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    This book is life changing.

    So sad and quite possibly the best I've ever read. I'm interested to see what the movie will be like.

    I'm going to read Looking for Alaska by the same author next.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GlitterQueen View Post
    This book is life changing.

    So sad and quite possibly the best I've ever read. I'm interested to see what the movie will be like.

    I'm going to read Looking For Alaska by the same author next.
    I don't read for pleasure very often, but you have me intrigued. Can you give me a brief description without spoiling the plot?
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    Absolutely love that book.
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    Quote Originally Posted by .pistachio. View Post
    I don't read for pleasure very often, but you have me intrigued. Can you give me a brief description without spoiling the plot?
    I'll try lol.

    These two teenagers meet at a cancer support group and develop a relationship. And the boy takes the girl to Amsterdam to meet her favorite author who is really rude to them and doesn't give them the time of day but then at the end the favorite author comes back in and gives his reason as to why he was so rude and has always been such an angry person.

    It's really hard to explain without saying what happens because what does happen is very white and black. No gray area in there to explain without spoiling the whole book


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    I love that book! I'm looking forward to the movie that's in the works right now!
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    I really liked that one. Looking For Alaska is also very good!

    If you liked Fault, look into Me Before You by Jojo Moyes. Excellent, heartbreaking, fantastic book that legitimately helped me become a more selfless person, I think.
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    I've read both. I think I'm the odd one out cause everyone LOVESSS these books and i finished and was just like "yeahhh it was good, but not great"
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    My friend wasn't a huge fan of TFIOS but she LOOOOOVED Eleanor & Park, which is next on my reading list. I guess it's kind of similar young love story or something.
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    I didn't think TFiOS was like the greatest thing since sliced bread like a lot of people do, but I deifnitely enjoyed it and it defffffinitely made me cry If you like it you will def like Looking for Alaska too. John Green is pretty much the coolest dude alive. His books are all realllly, really similar, but why fix what isn't broken right? He's pretty much changed the world of young adult fiction.
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    I saw your post on FB and now I reeeally want to read it. I'm intrigued.
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