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Read Alikes - The Fault In Our Stars

We recommend that fans of John Green's "The Fault In Our Stars" check out these great read alikes.

The Pull of Gravity by Gae Polisner When their friend Scooter dies of a rare disease, teenagers Nick Gardner and Jaycee Amato set out on a secret journey to find the father who abandoned "The Scoot" when he was an infant, and give him a signed first edition of "Of Mice and Men."

Encore -- The pull of gravity / Gae Polisner.

The Probability of Miracles by Wendy Wunder Having spent several years in and out of hospitals for a life-threatening illness, pragmatic sixteen-year-old Cam is relocated by her miracle-seeking mother to a town in Maine known for its mystical healing qualities.

Going Bovine by Libba Bray Cameron Smith, a disaffected sixteen year-old who, after being diagnosed with Creutzfeld Jakob's (aka mad cow) disease, sets off on a road trip with a death-obsessed video gaming dwarf he meets in the hospital in an attempt to find a cure.

Deadline by Chris Crutcher Given the medical diagnosis of one year to live, high school senior Ben Wolf decides to fulfill his greatest fantasies, ponders his life's purpose and legacy, and converses through dreams with a spiritual guide known as "Hey-Soos."

Before I Die by Jenny Downham Four years after being diagnosed with leukemia, British teenager Tessa, 16, knows she has almost no time left. "I want to live before I die," she says, rushing to pack in the things on her to-do list, including sex, drugs, breaking the law, driving, bringing her parents back together, and fame (sort of).

The Fault In Our Stars by John Green. Beautifully conceived and executed, this story artfully examines the largest possible considerations?life, love, and death?with sensitivity, intelligence, honesty, and integrity. In the process, Green shows his readers what it is like to live with cancer, sometimes no more than a breath or a heartbeat away from death. But it is life that Green spiritedly celebrates here, even while acknowledging its pain. In its every aspect, this novel is a triumph.