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Someone here also suggested,  change of heart by Jodi picoult, thanks for that. I loved it and I finished it this morning. Havegoosebumps

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After all the glowing reviews and recommendations I finally decided to take a look at The Fault In Our Stars and it was so totally worth it! 

Thanks, everyone for the suggestion. Its a beautiful book which I feel everyone can and should definitely read. I didn't cry but it was a deeply moving book which also makes you think long after it is over.

Even though the movie is coming out next year I would recommend everyone to read the book first, even the non-readers.


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It is being made into a movie :o

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Originally posted by cs-07

It is being made into a movie :o

Yeah, starring Shailene Woodley as Hazel Grace and Ansel Elgort as Augustus. They just finished filming a few days ago according to John Green's tweets.


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Originally posted by cs-07

Omg its b borderline horror. Dean Kuntz would seem a joke in front of this book

LOL Well I bought The Shining to read because the sequel has came out just recently. But I haven't had the chance to read it because I've been assigned books to read for my English class :(

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Originally posted by zephyr29

After all the glowing reviews and recommendations I finally decided to take a look at The Fault In Our Stars and it was so totally worth it! 

Thanks, everyone for the suggestion. Its a beautiful book which I feel everyone can and should definitely read. I didn't cry but it was a deeply moving book which also makes you think long after it is over.

Even though the movie is coming out next year I would recommend everyone to read the book first, even the non-readers.

What is it about? 
 

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Can someone recommend some chick lit books? Please? 

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Originally posted by xbeyondwordsx

Originally posted by zephyr29

After all the glowing reviews and recommendations I finally decided to take a look at The Fault In Our Stars and it was so totally worth it! 

Thanks, everyone for the suggestion. Its a beautiful book which I feel everyone can and should definitely read. I didn't cry but it was a deeply moving book which also makes you think long after it is over.

Even though the movie is coming out next year I would recommend everyone to read the book first, even the non-readers.

What is it about? 
 


Its a love story between 2 teenagers suffering from Cancer but more its a lot about the way they see life and their time on earth and what exactly those suffering from the illness go through. The best part of the book is its extremely humourous and basically they talk about their views on life and their condition with a lot of humour. Its very relatable with a lot of worthy quotes on life, love and mortality.

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