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I’ll try specifically not to recap any actual plot things that happen because I know at least one of my followers hasn’t gotten their copy yet, but I’m just a bit over halfway done with the book and I don’t know if I can go on and remain, like, mentally healthy. I’m developing this really thick paranoia that something terrible is going to happen to either Hazel or Augustus, and it’s hard to wade through. I don’t really want to sleep because I feel like I am contractually obligated, as a witness to their thoughts and actions and stuff, to read until there isn’t anything left to read.
Ugh. The problems of a reader who always gets too emotionally invested in her books.
I have the feeling I may be ugly sobbing on my cousin’s floor tomorrow—I will finish this book tomorrow.
My hat’s off to John Green. Really. It’s been a long time since I read a book that made me feel ALL THE FEELS (as he so eloquently put it) and I’m really grateful that TFioS came about just when I was starting to feel stagnant and moody for want of emotional vent.
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