English novel with informal language

Rating


Quick to read
7

Build your vocabulary
9

Motivating
8

Engaging
9

Global
0
Score

Why read it?


  • It is narrated by a 16-year-old girl. The language used is informal and chatty and it feels as if you are listening to someone talk about their life.
  • The author uses a lot of great real-life vocabulary.
  • It’s the type of vocabulary you would find in a real conversation or used in more informal settings.
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Synopsis


The fault in our stars is a bestselling novel about a sixteen-year-old  cancer patient Hazel Grace Lancaster, who is forced by her parents to attend a support group. It is there that she meets and falls in love with seventeen-year-old Augustus Waters, whose osteosarcoma caused him to lose his leg. The book will make you laugh and cry and will show you a new perspective on cancer and romance.

Details


  • Author: John Green
  • Category: Adult, Current book, Fiction, First person narrative, Young reader.