The Fault In Our Stars Quotes (183 quotes)
The Fault in Our Stars Quotes and Analysis
Hazel, usually incredibly rational for an adolescent, especially in the case of fending off Augustus's romantic advances, thinks this when Augustus reads to her from her favorite book after placing the post about the swing set. Hazel is not completely sold, however, keeping her love secret from Gus and denying him both a kiss in the park and a return "I love you" on the airplane to Amsterdam. This internal conflict between love and safety is turned on its head when Augustus becomes sick, and Hazel eventually realizes that it may be better to allow oneself to fall into love, like in this quote, even at the chance or certainty of being hurt. The nature of books themselves is major theme in The Fault in Our Stars , giving the book a meta-fictional sense. Based on the rave reviews Green's book has received, The Fault in Our Stars may be one such book that causes love and evangelism.
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The Fault in Our Stars is narrated by an adolescent female named Hazel Grace Lancaster who has cancer and attends a support group where she meets year-old Augustus Waters. The two befriend each other and bond over their favorite books, which they share with each other. Eventually, the two go on a trip to Amsterdam to meet Peter Van Houten, the author of a book about a cancer patient whose experiences resonate with Hazel. While in Amsterdam, Augustus confesses his love to Hazel. Sounds like quite the romantic adventure for two teenagers, right?