The Fault in Our Star is an intriguing story about a cancer survivor named Hazel. She is a depressed girl who always sleeps and reads the same book. Her mother believes that this depression is caused by her lung cancer (which she survived from an almost fatal symptom) so her mother asked Hazel to enroll in a cancer support group which she hated. That is where the story begins.
When Hazel was in the support group, she quickly caught sight that everyone there had some cancer. Hazel noticed a sad looking boy, who had one eye covered with hair. Sitting beside the boy, was an attractive boy named Augustus who had a prosthetic leg and was also staring straight at her. Augustus and Hazel eventually started dating, visited each other's houses, texting and call each other. They decided that they should read each other’s books. Hazel gave Augustus the book that she always reads.
Augustus found the same problem that Hazel encounters; the book has no satisfactory ending. She never found out what happened to the character in the book later. Seeking for the answers, Augustus then found the author’s email and emails him at the end of the story. The author wrote back saying that there never will be an ending and he can’t tell him. They found the author’s address in the Netherlands and flew out there to meet him to seek the answer. When they arrived there, they discovered that the author was an alcoholic. They flew back to their home, frustrated. Augustus later passed away.
Hazel finds out that Augustus wrote some letter to the author asking him for a eulogy for Hazel before he died. However，the eulogy never came.
All in all this book is very eye hooking and never stops. There is always something you want more in this book, which is the theme of the book: there is never an ending.