By John Green
Regardless of the tumor-shrinking clinical miracle that has obtained her many years, Hazel hasn't ever been whatever yet terminal, her ultimate bankruptcy inscribed upon prognosis. but if a beautiful plot twist named Augustus Waters without warning looks at melanoma child aid workforce, Hazel's tale is ready to be thoroughly rewritten.
Insightful, daring, irreverent, and uncooked, The Fault in Our Stars is award-winning-author John Green's such a lot formidable and heartbreaking paintings but, brilliantly exploring the humorous, exciting, and tragic company of being alive and in love.
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There was a man loitering there. A small, wiry, olive-skinned man with a thin mustache. He was wearing khaki slacks and a brown jacket. He was leaning against a shelf, idly turning the pages of a dictionary. I turned to the other stairway. I saw another man舒a man sitting at a reading desk near the head of the stairs. He was a short guy, too, but thick and muscular and mean-looking. He had a block-shaped head with short hair and rough skin on his cheeks. He was staring down at a newspaper that lay open on the desk in front of him.
I couldn舗t hear her scream over the motorcycle noise, but I舗m pretty sure she did. I could tell by the way she threw her hands up. By the way her head went back. I could even see her eyes widen in shock and her mouth open in the light of the streetlamp. In her fear, she froze, smack in my path. Then, instinctively, she dodged backward. That did it. That was all I needed. Her movement opened a little space between her and the tree to the right. The bike舗s tires wobbled dangerously as I wrestled them around to point in the direction of that narrow gap.
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