Just as last time in 2009, John Green will be presenting his new book, this time "the fault in our stars", at the international literature festival in Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt and Munich.
I know that because my teacher contacted me about this matter and sent me the newsletter, saying so. (I'll attach it in this post).
So yes, the festival will start on the 4th September and end on the 16th. In between that time, John Green will have his book-presentation.
I for myself look quite forward to this and I'm pretty sure some of you are too.
Well, 'till then DFTBA!
The final dates are: Sep 11th in Berlin, 12th in Hamburg, 13th in Frankfurt and 14th in Munich
Site of the festival
Site of the publisher
SO. HAMBURG? Who is going? Cause Yeah. I wanna buy my ticket, and I don't want to turn up alone. Although that would be awesome epicness.
Don't worry, you won't be alone. I already bought the tickets for me and a friend, so we're a group of three minimum :)
And I bought two tickets, too :D Yay!
I also bought tickets for Hamburg. My father comes with me, he's read TFIOS too.
So did I, like two seconds ago...
Also bought my ticket for Hamburg.
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Hi. Erm, does anyone have a place to crash in Hamburg? Cause if it really does go too late, I can't get home afterwards, so yeah. And I don't think I'm the only one, right?
So, it would be greatly appreciated. I'd make a thank-you cake :)
I would offer my place, if it comes down to it, (well I DO offer my place...) you just have to be aware of 2 things!
1. I live (again) with my parents. oh failure that is my life )-: They're really cool and so far everyone loved them, but it's something that should be mentiond... Well, hopefully - when all goes as planned, which it probably won't - I will have my own place by September, but yeah...
2. As of right now, I live on the very far northern outskirts of Hamburg, so the ride from St. Pauli to my place is 1,5 hours the least, and at night (especially if you miss a bus) it can easily be a 3 hour ride! So just be warned. Again, hopefully by September I won't be living here nomore, but somewhere closer to the city. Then I will gladly pile all of you up in my room :P
Is it OK to be jealous, if I was the one making the call not to go?
I think my reasoning not to go is sound, but it still hurts a little bit. Especially when I see all your enthusiasm. ^^
You all have to greet John from me and tell him that i wanted to be there but couldn't so I could raise some classes of 5th grader awesomeness nerdfighters ;)