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i’m not going to lie.. i was a bit underwhelmed.


don’t get me wrong, it was a great book! i just don’t think it lived up to all the hype.
i may be the only one who thinks so, but that’s alright.

i did enjoy the story, and i really enjoyed the humor.
i think it had an amazing point to get across. love shouldn’t be held back, even if you think you or the other person will get hurt.
love is something that we need to be more willing to give away. and less worried about “losing.”

i think one of my favorite parts of the book, was when Augustus tells Hazel that “You’re a hard person to comfort.”
and she replies with “Easy comfort isn’t comforting.”
and i agree. 100%. comforting someone is not supposed to be..’oh, let me just give you a hug, say it’ll all be okay, then leave.’ no. true comfort someone takes time, it takes love. if comforting was easy, then there would be much less of it needed.

i do think this book was a wonderful read, it just wasn’t as good as i thought it would be. which is totally fine! every one is different, and this one just didn’t quite tickle my fancy..

now i’m on to the next book!
being a bookworm is very fun, but tiring sometimes. it gets hard to keep track of all the lives i’m living!


xoxo,

jacquelyn

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