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The Fault in Our Stars

The Fault in Our Stars - John Green, Kate Rudd Started this book knowing everyone cries who reads it. Nevertheless, I started it. I decided to distance myself from the characters, so I would not get attached and then super depressed when something bad happens. First few lines, I realized this wasn't going to happen. Somewhere between talking about the "literal heart of Jesus" and "cancer perks" I was hooked. Hazel Grace and Agustus Waters. Good God. Gus makes me want to either be more pretentious or have more pretentious friends around me. Their dynamic is just awesome. They even reference Slaugherhouse-Five: "So it goes". Heck yes.

A more detailed review to come. Once published on my blog, I will link here.