TFIOS Review

As I promised I am reviewing The Fault In Our Stars movie compared to the book. First off, the movie was wonderful, but the book was better, only because you got the more in depth details that you cannot have in the movie. Understandably, or the movie would be 6 hours long which is unacceptable. The overall storyline and major details were covered, and it gave the readers of the book a great realistic picture to what they had read. Not to give away anything at all, but the closeness the two teens had with their parents was not portrayed in the movie unlike the book, which disappointed me. They changed the ending just a bit, but not taking away the values, only how things happened, understandably to shorten the ending.

Today is my 18th birthday, so I’m pretty excited.  It sure doesn’t seem like I should be eighteen already, but I am. Is that how everyone feels? Hazel was 17, and Gus was 18. They may only be fictional characters, but I felt connected in a way. They were the characters to a book I could read over and over again, just like Hazel did with An Imperial Affliction.

After finishing this book I went to the library to get An Abundance of Katherines and Eragon. Hopefully they are great books as well!

Comments are welcome! I’d like to know what you guys want me to write about.


❤  lilyfrogjo


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