And in the end, we can blame the stars or tell ourselves that it wasn't meant to be, that it wasn't destined to happen but deep down we know that the stars were not at fault and it wasn't "meant to be". The fault was in ourselves. -The Fault in Our Stars
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The Fault in Our Stars is indeed a romance novel. It is the story of two star-crossed teenagers in an unthinkable circumstance, clumsily romancing a worldview that often values the temporal over the eternal, the visible over the invisible, the human over the divine. But this is not a romance to which Gus and Hazel alone succumb. It woos every human heart that has ever sounded a beat, and therein lies the fault in all of us—a cancer whose only remedy is the gospel of Jesus Christ.