The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green (unabridged audiobook read by Kate Rudd; 7hr 19min on 6 discs): I never expected to laugh so much during a story about teens with cancer. Our narrator, Hazel, is on oxygen all the time due to the fluid in her lungs, and her condition is undeniably terminal. One day at support group she meets the charming Augustus Waters; this is the tale of their relationship. And it is absolutely amazing, a story I treasured every instant of. Did I cry? Of course I cried. But I also left feeling so grateful to have known these characters for that brief time. This is also one of those books with a lot of reread value: lots of foreshadowing and symbolism that I look forward to spotting the second time around. Highly recommended.

  1. I love, love, love book reviews. My mom is a audiobook junkie. I hope you don’t mind if I share your blog with her?

    I’m trying to figure out how to add you though. If nothing else, I will bookmark it and put your site in the blogs-I-follow folder on my favorites :)

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