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Posted: 02 November 2013 at 7:11am | IP Logged
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It did make think a lot, but mostly I enjoyed the book because of Hazel and Gus and their bonding. And those dashes of humor. 


I remember it was humorous. But I do not remember the particulars. LOL There's also this book by the name of Looking for Alaska by the same author, that's the one I am gonna be reading next. Anybody read it?

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Posted: 02 November 2013 at 9:11am | IP Logged
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Originally posted by LoveToLaugh


It did make think a lot, but mostly I enjoyed the book because of Hazel and Gus and their bonding. And those dashes of humor. 


I remember it was humorous. But I do not remember the particulars. LOL There's also this book by the name of Looking for Alaska by the same author, that's the one I am gonna be reading next. Anybody read it?
 
I have the book with me but I haven't read it yet. The man at the bookstore insisted that I try other books by John Green as well, since I was buying The Fault in Our Stars. LOL

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Posted: 02 November 2013 at 9:37pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by epiphany.

Originally posted by LoveToLaugh


It did make think a lot, but mostly I enjoyed the book because of Hazel and Gus and their bonding. And those dashes of humor. 


I remember it was humorous. But I do not remember the particulars. LOL There's also this book by the name of Looking for Alaska by the same author, that's the one I am gonna be reading next. Anybody read it?
Reading it atm. Going great so far!

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