But the review writer doesn't see why they stuck Anne Frank into the story: Uh, duh: It is actually a story that closely parallels the diary of Anne Frank: the story of a teenager who attempts a normal life in the face of death.
LINK this teenager found a lot of it rings true:
Toward the end of the year, Hope picked up The Fault in Our Stars. She couldn't put it down.
"My mom kept telling me to stop smiling when I was reading it," she said. "A lot of stuff they talk about is extremely accurate to how a bunch of cancer kids feel."ah but why is it popular among teens?
and no, it has nothing to do with the old flick "love story"
I enjoyed the book, and was impressed that in the movie ads, the girl is pale and slightly cushingoid...so maybe they got the medical part right.