Hello, and welcome to a new month, and a new book to lie about! Although it was not in the past month that I read John Green’s The Fault In Our Stars, I have read it, and it has been highly recommended that I review a novel by Mr. Green.
The Fault In Our Stars details the story of a young astrophysicist and an equally young climatologist, who meet when they independently discover an anomaly among earth’s constellations. These two young scientists embark on a desperate, whirlwind journey to seek out the reason why our skies are shifting, and to stop this madness before it destroys all life as we know it. They come to a number of experts for aid, among them rogue geologists, marine biologists, and one reclusive, misanthropic Dutch writer– but ultimately, our fate rests in their hands alone.
Can our two young heroes find out the reason for the fault in our stars in time? Or will their discovery lead to a cosmic earthquake that rends everything in its path?
I would recommend The Fault In Our Stars to any fans of astrology, relatively-sized infinities, and moving stories about awkward teens.