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Anonymous asked: dude, John's vlogbrothers videos cover a lot of the discussion questions, however as John always says, "Books belong to their readers." No, really, he always says that. It's practically his catchphrase. BBTTR and DFTBA.
Anonymous asked: Loved the book! I took it with me to summer camp and let my friend there read it. It was a theatre camp, but a lot of people had read the book and it came up casually in a random conversation about cancer books and how most of them are super depressing, but this one actually was filled with lots of humor. I always like reading the Langley Reads, though most people don't read them, nor is it...
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1) What did you like about this novel? What did you dislike? Why? 2) Who was your favorite character? Who was your least favorite character? Why? 3) How does Hazel change throughout the course of the novel? Why is this important to the meaning of the work? 4) Whom do you think changes the most throughout the novel? Discuss. 5) How are Hazel and Augustus alike? How are...
Anonymous asked: What if, say, someone tried to borrow The Fault of Our Stars book from the library, but he has to wait for over 100 people to read it and this person doesn't want to pay $17 for the book at the book store?
Anonymous asked: this is weird. why do we have to read?
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The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, for we are...– William Shakespeare, Julius Caesar
Booklist Reviews 2012 January #1 *Starred Review* At 16, Hazel Grace Lancaster, a three-year stage IVcancer survivor, is clinically depressed. To help her deal with this, her doctor sends her to a weekly support group where she meets Augustus Waters, a fellow cancer survivor, and the two fall in love. Both kids are preternaturally intelligent, and Hazel is fascinated with a novel about cancer...
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Only If You've Finished "The Fault in Our Stars"... →
Where John Green answers reader submitted questions about the book