The Fault In Our Stars is a remarkable book about a youthful high school young lady who has been determined to have lung growth and goes to a malignancy bolster gathering.
Hazel is 16 and is hesitant to go to the care group, yet she soon understands that it was a smart thought. Hazel meets a young man named Augustus Waters. He is beguiling and clever. Augustus has had osteosarcoma, an uncommon type of bone disease, however has as of late had the all unmistakable.
Hazel and Augustus leave on a thrill ride of feelings, including affection, trouble and sentiment, while hunting down the writer of their most loved book. They travel to Amsterdam looking for Peter Van Houten the creator of An Imperial Affliction. While on their trek Augustus breaks some unfortunate news to Hazel and both of their universes come apart around them.
On the off chance that you appreciate youthful grown-up books, brimming with clever funniness and lamentable occasions, this book is ideal for you. Hope to giggle, cry and grin all through this magnum opus by the astounding John Green. I exceedingly suggest this book.