Posts tagged tfios
Posts tagged tfios
Looking for Alaska-John Green (2005)
The film rights were acquired by Paramount Pictures in 2005 but was put on hold indefinitely due to lack of interest by the company.
That is true.
In other news, this would be an awesome movie poster.
In other other news, I’d like to make some posters available featuring quotes from my books that people like. If you’ve seen poster-ready art you liked featuring quotes from my books, let me know by posting/reblogging it (hopefully with attribution to the original artist).
I’m not proud to admit it, but I follow the tags of all my books and my name on tumblr, so just tag it and I’ll see it.
So the Queue for The Fault in Our Reviews is currently absolutely empty!
I’m going to let it stay empty for a couple days to let the reviews come flooding in (likely not to me directly but I’d love if anyone would like to send reviews in of any John Green book or John Green project or John Green himself so feel free!) and in a couple days I’ll go ahead and fill it back up and we’ll be back to normal.
If anyone has anything they’d like to submit I’ll go ahead and post them as they come in the meantime. so please do that. C:
I cried. so much. Like seriously, I’ve never cried so much while reading a book, and in public too haha.
Out of the four books by John Green I’ve read, it’s probably my favorite…maybe. it was darn good.
by John Green?
holy fuck. I’m about 3/4 done with it. i am absolutely in love with everything this man writes.
I was nervous to start it because the last book i read by him was Paper Towns and i didn’t want to be disappointed.
I am not. trust me.
what a wonderful book this is.
The Fault in Our Stars broke my heart in the best of ways possible. I cried, I laughed, I did this strange in between thing. I just have to say the John Green is an crazy brilliant author, and I wish I can make my thoughts in to half as amazing constellations as he can make his.
What’s the point of sleeping when The Fault in Our Stars is an actual thing that’s in my hands.
I love books that make me cry.
If I listen to John Green read the first chapter of TFiOS anymore, I just might cry again.
I put off reading it for two reasons. Firstly, I wanted the hype to die down so I wouldn’t be disappointed. On hindsight, I can’t imagine how I would have been. Secondly, because a friend was just coming out of the other side of treatment, and it was just too scary a prospect to read about someone…