Oh my god! It is finally here. This book, this book that has been with me since it came out is BECOMING A MOVIE! It doesn’t even feel real. Of course I’m sitting here crying because guys, this is TFIOS. This is Hazel Grace and Augusts Waters ON SCREEN. If you have not read this book then I don’t know what you’re waiting for because this books ill change your life. I know it’s changed mine. Enjoy!
PS: Expect a book review. I know right? I’m shocked too. But This is what happens when you have two midterms to study for.
Every Friday I post a quote from a YA novel that I love.
I’ve basically been emotionally torturing myself this week, all because of one book. The said “Emotional Torturing Device” is The Fault in Our Stars by John Green, it also happens to be the book that I choose todays quote from. After this post I’m problem going to go cry my eyes out, but hey, I’ll finally have that pool I always wanted. Right? Moving on…
“The marks humans leave are too often scars.”
– John Green
Yeah, now I’m going to go cry hysterically while holding TFiOS. But first, here’s a kitty:
30 Day Book Challenge was started by The Chronicles of Radiya. Every day I answer something about a book (it usually ends up about two books). I thought it would be an awesome way for everyone to get to know me.
Day 6: A Book That Broke Your Heart
I know that everyone loved this book, everyone found it inspiring, blah blah blah. TFiOS is all of those things, yes, but also so much more. I love this book. LOVE IT. It tore my heart out and danced on top of it. Not a joke. The emotions that the charters show seem so real. Anytime they were in pain, I felt it. I felt their confusion, their anger, I understood it all too. TFiOS is a mixture of happy and oh-dear-god-what-are-these-feels tears. Mainly the later. You will cry. You will laugh. You will carry this book in your heart forever. Mainly because the feels were so overwhelming it caused your heart to scar. I’m just kidding… not really.
“Sometimes people don’t understand
the promises they’re making when they make them…”
“It would be a privilege to have my heart broken by you, Hazel Grace.”