The Fault In Our Stars

By Megan Thomas

If you’ve read this, you’ll agree that there’s a prerequisite: must be read with a snuggly blanket and a box of tissues.

Please don’t write this book off because it falls into a sort of “lite” category – just in general, because I hate the idea of certain books getting lost under a label, but specifically for this book, because it is quite lovely and beautiful (albeit tragically sad… a winning combination?) A story of the way cancer tries the human spirit, and how loyally that spirit fights back. 

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