The Iconic Book Scene – The Fault in Our Stars

Today’s book scene was sent to me by Zoe, who blogs over at the Sporadic Chronicles of a Beginner Blogger. She has an amazing blog full of reviews on books, movies, and series. Go head over to her page and follow her if you haven’t already 🙂

The Fault in Our Stars is such an amazing book to read. You can read my review here and Zoe’s here. I can’t wiat to see the movie

Iconic Book Scene - Zoe

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19 thoughts on “The Iconic Book Scene – The Fault in Our Stars

  1. I almost bought this again the other day… I have to admit I am scared to read this! I feel like it is going to be so friggin sad! Ok I am going to go over and read your reviews. Ps have you girls read Looking for Alaska? And if so is it better than this one?

    • Dagnammit Melissa stop procrastinating and get to it already! It is a beautiful book. It is sad, it is hilarious, it is fantastic!!!!!

      I have not. I read An Abundance of Katherines the other day, and that is next up on my Green reading list. I will keep you posted though!

      • And while we are at it, make this your one completed book, top of the bedside pile. It is a quick and easy (not emotionally so though) read, so you should be able to move through it really fast!

      • I know I actually have you in my head every time I look at my books. Dammit Melissa just read! 2 nights in a row I have fallen asleep after 1 page… wtf is my problem. I know I need to stop watching all those damn tv shows and just read.
        I knew you would know about those books!

      • LOL, good, it means the message is starting to sink in 😉 It happens. Even I go through reading slumps. You just need the one book that grabs you.

        Oh, I do know!!

      • It’s a great movie!! You should put that on your list I think you may like it. Here’s the IMBD blurb because it describes it best… and Kate Winslet won an Oscar for it I believe.

        Post-WWII Germany: Nearly a decade after his affair with an older woman came to a mysterious end, law student Michael Berg re-encounters his former lover as she defends herself in a war-crime trial.

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