Watch TFIOS on Sunday :)

Hello, TFIOS fans.
Firstly, I want to my coolest manager from Churp Churp who knows I'm obsessed with TFIOS.
I'm so happy that I get the privilege to watch TFIOS before it even premiers in US/UK.
YES, watch it on this Sunday.... THIS SUNDAY!!!
I know right!!! The great news is that I have passes for you guys!!!
I want to share my happiness with all of you............ some of you... sorry :(
I'm so so so excited about it, I don't know if anyone is as obsessed as I am.
 I can bring just any of my friends to go but no...
I want people who actually read the book and genuinely love it.
I also always try to interact with my readers!
If you notice, I sometimes reply messages on Twitter, Instagram or FB page.
I hope you guys get my sense of humour, I always try to be funny, haha.

So, ermmmm... I don't really know how I should do this...
I don't really know what questions to ask...
Let's just tell me your favourite part of the book.
Please impress me!!!
It's only open to readers in KL and Selangor.
So, please leave your answer and your email.
I'll pick my favourite answers :)


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  3. Impressed how John Green described each n every scene clearly by just his words. Especially the puke scene by Augustus! Hehehe it's so real :>

  4. Umm. Hi daphne!! Okay this is probably gonna sound.. weird and unusual. But my favorite part of the book is actually.. the ending. When Augustus passed away and Hazel was left just like that.. I don't know. It tore my heart but I loved it so much because it felt so real.. theres no cheesy happy endings. Because I think, in life, there's just no way you can get happy endings like sugar and candies.. its all about battling life, going through challenges thats bound to fuck you up over again. And thats how I felt about the ending. I suppose it shows how real the book was in comparison to other chick flicks and novels that gives me a fake impression and delusional dreams, somewhat. I like that TFIOS was real. It had every part of life in it- it wasn't just about love experiences, but so much more about life and its depressing moments - its a movie worth watching and a book worth reading just to remind you how life can be so... painful. But i believe its not all pain and heartbreaking.. just like how Augustus explains. You don't get to choose if you get hurt in this world...but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices.

  5. I think in the book friendship does play a huge role too. Issac is never a third wheel. He and Gus feel a great love for each other. I really loved the pre funeral, when issac said, "When the scientists of the future show up at my house with robot eyes and they tell me to try them on, I will tell the scientists to screw off, because I do not want to see a world without him" of course, being issac afterwards he made a funny remark but I think he really meant what he said. Email-

  6. This book blew me away. I love how john green put everything together. Well the fav part is when he say , I'm Augustus and you r my hazel. Which is so sweet and warm. It bring the character to live strong. Theres lot more :) email -


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