The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault In Our Stars

This book, I have to admit, I was NEVER GOING TO READ IT. Why? Because I hate tragic, realistic genres. 

I’m the type of person who prefers reading mysteries, futuristic-science fiction, or adventure/action books.

The reason I began reading this was because my friend was nagging me to read it. I told her straight forward

that I don’t like reading books about cancer …and have tragic ending where the protagonists die. BUT SHE TOLD


she told me this book was so good. So I decided to give it a try. I wanted to curse my friend when I finished the book.

In all honesty, I loved the book. AND YES, PEOPLE DIE IN THIS BOOK. I was so upset. I cried until I couldn’t breathe and 

I had a headache… Critically, I thought the plot was okay… However, the reason I really liked this book was because of the 

way this author (John Green) describes everything. It sounds so realistic. This book felt like it was based on a true story. 

And the movie came out this year with like 83% rating on rotten tomatoes (which is considered pretty high with like top notch critics

commenting and saying bunch of stuff about the movie.) I didn’t watch it and I decided not to watch it because I loved the book so 

much. My friends told me to watch it and I DO ADMIT that the movie must be good (even though I didn’t watch it… haha). But maybe 

in the future. For now, I only want to keep the book in my memory. (…for now haha, I’m weird I KNOW! DONT JUDGE)

And after reading this book, it made me feel like I need to be more thankful for the life that I have. 

It’s like my father said, “The day that you are living right now may be the tomorrow (?) that a person wished s/he had when s/he passed away…”

^this quote sounds a bit weird because it’s actually supposed to be Korean. 

Anyways, dear future me, hope you get the point.


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