Hazel Grace, the valiant young protagonist, becomes beloved to every reader. She is confused about her feelings, about having a relationship with Augustus, the love of her life. She loves him, he changed her for good. The pretty girl knew she had to die one day soon, but she died daily with the thought of it. Augustus made her life beautiful, helped her fulfill her dreams, waited for days outside her hospital room just to see her.
Hazel is also fighting with the turmoil in her mind, she likes Augustus but she doesn't want him to be with her because his last girlfriend died too and she doesn't want him to be in grief again.
Peter van Houten, her favourite writer who wrote the "Imperial Affliction" wrote in his letter, "The dead are visible only in the terrible lidless eye of memory. The living, thank heaven, retain the ability to surprise and to disappoint. Your Hazel is alive, Waters, and you mustn’t impose your will upon another’s decision, particularly a decision arrived at thoughtfully. She wishes to spare you pain, and you should let her. You may not find young Hazel’s logic persuasive, but I have trod through this vale of tears longer than you, and from where I’m sitting, she’s not the lunatic."
She truly loves him as much as he does. A person you met yesterday can make your tomorrow, beautiful. ~ The fault in our Stars, novel by John Green
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