I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed this book. The conversations of the characters was refreshing. The plot I cannot say to much about other than it’s about teenagers stricken with cancer and they way they deal with life knowing the sentence they’ve been given.
At two points in this book I found myself sobbing. No book has ever made me do this. This book got great reviews everywhere I looked and for good reason, it was so different than anything I’ve ever read but understand this is hard subject matter for anyone but doubly hard for anyone who’s had first had experience of a loved one with cancer and cancer in children has got to be the hardest to read about, but it’s done is such a special way. Read it, you’ll see.
The Fault in Our Stars