I just recently finished reading the book The Fault In Our Stars a 313 page realistic Fiction story. The author of this story, John Michael Green, is an American author, vlogger, writer, producer, actor and editor. He won the 2006 Printz Award for his debut novel, Looking for Alaska, and his sixth novel, The Fault in Our Stars. I chose to read this book because I had seen the movie before and have heard good comments about the book. I also read this book because I love the genres that are included, romance, realistic fiction, and adventure. This book The Fault In Our Stars is about a young girl named Hazel who was diagnosed with lung cancer. She has a tumor in her lungs and has to carry around a oxygen tank. The doctors said that she would not have a lot of time left before she passes away. But when a cute boy named Augustus Waters shows up at one of her Cancer Kid Support Group, everything changes for her. Augustus gives her hope, something that she had lost long ago. The author included lots of detail in the climax of the story when Augustus dies and using the emotion from both characters. I wish that the author would include even more emotion in this book because it was emotional as it is but I feel like if there was just a little bit more then it would make the book 100 times better. I didn’t agree with the author’s point of view of the characters in school. I don’t think that they were developed enough in this story. I do not think that they were realistic characters. Their description was not realistic nor there dialogue. This passage takes place right after Augustus died when Hazel is mourning her loss. “The only person I wanted to talk about Augustus Waters death was Augustus Waters. My parents stayed in my room forever until it was morning and dad said, “Do you want to be alone?”, and I nodded and mom said, “We’ll be right outside the door”, me thinking, I don’t doubt that.” -page 262. I liked the wording that the author used in this book. I loved the emotion and how it made me (the reader) feel. The conversation between the parents and Hazel felt real as if I was there witnessing the whole thing. I could feel how sad Hazel felt. I rate this book a 9 out of 10. I recommend this book for anyone who likes romance, and drama, and a never ending story.