I was tempted to read this book because of the book title: The Fault In Our Stars. It reminds me of my favourite Shakespearen quote: "The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, But in ourselves, that we are underlings."But I don't want to read it 'cause it apparently is going to make me cry :'(
I agree ... I haven't cried more, I know where the story is heading and I can't bring myself to read it. Just thinking about it moister my eyes. I have read "easy" by Tammara Webber to cheer me up, can't take my mind off the story "fault of our stars". Hope I can bring myself to complete it soon. Its one of those story which you don't just read but feel and live into.
I've only heard good things from everyone who's read it so far. In fact, I've got the ebook on my Kindle but I've been putting off reading it for months now since I'm not sure I could handle it. Just curious though, how does it compare in the "feels" category compared to the A Monster Calls by Patrick Ness? I cried at the ending of that book since it really touched my heart and I could totally relate to the feeling induced by the beautiful (albeit v. sad) ending. :'(
wers d link to download this book???
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