The Fault In Our Stars
Okay, so, I realise I haven't written anything in such a long time but I would love to do a review so here it is.
I'm sure by now you have all heard of a beautiful new movie coming out called The Fault In Our Stars.
It is about a girl with terminal cancer and things are amazing especially when she meets Augustus Waters at a support group 'in the literal heart of Jesus'.
But, of course, this movie originates from John Green's book. It really is a beautiful read and despite it sounding very typical and girly, there are so many guys reading it and I love it! I've only had it a few weeks and the first time I cried my eyes out and I'm now reading it again for a second time.
John Green is a fabulous author and really has met the standard required and tackled the depths of such a serious issue without making it, well, depressing.
It is narrated by 16-year-old Hazel Grace and she wants of course, to just be normal.
The book is such a hard-hitting, tear jerker but it is strangely truthful despite the fact an 'Augustus Waters' type of man does not exist in real life.
After you read it - and I'm sure see the movie too - you really see things in such a different way and I'm so so thankful for this book and the insight it has given me.
John Green also has a YouTube channel with his brother called VlogBrothers and even if you are interested in none of this, you should check them out - they do everything, seriously, they have over 1000 videos, so go and have a laugh for a while and thank you for reading.