The Fault in Our Stars by John Green is, of course, phenomenal. In the world of young adult literature, John Green is kind of like a rock star. His newest offering does not disappoint. I laughed, cried, and finished the whole thing in one sitting. If you're a John Green fan, surely you already know about this book, right? And if you're not a John Green fan, why not?
Hazel Lancaster meets Augustus Waters at a support group for teens with cancer, so that should tell you something about what's going to happen in this book, right there. What follows is an epic star-crossed romance involving a trip to the Netherlands, a meeting with a crotchety, reclusive author, a couple of Venn diagrams, more than a few video gaming sessions, and so much more.
I'd write more about this book, but it's always hard to write coherently about something you really like -- and the experience of reading it is still perhaps too fresh in my mind for forming a well-rounded review. In short: I loved it, and I recommend it. Of course.
(Reviewed from a copy borrowed through my library system.)