What is the plot of fault in our stars?

The Fault In Our Stars is a fabulous book about a young teenage girl who has been diagnosed with lung cancer and attends a cancer support group. Hazel is 16 and is reluctant to go to the support group, but she soon realises that it was a good idea. Hazel meets a young boy named Augustus Waters.

Is the book The Fault in Our Stars a series?

The Fault in Our Stars is a novel by John Green. It is his fourth solo novel, and sixth novel overall. It was published on January 10, 2012….The Fault in Our Stars.

Author John Green
Language English
Genre Young adult novel realistic fiction
Published January 10, 2012 (Dutton Books)

How does Hazel change throughout the book?

Hazel’s transcendent journey throughout the novel is truly multifaceted. Physically speaking, we witness Hazel grow weaker. This change is apparent in the fact that she uses the stairs at Support Group at the beginning of the novel and opts for the elevator near the novels end, as her physical condition deteriorates.

Why does Peter Van Houten disagree with Shakespeare in fault in our stars?

Shakespeare argues that the fault is found not in fate but rather in ourselves. Peter Van Houten’s disagreement with the Bard: “You do not immortalize the lost by writing about them. Language buries, but does not resurrect” (113).

Why did Van Houten promise to tell Hazel the ending and then refuses to when she asks?

Van Houten dismissively tells Hazel that the Dutch Tulip man is God, and that they’re talking about a novel, not a “historical enterprise.” He says that he had only promised to tell her the ending because he thought that she wasn’t well enough for travel and never intended to tell her at all.

Why is The Fault in Our Stars a good book?

John Green has written an incredibly inspiring book, it was inspiring because it showed that even when you know you’re dying you still have to make the most of the time you have if you possibly can. That you should always try and live every day to the full. That you should live every day as if it’s your last.