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A must read. Just finished it. I laughed. I cried. John Green is such an amazing writer. I love love love this book.

The Fault in Our Stars, or TFiOS, by John Green (of vlogbrothers/nerdfighter fame). Amazing, touching, hilarious, brilliant. Will definitely make you cry, but also laugh.

Great books help you understand, and they help you feel understood - John Green

We can't wait until "The Fault in Our Stars" movie is released. In the meantime, get your YA novel fix with these titles.

John Green gives his Nerdfighter Book Recommendations: A Gift Giving Guide for Nerdfightastic Readers. Keeping this as a reference guide.

This easily just leaped to the top of my all-time fav list -- this book is SO SO SO good! Since I personally come from a family with a major history with cancer I found this so touching -- though the romance and light humor sealed the deal =) A must-read!

Bookworm Wednesday: I read this short, young adult novel while on vacation and it lived up to all the hype. The writing was quick, witty and intelligent and the dialogue was impressive.There were a few far fetched plot lines that emphasized the fact that the story was young adult fiction, don't let it bother you! The author believes that fictional stories matter, as do I...(click for more detailed review)

The Fault in Our Stars: John Green, this book is definitely on my read list! I have heard it is brilliant.

Stoner (New York Review Books Classics) by John Williams. A librarian friend says, "A restrained and terribly affecting portrait of an English professor's life. If you haven't read "Stoner," I highly recommend you do so. If I had gotten around to making that "10 books that stuck with me list," this would certainly be on it."

Station Eleven: A novel by Emily St. John Mandel