Alr so I was rereading this for the millionth time and I saw this line:
This is chapter 2. That was literally said in chapter 2.
Then you get to chapter 22. The foreshadowing from earlier on. OH MY GOD.
Augustus's death happened with a tremendous jolt, whether stopping or starting.
I realized this after rereading it for the millionth time (this book is too perfect istfg) and I want to know what everyone else thinks- so yeah- I've just been dying over that for the past- idk- weeks?
I was recently rereading The Fault In Our Stars, and I started thinking that Hazel Grace is sooooooooo prentious! Like oh my God! When I was reading the part where she is talking to her dad about the afer life, she was so dismissive about another persons opinion. It felt very 'my way or the highway.' I don't believe in the afterlife but I also don't insult people who do. You don't need to be so rude and dismissive, like gosh.
She does die, but not a year after the book ends, she's mortal, she can't escape death lmao. (maybe in a fanfic, she dies or escapes death, who knows, fanfics are wild)
John Green never said anything about her dying a year after, and admits he has no idea what happens after the book ends. (see photo on your left, I also linked it to the tweet in question just so you can make sure it's not fake)
The post you saw that states otherwise was most likely a generated fake tweet. You can literally make fake tweets or posts by using specific apps that provides these services.
Another reminder, fact check your information. Don't believe everything you see on the Internet, especially when they do not cite their sources, do your own research, and always make sure the sources are credible, proof and all. Or risk getting bamboozled.
Not gonna lie, I actually almost fell for it when I came here and saw the discussions and the comments. But I searched it up, and found the tweet where the man himself denies ever saying that Hazel Grace dies a year after the book ends. So consider that rumor debunked I guess.
(Apparently) it is email@example.com for some scenes, firstname.lastname@example.org for others, email@example.com for the ORIGINAL book. Didn't watch the movie yet, but looks like if there is a movie then no one will care about the ORIGINAL book. Wanted to edit, but no permission. It's a stub, quote: "you can help ... by expanding it". Can't edit = can't expand, nice irony.
Hey, so I noticed that there isn't an active bureaucrat on this wikia. Would anyone support me applying to Wikia to be a bureaucrat on The Fault in Our Stars Wikia?
(edited by TheNerdfighter)
Welcome to the community!
The Fault in Our Stars wiki is all about John Green's book. It's a beautiful, sad and dramatic story and we're currently low on editors. We have many pages about the characters and we enjoy discussing the casting, the quotes that Green makes in the book and simply the story in general, not to mention the upcoming film.
It'd be really great to see some more users join our currently very empty wiki, thanks.