The Fault in Our Stars
by John Green
reviewed by Dominika Wilczek, class of 2015
The Fault in Our Stars is a heartbreaker. It's one of the greatest teen books I have ever read. Everything that you didn't expect was somehow woven in. It was a page-turner, in the sense that although it wasn't always action-packed, you always wanted to know what was going to happen next. It's the best and the worst love story that one could come up with. I cried the last 40 pages of the book. It's a book that you will love and you will hate. It will instill hundreds of emotions that you didn't even know were possible. It's one of those books that you can read over and over again for the rest of your life and never get sick of. It has twists and turns, and it will never bore you. The novel is amazingly devastating; in the sense that its impact is so great, but the result makes you sob for an hour after you’re done. It will make you question your life, and how you live it. It will make you rethink what you know, and all the relationships that you have. You will gain a deeper understand of what it is like to be someone that’s passing and in love with another person that’s passing. The least to say, it is one of my favorite teen-novel books, and I highly recommend it for anyone. No matter how hard you’re crying or how hard you’re laughing, you will always turn the page and want to learn what happens next, until you reach the end, and you have no clue what to do with yourself.