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THE FAULT IN OUR STARS
3.500   د.ك.
الكمية اقتربت من النفاذ، سارع بالشراء
دار النشر : شركة ذات السلاسل

عدد التقييمات 4031669 - عدد التعليقات 161672
Despite the tumor-shrinking medical miracle that has bought her a few years, Hazel has never been anything but terminal, her final chapter inscribed upon diagnosis. But when a gorgeous plot twist named Augustus Waters suddenly appears at Cancer Kid Support Group, Hazel's story is about to be completely rewritten. From John Green, the # 1 bestselling author of Turtles All the Way Down, The Fault in Our Stars is insightful, bold, irreverent, and raw. It brilliantly explores the funny, thrilling, and tragic business of being alive and in love.
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John Green

Librarian Note: There than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.John Green-s first novel, Looking for Alaska, won the 2006 Michael L. Printz Award presented by the American Library Association. His second novel, An Abundance of Katherines, was a 2007 Michael L. Printz Award Honor Book and a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. His next novel, Paper Towns, is a New Librarian Note: There than one author in the Goodreads database with this name.John Green-s first novel, Looking for Alaska, won the 2006 Michael L. Printz Award presented by the American Library Association. His second novel, An Abundance of Katherines, was a 2007 Michael L. Printz Award Honor Book and a finalist for the Los Angeles Times Book Prize. His next novel, Paper Towns, is a New York Times bestseller and won the Edgar Allen Poe Award for Best YA Mystery. In January 2012, his most recent novel, The Fault in Our Stars, was met with wide critical acclaim, unprecedented in Green-s career. The praise included rave reviews in Time Magazine and The New York Times, on NPR, and from award-winning author Markus Zusak. The book also topped the New York Times Children-s Paperback Bestseller list for several weeks. Green has also coauthored a book with David Levithan called Will Grayson, Will Grayson, published in 2010. The film rights for all his books, with the exception of Will Grayson Will Grayson, have been optioned to major Hollywood Studios.In 2007, John and his brother Hank were the hosts of a popular internet blog, "Brotherhood 2.0," where they discussed their lives, books and current events every day for a year except for weekends and holidays. They still keep a video blog, now called "The Vlog Brothers," which can be found on the Nerdfighters website, or a direct link here. ...اقرأ المزيد
عدد الصفحات 318
وزن الشحن 540 جرام
نوع المجلد Paperback
نوع المنتج كتاب
رقم التصنيف ‪ 904-THATALSALASEL-0716
باركود 9780142424179
مجموعات التصنيف نوع - الآداب واللغات, كتب ومجلات أضيفت حديثا, الاداب - عام, الناشر - شركة ذات السلاسل, الأكثر مبيعا
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القارئ Aramide Salako  
Love it. I reckon this to be the best Romance/Young Adult fiction ever. All love stories, fiction and nonfiction, are each unique manifestations unlike none other. But here, the story of love takes a clear departure from your everyday love story. What makes this book a brilliant read is the simple presentation of the power and shortcoming of love in the face of mortality.That humans have a life to live; the love to share wholeheartedly with another is the blessedness of being human. And that hum Love it. I reckon this to be the best Romance/Young Adult fiction ever. All love stories, fiction and nonfiction, are each unique manifestations unlike none other. But here, the story of love takes a clear departure from your everyday love story. What makes this book a brilliant read is the simple presentation of the power and shortcoming of love in the face of mortality.That humans have a life to live; the love to share wholeheartedly with another is the blessedness of being human. And that humans will ultimately die, living the one bereaved of such felt assurance and aliveness that only the other half could provide, is the nemesis of being human. Hazel Grace and Augustus Waters, bound with the affliction of cancer; and then again bound by the Cupid arrow, grappled with the reality of their fate stoically, braving the odds stacked against them. They experienced, enjoyed and embraced love, but death, that Grim Reaper, of course, had the final say. The Fault In Our Stars is a fictitious narration of a story of our lives. Life is transient - a mere finite number within infinity. We shall not have all the time in the world to experience the profundity of companionship, mirth, eros, and all of the fine attributes accompanied by love. But in that brief expanse of time - cancer-ridden, poverty-ridden, crisis-ridden, virus-ridden - love endures, and triumphs over all human vagaries, and of the finitude of time.

القارئ :D o y i n :D (CURRENTLY OBSESSED WITH AOT iykyk)  
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The Fault in our StarsSuch an interesting book and a very sad one. I-m telling you, I cried so much like it was never going to stop. I took so long with this book because it was so hard for me to wrap my head around it. Augustus WatersOh My beautiful Augustus. Gus I would write a whole book for you if I could, you were perfect except for your imperfection LOL but I wish there was fictional character I could compare you to but there isn-t because u are pure and perfect . AND I HATE THAT YOU HAD T The Fault in our StarsSuch an interesting book and a very sad one. I-m telling you, I cried so much like it was never going to stop. I took so long with this book because it was so hard for me to wrap my head around it. Augustus WatersOh My beautiful Augustus. Gus I would write a whole book for you if I could, you were perfect except for your imperfection LOL but I wish there was fictional character I could compare you to but there isn-t because u are pure and perfect . AND I HATE THAT YOU HAD TO DIE, you may have not left an impact on the World. BUT U SURE LEFT ONE ON ME.

القارئ Sofia  
I feel like I-m always at least five years late to everything. Anyway, I finally read this, and it wasn-t what I expected. That doesn-t mean I disliked it, however. Unlike most romances, TFIOS isn-t sappy or overly romantic. It-s straightforward and honest. And I love that. It-s also incredibly fun to read. But in the end, it was just trying too hard. In its attempt to be insightful, it took the meaning out of emotional moments.In its effort to be philosophical, it became pretentious.In its stru I feel like I-m always at least five years late to everything. Anyway, I finally read this, and it wasn-t what I expected. That doesn-t mean I disliked it, however. Unlike most romances, TFIOS isn-t sappy or overly romantic. It-s straightforward and honest. And I love that. It-s also incredibly fun to read. But in the end, it was just trying too hard. In its attempt to be insightful, it took the meaning out of emotional moments.In its effort to be philosophical, it became pretentious.In its struggle to be relevant, it got a little cheesy. I-ve never read any sick-lit before for a few reasons.1. I don-t really condone the genre. I don-t like the idea of using something so devastating as cancer as a plot device, especially if it isn-t explored deeply (like in this book).2. I don-t like romance. Sorry. 3. Apparently all of them are the same?I decided to pick this up just so I can say that my opinion on sick-lit is valid since I-ve read a book from that genre. This is the story of two teenagers--Hazel, who has thyroid cancer, and Augustus, who has osteosarcoma. They bond over a seemingly unfinished novel called An Imperial Affliction and their shared love of random philosophical thoughts.That-s essentially the entire book. Random questions that don-t relate to anything thrown in the dialogue, a few soliloquys and monologues, a lot of fangirling, and you have TFIOS. It sounds terrible. It surprisingly wasn-t bad. Not to say that the pretentiousness didn-t annoy me some times, because it did. It felt like John Green was trying to get a point across and celebrate his love of nerdiness at the loss of a realistic, sympathetic character. Augustus and Hazel started to blend together because they both talk the exact same way John Green does. He-s essentially projecting himself into these characters, and it just doesn-t feel lifelike at all.Throwback to that time Hazel recites this entire speech she made up on the spot about oblivion and the pointlessness of human life. Oh, and Augustus uses cigarettes. He doesn-t smoke them, he just puts them, unlit, into his mouth as a metaphor: "he puts the killing thing in his mouth but doesn-t give it the power to kill him."Could this kid get any worse?I did enjoy some of the philosophical parts of this novel, but as a whole, the dialogue felt scripted, artificial, and stilted to the point where it was awkward and the characters felt like caricatures. But there is something so heartbreaking about this story-s inevitable ending. 3 stars, I actually enjoyed it? sometimes?


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