The Fault In Our Stars is the story of a teenage girl, Hazel Grace Lancaster, who prefers staying at home and watches marathons of America's Top Model. However, her life takes a drastic turn when she is diagnosed with terminal cancer. Hazel begins attending a support group for young cancer patients and survivors. She is cynical about the whole thing, but then she meets Augustus Waters, who is in remission at a support group for kids with cancer. This is when her life begins to change for the better. Pulled into the lives of the characters in the book, you can almost listen to their voices and feel their emotions. The Fault In Our Stars is considered to be John Green's most heartbreaking and touching piece of work yet. The book portrays the amusing, tragic and breathtaking moments that are felt while feeling alive and being in love. The author manages to show you the harsh realities of cancer, while describing the ups and downs in the life of a cancer patient. It is appropriate for teenagers as well as adults.