I love to read.
If I don't have something to read when I get in bed at night I feel a strange sense of sadness in my tummy. I don't know why but I just find it's the perfect way to finish off my day!
The last book I read was Fault in the starts by John Green and boy did I love that book! A couple of friends had mentioned how beautiful the book was but I'm not a massive fan of anything that makes me cry and, knowing that this book was about Cancer and death, I wasn't overly keen on working myself up into a state of tears and sobs by reading this book!
|Excuse the tired eyes ... I was full of cold!|
This book really did surprise me. It Isn't a sad and weepy book all the way through about Cancer and death. I found it to be funny, real and uplifting all at the same time. Yes there are sad parts that make your eyes fill up with tears (even a few fell at times) but it's a book that really made me think about life and what little time we all have really.
The characters Hazel and Augustus were fabulous. I love it when a writer can draw you into the characters lives this way!
I won't write too much about the story as I don't want to ruin anything for anyone who has not yet read this book.
The movie is out now which I've seen. But like most books turned film I so preferred the book!
Have you read this book yet? I'd love to hear your thoughts on it!