“To read is to fly: it is to soar to a point of vantage which gives a view over wide terrains of history, human variety, ideas, shared experience and the fruits of many inquiries.” – A C Grayling
This entry will serve as a book review. I hope you don’t mind.
Do you know John Green’s “The Fault In Our Stars?”
It is about Hazel Lancaster, 16 years old and diagnosed with terminal cancer. She joined a support group for children with cancer. It is where she discovered the love of her life, Augustus Waters, who later on revealed that he recently had a PET scan that found new tumors. So what happened to their love story?
Try to figure out what happened in the ending.
It’s a tear-jerking novel, I must say.
I never thought I would cry over a novel, it’s definitely inspirational.
By reading this novel, I realized the importance of each and everyone’s life.
“I fear oblivion,”
Augustus Waters feared that he’ll be forgotten and disregarded if he died. Same thing for me, I don’t want to be forgotten.
That’s all I can share about this novel. Read this, and you’ll experience acceptance and depression.
Remember that reading books can enhance someone’s speaking and writing skills. 🙂