Csillagainkban a hiba

by John Green

Other authorsGyörgy Bihari
Paper Book, 2014

Status

Available

Call number

FEHÉR

Publication

[Budapest] Gabo cop. 2014

Description

Sixteen-year-old Hazel, a stage IV thyroid cancer patient, has accepted her terminal diagnosis until a chance meeting with a boy at cancer support group forces her to reexamine her perspective on love, loss, and life.

Media reviews

2 more
VOYA
Allison Hunter Hill (VOYA, April 2012 (Vol. 35, No. 1)) Hazel Grace is a sixteen-year-old cancer patient, caught up in the effort it takes to live in a body that everyone knows is running out of time. When she reluctantly agrees to return to her local teen cancer support group to satisfy her mother, the last thing she expects is an encounter with destiny. New to the group, Augustus Waters is handsome, bitingly sarcastic, and in remission. He is also immediately taken with Hazel, and what begins as a casual friendship soon escalates into a full romance. Through an impressive exchange of books and words, philosophies and metaphors, Hazel and Augustus tear apart what it means to be both star-crossed lovers and imminently mortal. While Hazel fixates about how her death will eventually hurt her loved ones, Augustus obsesses about how he will be remembered; the two are drawn together by the justified anxiety they feel over endings. grades 10 to Ages 15 to 18.

Original publication date

2012-01-10

Physical description

295 p.; 22 cm

ISBN

9789636899172

Barcode

105

Library's review

A rákellenes csodagyógyszer összezsugorítja a tumort, és biztosít még néhány évet Hazelnek, ám ő így is folyamatosan a végső stádiumban van, és a diagnózisában már megírták az élete utolsó fejezetét. De amikor a támaszcsoportban megjelenő, isteni Augustus Waters képében bekövetkezik a nem várt fordulat, Hazel történetét is át kell írni…
„A csillagainkban a hiba” – John Green eddigi legambiciózusabb és legfájdalmasabb, mélyenszántó, vakmerő, pimasz és kíméletlen műve, lélegzetelállító felfedezőút az élet és a szerelem kacagtató, vérpezsdítő és tragikus birodalmában.
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