I just finished The Fault in Our Stars by John Green. It was one of the best books I have read and it would be perfect for anyone hunkering down during Hurricane Sandy. It was recomended by my friend Katie (Thank you!) and I first downloaded a sample on my Kindle Keyboard 3G. Once I read part of the first chapter in the sample, I immediately bought the book, that was Wednesday afternoon and I finished it Friday. It is a story about Hazel, a sixteen year old girl with incurable lung cancer. She finished high school early and now takes college level classes, watches marathons of her favorite TV shows, reads books and rarely interacts with kids her own age. Her parents wanting her to get out of the house, and meet other teenagers, get her involved in a Cancer Support Group for kids at a local church. Hazel meets Augustus Waters a seventeen year old cancer survivor at one of the sessions. Hazel and Augustus become inseparable, with the same intellect, humor and view of cancer, life and death they find something special within each other. It is a tragic, engaging, funny and very deep story.