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I’M ON A ROLLER COASTER THAT ONLY GOES UP, MY FRIEND

“Sometimes you read a book and it fills you with this weird evangelical zeal, and you become convinced that the shattered world will never be put back together unless and until all living humans read the book, And then there ar… 284 more words

Chapter 1

The Fault in Our Stars, is a novel written by John Green. The story is narrated by sixteen year old, Hazel Grace Lancaster, who suffered from Thyroids which led to lung cancer. 284 more words

Why I love The Fault in Our Stars (but mostly John Green)

I know, I know, you’re all probably tired of hearing about this gushy love story that all the teenage girls are crying over. Well, here’s the thing I love this story, not because of the movie or how adorable Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley are together. 525 more words

Life

I fear oblivion.... And power ballads

Sometimes i get this overwhelming need to make something. To have something that’s left after i am gone. I want to touch people. (not in that way…. 80 more words

Personal

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green Book Review

So I have literally just finished this book, and it only took me a whole day to do so. First thoughts? I’m sad. Very very sad. 537 more words

A Thousand Lives

Faulting the Hollywood-ization of FIOS: A Critical FemCrip Perspective

Alright, here it is: The Fault in Our Stars is not only a very moving novel in which readers laugh, cry, and keep asking for more, but it’s also a narrative in which the characters actively confront and speak against traditional “disability tropes.” I’m completely aware that there has been (and still is) somewhat of a contentious relationship with the categories and experiences of “illness”/”disease” in relation to the category/identity of “disability.” Let’s just say that I know that… and I’m planning to leave that debate at the front door. 1,024 more words

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green

In honor of Valentine’s Day, I decided to review one of my favorite love stories. The depressing life of terminally ill cancer patient Hazel Grace takes a new turn when a gorgeous boy named Augustus Waters takes a liking to her. 128 more words

Augustus Waters