Book review: The Fault in Our Stars

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Even though I have not watched the movie *yet*, but over the past weekend after finishing John Green’s “The Fault in Our Stars,” I LOVED IT so much because it touched on the topic of life’s fragility in such a delicate and exquisite manner it brought tears to my eyes.

Falling sick is possibly everyone’s greatest fear and in one way or another, we can all relate to the contents of the book for we would have experienced it ourselves or witnessed our loved ones being ill, and it always hurts us to see them battling helplessly on the hospital bed.

“The Fault in Our Stars” is a cross between a teenage love story and terminally ill-existentialism narrative, a combination is that bound to melt hearts and minds. For me, the letter below is one of the most beautiful parts of the book and it would surely be a shame if I did…

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