Sunday, July 28, 2013

Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augustus Waters ❤ | Life's Library


Let me just share to you what Ive been  hooked this past few days,. Uh-huh! I got this new book entitled THE FAULT IN OUR STARS by JOHN GREEN. This is a highly recommended book, So I got one and read it. 


HAZEL GRACE LANCASTER via TUMBLR
Let me me introduce to you the main cast of it. :)  HAZEL GRACE LANCASTER  she is a sixteen year old girl living with terminal thyroid and lung tumours. She is the 'narrator' of The Fault in Our Stars and Augustus Waters' s main love interest. 

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AUGUSTUS WATERS via TUMBLR
AUGUSTUS WATERS seventeen-year-old, an ex-basketball player and amputeehas mahogany colored hair. His eyes are a beautiful chocolate brown. He also has one fake leg, losing it from his cancer. Augustus is also tall and muscular. 


When I first bought The Fault In Our Stars, I honestly thought I would be like every other corny love story – but with cancer. But when I opened the book, and began to read it, I couldn't stop. I swear, It took me 3 days to finished the books due to some other "priorities".. I know this sounds cheesy, but it changed me. Reading this book, you will laugh one minute, then KILIG and cry the next. 



The book has so much you can learn from it about life in general; love, death, pain, joy, oblivion.. And all these things were portrayed so well. 



 It changed my views in life  and death. And by the end of the book, I felt as if I knew Hazel and Augustus all my life. As if they could be my best friends. And it killed me not knowing what happened afterwards with Hazel. I Just leave it here! :)

REMINDER: You should prepare a hanky or tissue for CHAPTER 20-25. :)) 

“there is no shortage of fault to be found amid our stars” 


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I just hope the film for The Fault in Our Stars will not ruin or change the characters. I feel like a nerd saying this but I can't seem to put down the book. And If you want to know what Im saying, or what Im trying to say about this blog then please read The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. That's a must read.



♥ ♥ ♥ THANKS FOR READING ♥ ♥ ♥

27 comments:

  1. I heard that TFIOS was a good book and I’m 15 so is it a good time to start reading it now? someone please reply - beth

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    1. I think you can read already. Because Hazel is just 16 years old. Im sure you’ll enjoy this book as I did :)

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  2. i think this book is awesome. when i bought it i though it would be like a common cancer love story but then it just change everything. and now i want to read all john green’s books! i already read will grayson willgrayson. its so funny!!!

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    1. Yup Its awesome! It changed everything, actually this is my first time to read John Green's book! He's just an effective author! Really! I have still one book of him I havent read the PAPER TOWNS, but they say LOOKING FOR ALASKA is one of the best also.. :) Thanks for sharing your thoughts :)

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  3. finished The fault in our stars and cried a lot. - lulu

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    1. Hi LULU!! :) John Green is probably the best author by far. He's effective cause he made us CRY!! HAHA Hookay! Well done Mr.Green.

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  4. Thanks for giving as a slight glimpse of what the story is all about ..seems interesting ;)) I wish i could buy TFIOS :/ asap --jeez

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    1. Hi Jeez!! TFIOS is a cheaper book so you can just have it and I swear Its awesome! :) Thank you!

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  5. Hey I just nominated you for the Liebster Award http://boutique29.blogspot.com/2013/07/liebster-award.html

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    1. Hi Chealsea! Really? :) Thank You so much! :) I'll check it :)

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  6. the images you've shown on your blog proves how you interpret art in a colossi way...that it is more visualizing and antipathetic in a good way. its seems more twisting effect that gives highlights and tension on the images you have...surely you can be a magnificent editor on pictures and multi arts.


    NOSEBLEED!!!!HAHAHAHAH

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    1. Oh my gosh! Thank you so much spencer! You're spoiling me with such a cutie compliments! "Eventhough IM NOT" anyway THANK YOU! THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME! :)

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  7. we make our destiny.... its all about right thinking and hardwork

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    1. Yes! We shape our destiny with every choice we make. We should choose consciously! :)

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  8. wow...nice..keep doing wat u are doing..love and light..
    -ian

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    1. HAHAHA! CHANO! grabe! pinagisipan mo talag! :D HAHAH thanks :))

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  9. Super Agree! I cried! The fault in the stars the best and saddest book I've read in such a long time. :) Nice Blog Post!

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    1. hi! Tricia! You Did? :) Nice Thank you for commenting always! :)

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  10. Hehe Ill read it after the lucky one hehe hnd pa gad yo ta akaba :) hehe

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  11. Well, I never imagined a book could effect on me that much. I am known as a tough guy.

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    1. Hi Berkay! TFIOS is such an amazing book! I think everyone who read it CRIED, it doesnt matter wheather you're a guy or girl because this book really is such a powerful one to make us all cry :) thanks for dropping :)

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  12. This book was the best book I've ever read. I read this book in one day and loved every second of it. This book made me laugh and cry. I fell in love with the romance between Hazel and Augustus. This is such an amazing book that everyone no matter what your age, should read. Must watch movie of 2014... :)

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    1. I’m sorry I remember to respond to this sooner. Thank you for the feedback, I really appreciate it. Yup It'll definitely a must watch movie of the year! and hazel and gus is one of my facorite fictional characters. :)

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  13. OH MY GOSH LOVE THIS BOOK SO MUCH!!! I READ IT WHEN I WAS 11 AND IT GIVES PEOPLE A REAL IDEA OF CANCER. IT'S HONEST, BEUATIFAL AND TRAGIC. I AM NOT ASHAMED TO SAY I CRIED, I THINK IT NEED MATURE READERS WHO CAN HANDLE DEATH. - HAZY <3

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    1. Thanks Hazy!! I cried after finishing the book, too. :)

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  14. the long wait is over . . .. <3

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