Okay I need a time to give my thought about this book. So Okay, I know this book in January (I think) but I don’t interesting cause this book talk about Cancer. Cancer is sensitive for me cause when some book tell about Cancer they gonna talk about die and dying I don’t want to feel that way. I prefer to read A Song Of Fire or Gone Girl (cause I love to read a book to make me feel smart).
And when you list of book you want to read are already finish you read, you want to read another book. So I search from Book Blog, who give a good review to read. And they say “The Fault In Our Stars” and I was like “Ughhh come on!!! I don’t want to cry!” (I know If I read this book I’ll definetely crying hard). I brave my self to download the E-book version, cause If I buy a real-book version I’m scared that I’m not gonna read that again, So calling that tester before buy a real one. I read it little by little and I love it!!!! It’s not like Oh I’m dying and then she always crying bla-bla-bla! Is not like that.
I called this book John Green’s Code (Yeah you can call I copied from Dexter who called Harry’s Code). Let me tell you, I have similiar life like Hazel (the main character of this book). Like I’m so interesting in TV Series, Think that “I’m a Granat” and there is so many things that I think this book is from real mind.
I’m crying so many times. Hazel Grace Lancaster is wake me up my spirit (who gone for awhile). She a fighter, but not like superheroes, John Green give humanity in her, that’s a honest feeling from someone who had some disease.
I’m in love with this book, and In love with John Green,seriously! Life is gonna be great even you have pathetic life. I recommend you to buy this book and Think that life is awesome. Here’s my favorite Quotes from this book:
“I fear oblivion,” he said without a moment’s pause. “I fear it like the proverbial blind man who’s afraid of the dark.”
“I even tried to tell myself to live my best life today.”
“I missed the future. Obviously I knew even before his recurrence that I’d never grow old with Augustus Waters. But thinking about Lidewij and her boyfriend, I felt robbed. I would probably never again see the ocean from thirty thousand feet above, so far up that you can’t make out the waves or any boats, so that the ocean is a great and endless monolith. I could imagine it. I could remember it. But I couldn’t see it again, and it occurred to me that the voracious ambition of humans is never sated by dreams coming true, because there is always the thought that everything might be done better and again.”