movie and I fell in love with the movie next I am going to read The Abundance of Kathertherines I asked for thoses two books for Christmas. I am trying to get all of the books that John Green wrote because he has the best inspiring books I have ever read.


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Stephanie Shepard January 13, 2015 at 12:50 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
i thought you did an amazing job with this book I am so in love with it I read it every night before i go to bed and then i read it at school for my all my book reports for every quarter and I get 200 points because I go into detail of what the book is about and I was just wondering at the end does Hazel die or does she still live with her family or did she possibly go to Issac?


Nondumiso January 15, 2015 at 9:44 am

amazingly written, poetic and invigorating…love it and I just bought a copy for my sister and she just finished reading it in three days and she loves it as much as I do…John Green is an amazing writer and I am currently reading looking for Alaska it’s well written and funny… Amazing Mr Green keep inspiring us…Nondumiso Anita Shandu in South Africa…much love.


ricky jacob January 21, 2015 at 10:11 am

hello my name is ricky
i like the books of mr green too ,
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Fotini January 15, 2015 at 11:13 am

mr Green,
I’m in love with your novel “The Fault in our Stars” ! I have seen the movie an read the book.. I really admire you and your books. Please don’t stop writing! Also I want to know what Heizel is doing after Augustous’ death. Her parents?



Lina Herrán January 16, 2015 at 1:39 am

Sr. Green
Su libro “Bajo La Misma Estrella” me enamoro por completo, no he dejado de leerlo, aunque me hubiera gustado mucho que el libro “Un Dolor Imperial” existiera. Espero seguir leyendo todos sus libros, la verdad me interesaría leerlos todos.

Lina Barbosa


Jasmine J. January 16, 2015 at 5:33 am

Dear John,

Haha, that kinda started out as a Nickolas Sparks reference, but it was stupid so never mind. I’m not actually sure if you read these things, I figured I’d give it a go. If you read this great, if not, so be it. I really just wanted you to know how much your work impacted my life. When I was 19 I was diagnosed with Major Depressive Disorder, and Panic Disorder. The only thing that satisfied me, was reading this book at least once a day. I couldn’t tell you how many times I’ve read the book. I lost count after 18. It just took me out of this world, and threw me into this parallel universe of love and tragedy. One day, I decided to try and end my life. It was in the middle of a panic attack, and I will say, the STUPIDEST decision I have ever made. After I took an entire of bottle of pills, I ended up thinking about the quote “You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world, but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices.” I could honestly say John at that moment I didnt. I didn’t like who hurt me, I wasn’t satisfied with the “who”, who was the reason I was doing this. Then I started thinking about my sister, and if she would know why I did this, why I decided to end my life. I didn’t want there to be any questions around my death, and most importantly, I didn’t want to be known as the girl who killed herself. So I picked up the phone and called my mom, who in turned called my dad, who then called 911. So John, thanks to you and this wonderful book, I’m not entirely sure I would have been here today, not sure i would be doing a million times better 6 months after my attempt. This New Years I started crying because I didn’t think I would make it to see the ball drop over NYC over the TV, Thanks to you, I am alive. I thank you…for saving my life.

Sincerely, Jasmine (that girl who was an idiot that one time.)


lily January 16, 2015 at 1:48 pm

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Franceska January 16, 2015 at 3:28 pm

hi … I just finish reading your books and after I stop crying of course . it been so long since I read a book since all I read are mangas so I kind of hesitated to buy your books because of that but im happy I can still enjoy ready such a great book ,wich I tink is te most beautiful story I read . now im ready to wacht the movie … and now I am inspired to write again thank you

sorry for my spelling . :)


Sarahi Estrada January 16, 2015 at 8:13 pm

I m a huge fan of you I love the story you wrote the faul in our stars it’s amazing, sad, and happy but why does his Gus have to die it makes it sad that hazel loses him and have you ever been through that or did you make it up and is there another story contuning hazel or Gus’s friend? Does hazel die or is she having hard time in her situation I just want to know what happens with everyone on the story and why? Thank you for inspiring me to always have love inside of you and don’t be affairs of dying please email me


Lynelle (Lily) Clervil January 17, 2015 at 5:39 pm

Dear Mr. Green:

I have reread this story numerous times; however, there was just something about this book that moved me. I know that this is just another comment, but I think that The Fault In Our Stars was thee best book I have ever read. I usually don’t read sad stories including concepts such as: death, cancer etc. But this book had something that I loved. I for one, loved the book more that I loved the movie (no offense Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley). That ending that included Gus dying was incredibly moving, yet sad. In my opinion, I think that Hazel should have died along with Gus, or Gus should have stayed in the story. Thank you for giving me the pleasure of reading this book. You are on of favorite authors and I hope you reply to this comment. You have inspired me to write a book that I hope will soon be published. Love inside of you in stronger than any love in the world (besides love for anyone else)
Keep Calm and Keep Writing
Lynelle (Lily) Clervil


Carmen January 18, 2015 at 9:07 pm

Dear Mr. Green,
I’m Italian, so excuse me if I took some wrong words (maybe I just did).
I wasn’t supposed to read this book, but my brother bought for me, so I did, not for me, for him. (He is very emotional)
So bored at the start, so confusing, but when the story takes the ride… Wow.
I just want to say that you have ruined my life, so badly!
Thank you.

P.S. Okay!!


Carmela January 19, 2015 at 12:08 pm

I get pleasure from, lead to I found exactly what I
used to be looking for. You’ve ended my 4 day lengthy hunt!
God Bless you man. Have a nice day. Bye


Sarahi Estrada January 19, 2015 at 2:21 pm

Dear mr, green
This is the same person who wrote you but I also know what it feel like to have cancer and die of that my great grandma had cancer it’s was awful she always had pain in her stomach it’s wasn’t something we thought she would die for but one day she couldn’t handle it anymore so she just let go it was painful to see my aunt, my mom, and my grandma cry when she died. Now they are not the same people keep dying because of cancer and I want to know why their is no happy ending to Gus and Hazel? They belong together and for them to be seperated was something really hard I also did cry it was nice but sad.


alyssa January 19, 2015 at 5:21 pm

Dear John Green…
I am really hoping that you get the slightest chance to read this, but I understand that the world is not a wish granting factory. My name is Alyssa and I was extremely fond of your book. I have many questions, but I have decided on another way to get them to you. I am only here to say that your book inspired me and many others. I love your work. Thank you so very much for your impacting words.


Sydney Noland January 20, 2015 at 11:44 am

Dear Mr. John Green
Most of the time I don’t write very good letters, but here is mine. Thank You for your lovely books. This one is my favorite writing of them all even though I like Looking For Alaska. My friend, Cadence and I are major fans of you and we can’t stop talking about it. Even at my birthday we watched the movie version and it was amazing. The story reminded me of my cousin who only lived for 26 days, but I never got to meet her. Her name was Jade and I hope I will get to meet her later on. Everyone says that she was the most amazing baby and even if she was still alive she couldn’t do anything because of her disease. I hope she’s happy up in heaven. Thanks for reading
Yours Truly,
Sydney Noland (age 12)


jingle January 20, 2015 at 3:29 pm

John Green: we need someone to bring An Imperial Affliction to life. Can you?


jocelyn January 20, 2015 at 8:56 pm

it seems so real i read the book before knowing it wasnt and it brock my heart but then my friend told me to look in the front of the book . i was releved . but still sad


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Spot on with this write-up, I absolutely feel this
amazing site needs a great deal more attention. I’ll probably
be returning to see more, thanks for the info!


Ricky Jacob January 21, 2015 at 10:00 am

Dear Mr John Green
Hello mr , i’m like your colection books , and i have your book “the fault in our stars”
it very good ,
my dream light you ” author ”
i hope can see you and talk about your books


Meg Drew January 21, 2015 at 6:14 pm

Hello Mr. Green
I am a huge fan of your books and I looking for Alaska is my favourite book at the moment as it is so creative and fun.
I know this is a comment that you won’t read and is one of many you receive daily but this is Importent. I am watching TFIOS at the moment and it got me thinking, I have been thinking about this for a long time and I would love this to happen. An imperial affliction. This needs to be written and published, this book would be loved by many and you are so talented that it would be an insult for anybody but you to write it. I think you should write this as, not only will you make money from it but it would benefit the fangirl Comunity so much. I’m sorry to bother you but if you made this happen I think I would cry. I am dying to read this book yet it hasn’t been published so please write this book as it wouldn’t benefit so many people.
Fan always,
Meg xx
(14 years old)


ThePaw January 21, 2015 at 8:28 pm

At first I thought The Fault In Our Stars isn’t my type of book, I like action books. So when my BFF recommended this book to me, I turned it down. She kept bugging me to read it and finally I did, and let me tell you, I couldn’t put it down!!! I read the whole thing in 6 days. I started to write “Okay” “Okay” on my erasers at school when I was bored and I also painted it on my nails. Then I heard about the movie, and I thought they butchered TFIUS. They didn’t say anything about Hazels friend, (etc) Now, I don’t want to sound like Hazel with Peter and what not but I think a sequel would be very interesting. You are an amazing writer and I would read your other books but my mother won’t let me (I am only 11).
Well whoever reads this, thank you for your time.
I am a huge fan!


Megan Baker January 22, 2015 at 6:18 am

Dear Mr. John Green,

HELP!!!! I just got done reading this book and I have some very IMPORTANT questions to ask.
1. What happens to hazel after the book
2.What happens to Issaic after the book
3.Are you going to write a sequel to this book
4.What happens to her parents after the book
so many questions!!!!!!
please reply via email
just like Hazel and Augustus, I NEED AND SEEK FOR ANSWERS!!! HAHA.


Gabriela Beck Longo January 22, 2015 at 1:11 pm

Hello John, good’m Gabriela, I live in Brazil and I am a fan, I’m 14, and I think his books are great, because you speak the truth about love, death of a terminal cancer, and about 19 Katherines plus the book “Blame It of Stars” touched me, it’s like I feel the pain of Hazel Grace, never fell in love with both a book, as the lord, I have no terminal cancer or any need, just think I wanted is to see you leave this message, you are a writer thousand note, I think your wife or even his parents are proud of you, Hazel Grace was a magnificent character, I think she was telling the truth, we know that the truth sometimes it’s bad, it hurts us, read or hear, the more the truth is WHAT we learn to open their eyes and say:
“Oh my god, now I know the truth now know what it fear and now know what it encourage me”
More I just wanted to know, the last words of Hazel, was “okay”, but I was wondering out, what happened to Hazel Grace? How did you meet the real Hazel? And WHAT did write this book? You will launch a second part of the story of Hazel Grace? And I think I have the same fear of Gus, being and
I hope you read, and answer me, I’m your fan, thanks for listening, and a hug. Bye Now


Megan Abernathy January 22, 2015 at 7:50 pm

I would just like to know what happens after the story. What happens to Hazel? What happens to Isaac? What happens to Hazels mom? Do Peter and Hazel start to communicate? I know these aren’t literary questions and your book is full of literary questions but I was just wondering. I have read the book 3 times and also watched the movie over 10 times. I went to the movies with my godfather of 67 and he said “That was the most depressing movie I have ever watched” now I disagreed altho I cried for 2 hours it was amazing. I have many sicknesses like anxiety and panic attack, migraines and abdominal migraines and stress. It would be a dream come true if you could answer.
Thank you!!!!!

Your Biggest Fan, Megan


Victor January 23, 2015 at 3:11 am


I have just finished The Fault In Our Stars.
Without going into it, six months ago I went through a very traumatic phase in my life. I have been numb, John.
I know with times comes healing and I know that eventually I will move on to better things. Your book, however, gave me my first steps toward feeling again. Tonight the world came a little closer.
Today I feel a little less numb. Today I feel.

Looking forward to your other works and catching up on the past six months of vlogs.

With thanks,
Victor E


Mary Anne from the book club January 23, 2015 at 5:59 pm

Dear Mr. Green,

I have just finished reading your novel and I am so glad we chose it as a book club selection for February. The other ladies in the neighborhood and I will now know what our teens have been reading! A la Hazel, I wish to communicate with you further: not with a question, but with this info from Public Broadcasting:
“Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies” will be shown on Monday, March 30th in my area.
Thank you for a very thoughtful book. I love it that Hazel ends the book in the present tense.

Sincerely, Mary Anne


Aline and Fernanda January 25, 2015 at 6:42 am

Dear Mr. Green

We were reading your book, The fault in our stars, and since the beginning (exactly at page 12 and 13) we fell in love with it. To be fair Hazel’s thoughts about oblivion are the same as ours. We feel that society doesn’t like to talk about the end, but it will happen (eventually) and it’s good that you just throw those thoughts in a book that teenagers will read (we are also teenagers).
But changing the subject, in an interview you said that the book isn’t about your friend who had cancer and we were wondering if it really doesn’t inspire you. Is everything fiction? In our view it is very difficult not to write about things that really happened in your own live.

Thanks you for reading our comment. It would be really nice if you could say something about it.

Sincerely, Fernanda and Aline


Katrina January 25, 2015 at 10:20 am

Hallo from Germany,
I´m a mid-fourty old woman, mother of 3 teenager, friend of a lot of cancer-patients and a teacher anyway. I´ ve been reading really many books yet. Now I´ve been reading TFiOS maybe 5 times during the last few weeks. It seems to be to hard for me, explaining my opinion in English, cause it is not my mother-tongue. There are a lot af aspects I WANT to tell you, But need speak about in my native language. So I´m sorry for using German.
Ich muss sagen, ebenso fasziniert wie viele andere Leser möchte ich mich dem riesigen Lob anschließen und John Green für das Buch danken. Erst habe ich den Roman einige Male in der deutschen Übersetzung gelesen, danach im englischen Original. Einen Aspekt möchte ich erwähnen, der mir erst nach vielen Gedanken über das Buch klar wurde. Die Frage ist: Was macht dieses Buch so wunderbar und besonders?
In leichter Sprache und im Tonfall von Teenies werden hier viele Lebensebenen angesprochen, die beinahe das Universum berühren. Dabei schafft es John Green, die großen Fragen des Lebens aus verschiedenen Blickwinkeln zu beleuchten. 1. die Sicht der Jugendlichen 2. die Sicht von Liebenden 3. die Sicht von Todkranken 4. die Sicht eines außenstehenden Freundes 5. die Sicht der Eltern 6. die Sicht des medizinischen Personals 7. die Sicht der großen Philosophen 8. die Sicht zweier Autoren 9. die Sicht Gottes. Er spielt mit Symbolen, verwendet Metaphern und Doppeldeutigkeiten. Dabei ist es der wunderbare Trick, nicht alle Antworten zu geben, sondern in positivem Sinn die Fragen offen zu lassen. John Green spricht im Forum oft genug darüber, dass es nach der Veröffentlichung nicht mehr sein Buch ist, sondern das Buch der Leser. Wir Leser können und sollen weiterdenken, weiterspinnen und phantasieren. Ich denke, DAS ist wirklich das GEHEIMNIS des Buches!
Thank you for giving us this novel, Mr. Green!
Yours Katrina


Katrina /translated January 25, 2015 at 11:56 am

Okay, I trid to translate my point of view for this I must say, as fascinated as many other readers, I would like to join the huge praise and thank John Green for the book. First I read the book a few times in the German translation, then in the original English. One aspect I want to mention that after several thoughts about the book was clear to me. The question is: What makes this book so wonderful and special?
In simple language and tone of teens here many levels of life are addressed, which almost touch the universe. It creates John Green to illuminate the big questions of life from different angles. 1. the perspective of young people 2. the sight of lovers 3. visibility of the terminally ill 4. the view of an outside friend 5. the view of parents 6. the point of view of the medical staff 7. the view of the great philosophers 8. the eyes of two authors 9. the sight of God. He plays with symbols, used metaphors and double entender. It is the wonderful trick to not give all the answers, but to leave open the questions in a positive sense. John Green speaks at the net often enough about the fact that it is no longer his book after publication, but the book of the reader. We readers can and should think ahead, spin out and fantasize. I think THAT is really the MYSTERY of the book!
Wish you all the best during fantasize further and live your own lifes full of sences.


Helena January 25, 2015 at 1:24 pm

Dear Mr. Green!
I read TFIOS so many times that my parents are worried about it.
And, as a lot of people already said, you’re brilliant. That book made me cry and smile and… Well, I can’t describe that feeling realy.
While I was reading, I felt like Hazel and Gus looking for the answers but in the end, maybe its better to not know some things bc then we might not like it…

I’m reading Paper towns at the moment and it is genius as much as TFIOS.

Please, never stop writing. Love you!


a girl who notices things January 25, 2015 at 1:39 pm

As I read through these comments I can’t help but realize one thing. In almost every comment, there is a question. The question “what happens?” Whether it be what happens to Hazel or Isaac or any other character. People want to know how they end up. It’s funny because isn’t that exactly what the story is about? I mean how hazel and gus found love in each other. Hazel wanted to know how an imperial affliction ended up. I just think its ironic that if you take away the cancer in the book, its all about a girl who wants to find out the end of a book and a boy who helps her do it. Now here we are wanting to know how the book about a girl who wants to know how a book ends ends. Crazy…


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