Devlin Scott

In my reviews I try neither to persuade nor to dissuade others. I believe the art of reading is a very personal experience and that my opinion should not intrude upon others enjoyment. I merely state how I felt while reading and I will allow others to decide for themselves. This is why I will not present a play-by-play description. I will only offer a few basic details to help you decide if what I present is worth your time.
The Fault in Our Stars - John Green It's nice to know that John Green does not disappoint. Many of my GR friends suggested that I read this, and after having loved Looking for Alaska, I, once again listened and obeyed and am very happy that I did.

Is this the story of two cancer survivors…no. Is this the story of two cancer victims…no. This is the story of several people who manage to leave all the best sort of scars. What do I mean? Read it and you’ll understand.

What I’ve personally learned from reading this novel:

1) Funerals are for the living.

2) Much of life (and its consequences) is a common and often annoying side-effect of dying.

3) Its vitally important to leave a scar that matters.

The rest of the important lessons I will leave you to decide for yourself.

Again, read it, you’ll understand what I mean.


Currently reading

No Lasting Burial (The Zombie Bible) (Kindle Serial)
Stant Litore
Progress: 22 %
Atlas Shrugged
Leonard Peikoff, Ayn Rand
The Complete Short Stories
Ernest Hemingway
A Clash of Kings
George R.R. Martin