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“but even if we survive the collapse of our sun, we will not survive forever.” - John Green, The Fault in Our Stars

I caved.

I’ve seen sooooo much of this “Okay? Okay.” and “Maybe okay will be our ‘always'” stuff lately that I finally gave up and booked  591 more words


Reading: The Fault in Our Stars

Last week I finished reading The Fault in Our Stars from John Green. Like I expected, the book was great!

The story is about Hazel Grace Lancaster (like a lot of you probably already know). 166 more words


'The Fault in Our Stars' Film Review

As a huge fan of John Green I was fairly apprehensive of the film adaptation of one of his most popular books.

Although I feel that John Green’s characters can be somewhat unrealistic at times – there’s no way that teenage boys are really that sweet/attractive/open about their feelings/intelligent/cute/funny all at the same time right?! 437 more words


Movie of the Week: The Fault in Our Stars

After weeks I finally found the time to go to the movies and watch The Fault in Our Stars. I must say, that although the book is sitting in my nightstand, a present from a friend of mine for my birthday, I still haven’t even opened it (truth is, dramas depress me!). 196 more words


The fault in our stars: a movie review

A few days back, I watched the movie, ‘The fault in our stars’, based on the book by the same name. Many have said the book is much better, but I believe that’s true for almost all book adaptations. 238 more words


Young Adult Cancer Story by Briallen Hopper

This essay was written on lareviewofbooks.org . This is not my property.

ON THE MONDAY when The Fault in Our Stars was the #1 movie in America, I spent the morning at Smilow Cancer Hospital at Yale-New Haven learning about the intricate physics of intersecting radiation beams and marveling at an animated scan of the inside of my friend Ash’s body: a Rorschach image of irregular black-and-white shapes that each emerged and grew and shrank and vanished as we moved down from her shoulders through her healthy heart, spotted lungs, scarred gastro-esophageal junction, stabilized liver, and newly enlarged lymph node.

Vale?... Vale!

Hace un tiempo os hablábamos de una novela que contaba la historia de Hazel Grace y su lucha contra el cáncer, pues después de un año y un poquito más, ¡AQUI ESTÁ LA PELÍCULA! 379 more words