Review: The Fault in Our Stars is most definitely deserved of the positive and popular talk it receives from teens all around the world. John Green did such an incredible job of giving me an emotional yet funny feeling throughout the book. There was not a moment that I felt bored in this book, and that rarely happens with me. It seemed as though each page brought to life a new idea or thought from the characters. I had doubts at first, because one, this book is about high school-ers and I am not in high school yet and two, because this book is about people struggling with cancer and I have fortunately not had to live with that. Even though those two things our true, it did not make the book any worse then if I was in high school, or I did have struggles like cancer. I could relate to the book in the sense that I have had emotional struggles before with sadness and anger, and I have great moments of happiness like in the book as well. This is a great book for anyone twelve and older ESPECIALLY for anyone in high school. I thought I'd began to dislike reading again, but this book made me love it again.
Final Take: 5/5