The only kinds of books I have trouble reading and finishing are fiction books. This was one fiction book, that was the exception and I couldn't put it down. It was well written and the flow of the story put my emotions through a slot machine. I felt a part of the Story and cheered Hazel (the main character) on all the way through. Reading this made me ok with being more vulnerable and remembering to cherish the moments we have with those that care about us.
Some lessons in life are best explained through fiction because there is more flexibility in the environment and characters to communicate a message. I want to expose my mind to new ways of thinking outside the patterns of just non-fiction writing. I didn't have that many good fiction recommendations in waiting, so I researched on Goodreads and stumbled across this book.
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