Expert Book Reviews presents a comprehensive review, analysis and plot summary of John Green's novel The Fault in Our Stars.
Green artfully builds the relationship between 16-year-old Hazel, whose cancer leaves her permanently tethered to an oxygen cart, and Augustus, a charismatic boy who lost a leg to bone cancer. The review helps readers place the couple's story in context and explore the nature of transcendent experiences.
A great choice for book club discussions, the novel explores classic themes regarding the value of youth and friendship and getting the most out of life. The Fault in Our Stars tells a bittersweet tale of love, and its renowned status and plans for movie adaptation foretell that the book is destined to become a classic for young adults. The comprehensive review & analysis gives buyers and potential buyers a complete synopsis (with spoiler alerts!), analysis of literary themes, background information about the author, and an easy-to-read discussion of the questions and issues that the novel raises.
As the book states, you can find the infinite within a finite period. John Green tells a story of relationships and the things that matter most. Read the review to decide whether to buy the book for yourself, your kids or as a gift. Don't worry about spoiling the surprise. Each Review & Analysis has a spoiler-alert section that you can skip if you prefer. If you liked John Green's Looking for Alaska or Paper Towns, you'll love The Fault in Our Stars.
This Book Review & Story Analysis conveniently lays out the hidden gems: Plot points you might miss, symbols that only become obvious on a second or third read-through, and themes that affect your understanding of the story.
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