The fault in our stars - Matvey Zubkov

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Amsterdam! The author of the book that me and Gus lovedwas named Peter Van Houten. Me and Gus had a lot of questions to him so he wanted me us to meet up with him in private. I had to travel to Amsterdam but I didn't have money, so Gus spent his last wish for us to go there and see Van Houten.

Amsterdam! The author of the book that me and Gus lovedwas named Peter Van Houten. Me and Gus had a lot of questions to him so he wanted me us to meet up with him in private. I had to travel to Amsterdam but I didn't have money, so Gus spent his last wish for us to go there and see Van Houten.

"An Imperial Affliction" My favorite book that I gave Gus to read. We had a lot of stories connecting to the book afterwards.

"An Imperial Affliction" My favorite book that I gave Gus to read. We had a lot of stories connecting to the book afterwards.

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4th

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3d page

2nd page of what he wrote

2nd page of what he wrote

Gus died and I am crying right now. He wrote this to Van Houten for me.

Gus died and I am crying right now. He wrote this to Van Houten for me.

Ahh... Isn't he so awesome? This is Augustus, the guy that I met. He also has a cancer! I just couldn't take my eyes off him today at the support group....

Ahh... Isn't he so awesome? This is Augustus, the guy that I met. He also has a cancer! I just couldn't take my eyes off him today at the support group....

So my parents take me to doctors a lot(which you would expect since I have cancer), so this time doctor Jim said that I should attend a weekly support group. For me support group was depressing! We met every wednesday.

So my parents take me to doctors a lot(which you would expect since I have cancer), so this time doctor Jim said that I should attend a weekly support group. For me support group was depressing! We met every wednesday.

Yep! This is the oxygen tank that I had to roll around on it's wheels. It provided me with extra oxygen.

Yep! This is the oxygen tank that I had to roll around on it's wheels. It provided me with extra oxygen.

Yep, this is me! Hazel Grace, a 16-year old teenager who thinks about dying, has cancer and that's why those weird things(tubes) are sticking out of my nose. They help me breathe!

Yep, this is me! Hazel Grace, a 16-year old teenager who thinks about dying, has cancer and that's why those weird things(tubes) are sticking out of my nose. They help me breathe!

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