Book Review: “The Fault In Our Stars” by John Green

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Forget about 50 shade of grey ,dark,black,pink or purple!!!

it’s the BEST BOOK I have ever read!! Very highly recommended!! Motion sickness be damned 😦 John Green broke my heart into tiny little pieces. If I were Superman, this little book would be my Kryptonite.

The Fault In Our Stars introduces Green’s first female protagonist, Hazel Grace Lancaster, who was diagnosed with a Stage IV thyroid cancer at the age of 12. By a medical miracle, she is now 16, but remains terminal knowing that one day, the cancer will come back to claim her. During a cancer support group meeting, she meets the enigmatic Augustus Waters, a cancer survivor who is instantly drawn to her. Cautious but also curious, she starts spending time with Augustus, inadvertently changing her life as she knows it. Conventional stories of cancer victims focus on their inspiring hope, faith, and strength. Forget that. At the end of the day, most of us would not be radiating sunshine if we were afflicted by the big “C.” Anyone who has seen a loved one go through the pains of cancer or any other terminal illness can attest to the horrible impact that it has on patients. John Green recognizes this and allows his characters to express the truth about mortality. His honesty in how patients feel on the day-to-day basis and the roller coaster of emotions they go through is authentic and leaves the reader with the very essence of what it is like to deal with the horrors of cancer. This was the first time I have had the pleasure of
reading John Green’s work and I am in love with his writing. He creates the most amazing, multi- dimensional characters that shatter the boundaries of a simple paper page. He is this incredibly intelligent man who writes incredibly intelligent things that makes you really think and wonder. And he has the ability to break hearts and mend them back together, in the most crooked way possible. As an aspiring writer, there were countless times I read a line and just thought, “Damn. I wish I had written that.” There were lines that made me laugh out loud. There were lines that I had to highlight and reread. There were lines that captured the feelings that I have but that I could never put into words. “My thoughts are like stars that I cannot fathom into constellations.” Dear God, how did this man get in my head? You should know that this book will make you cry. A lot!!!  This book made my heart ache and my eyes burn with tears. There was just so much emotion in the pages of this book that it was so hard not to feel them. But it is so very worth it.
It’s a beautifully honest story about death, but more importantly about life. It will stay with you long after you read it.
Have you read this book? What did you think of it?

Oh and i cant wait for the movie!!! Omgg omg omg omg …im so excited excited!! * spongebob sound excited for work*

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Updated release dates for The Fault in Our Stars movie around the world from the movie’s official facebook page.

But dangg!!! Indonesia in august 22
-__- 2 months later .
Owww maaayyy gawddd…
Okay you broke my heart again john green ㅠ___ㅠ ..or i should move to australia or austria ?? the movie release in june 5 over there :O hahahaah ( ofc i cant move just for watching a movie hhe  )
And do you know who staring as hazel grace? Shailene woodley!! Tris from divergent !!! And her brother in divergent as august .. lol anyway i spoiler the movies (ups myy bad :P)

So this my favorite quote from the fault in our stars by john green

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Bonus :

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Omggg seriously!!!! I want this nail art ㅠ.ㅠ .. and ill try this style someday..
Well guys… its 11.11 over here..

Lets make a wish..

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Oh no… Im about to fall asleep lol..
Bye guys!!

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Doraemon Final Episode (English Version) and (Indonesian Version)

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Do you know Doraemon? yeaah, it’s comic character created by Fujiko F. Fujiya , Japan’s comic writer.
I read this comic since I was 10 years-old.
As you know, Doraemon is a story with no ending, but this small story is about the “last episode” of the famous cartoon.

There are three current and often quoted urban legends that started spreading in late 1980s of an ending to the Doraemon series.
The first and the more optimistic ending was made public by Nobuo Sato several years ago..

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Doraemon’s battery power ran out, and Nobita was given a choice between replacing the battery inside a frozen Doraemon, which would cause it to reset and lose all memory, or await a competent robotics technician who would be able to resurrect the cat-robot one day. Nobita swore that very day to work hard in school, graduate with honours, and become that robotics
technician. He successfully resurrected Doraemon in the future as a robotics professor,
became successful as an AI developer, and thus lived happily ever after, thus relieving his progeny of the financial burdens that caused Doraemon to be sent to his space-time in the first place.

And I’d like to introduce this Happy ending of Doraemon (if you want to know more about another ending information,
please click here)

Happy Reading! ! 🙂

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        ………TIME FLIES……….

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This The Indonesian Version

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THE END

Note:
– The above story was made by
Nobuo Sato
– Nobita, the lazy boy who always
cries and depends on Doraemon,
finally studies hard, becomes a
scientist, to repair and save his
best-friend.
It’s so awesome, affectionate.
-its really sweet happy ending 😀 I like it