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The Fault in Our Stars
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Cooper Boyce Nov 20, 2012.

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Started Oct 2, 2008

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Danno replied to tigressflowers's discussion The Fault in Our Stars
"well sure, but they're still much more resolved than aIA.  and is the ambiguity really that significantly greater than at the conclusion of most stories?  or real life?"
Nov 19, 2012
Danno replied to tigressflowers's discussion The Fault in Our Stars
"i don't know how Brian, or any of us would have responded if more had shuffled off, as it were.  i think though, he was specifically meaning if it the same sort of nonconclusion as aIA. "
Nov 10, 2012
Franzi F replied to tigressflowers's discussion The Fault in Our Stars
""Also, I'm very very very very glad it didn't end the way An Imperial Affliction did." Confession: I was actually hoping it would - I love it when books have unbelievably sad endings. "
Nov 9, 2012
Danno replied to tigressflowers's discussion The Fault in Our Stars
"that might not change so much with time...though John has answered a lot of questions over on tumblr "
Nov 6, 2012
Lena-Grace Ueda replied to tigressflowers's discussion The Fault in Our Stars
"TFIOS is one of those books that becomes a part of you. It is also one of those rare books that you want to immediately deem your all time favorite,even if you have only read it once. So is my case. I just finished reading this brilliant piece a few…"
Nov 6, 2012
Julieta replied to tigressflowers's discussion The Fault in Our Stars
"I finished it in one day, while I was at the bus heading home.... I recon it wasn't the best idea to finished it there, people kept glancing at me as if was crazy because I couldn't stop crying... It wasn't Augustus death that moved…"
Nov 5, 2012
Brian Heaton replied to tigressflowers's discussion The Fault in Our Stars
"What really happened to Sisyphus the Hampster? The end of the book had me in tears. I often finish a book sad that it was over and desperately craving more. But this one made me feel complete. I experienced their story fully and felt I knew Hazel…"
Aug 20, 2012
Saumya M replied to tigressflowers's discussion The Fault in Our Stars
"I think as readers our imaginations' would do the characters more justice. The possibilities are infinite and some infinities are bigger than others ;)  "
Aug 19, 2012

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What Kind of Nerdfighter Are You?
voracious reading kind
About Me:
I read, kind of boring I know... but that's pretty much all I do. Read and try to find people who love books as much as I do... they are hiding...
Favorite Books, Movies, Music, and more
The Golden Compass by Philip Pullman; Evolution's Darling by Scott Westerfeld; Poison by Chris Wooding; Dune by Frank Herbert; Redwall by Brian Jaques
What's your favorite thing to put on your head?
Kitty Ears (I make them myself :D )
If you could do your happy dance with anyone who would it be with?
Scott Westerfeld
When did you start watching the Vlogbrothers?
2008

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I got a job (finally).

Banana Republic (preppy I know, but everyone there is super-nice).

I swear all 96 employees have come up and introduced themselves to me, and they all remember my name (not that I can remember any of theirs, oops... )



It's been raining an awful lot recently, and seeing as I walk everywhere, I keep getting soaked. I should probably invest in an umbrella, but I haven't gotten a decent enough check yet, got bills to pay and all.



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Posted on August 18, 2008 at 12:00pm

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At 12:01am on July 29, 2008, Up To Here said…
That's exactly how i found vlogbrothers, too! Scott to Maureen to Hank's Birthday Surprise video! And Brotherhood 2.0 was the threshold of my YouTube addiction. So I guess I owe it all to Scott.
At 11:49pm on July 28, 2008, Up To Here said…
Scott Westerfeld is my favorite! I've only read his YA books, though. I've tried to find the others and I can't! I found Evolution's Darling one time, and I was broke. It was never at the store again. :(
At 3:19am on March 22, 2008, JD said…
You've found us... everyone here seems to be an avid reader. I didn't put Dune in my favorites (yet) but I quote from it ocassionally. I just used "fear is the mindkiller" the other day in a post... no one seemed to get it (surprise).
 
 
 

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