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We read the amazing “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green of Vlogbrothers.  Is John Green secretly a teenage girl?  If not, how did he write about one so well?  We discuss your suggested topics and comments, as well as hear from Amanda about her mother’s recent death from cancer.  Even though the book made us cry, we manage to have some laughs as we share our own responses and opinions about this inspiring and heart-breaking novel.  AND GUESS WHAT?  We interviewed John Green at VIDCON about this book!  Click here to see the interview  For next month we are reading Jodi Picoult’s newest novel, “Between the Lines,” which she wrote with her daughter about a teenage bookworm!  Read along with us, and please let us know what you think on facebook and on our new goodreads account .

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34 Responses

  1. Kim _ says:

    Love your club ladies …. Pls keep working !!!

  2. Katie Derusha says:

    im sorry

  3. Jackie Arteaga says:

    I cannot believe its going to be 2 years that this video is up!!!! Thats incredible! More mom's view book club. 

  4. dog2bunny1 says:

    I just finished reading this book and I could not stop crying it was so good.

  5. misscoolishere says:


  6. Abby McShane says:

    I was seriously bawling my eyes out at the end of this book. For August I suggest "Let's Pretend This Never Happened" by Jenny Lawson. It is basically a memoir of her life in the country. It is told from her point of view, and let me tell you, it is hilarious. It is really entertaining to witness her thought process and hear her witty remarks. Aside from this, there is plenty of deep meaning in it, from anxiety and depression to missing the things you hated about childhood. I think this would b

  7. HolySwearWordBatman says:

    It was really incredible to see the strength he had. He didn't seem worried, yet he understood what this could mean. No more sports, no more friends, no more anything. Yet, he chose to comfort those around him rather than have them comfort him. Real-life Augustus Waters if I ever saw one.

  8. HolySwearWordBatman says:

    the courage and strength children with cancer have astounds me! Both my grandma and my aunt passed away from cancer, and while they were both incredibly strong and optimistic about treatments, the way kids look at cancer is so different. I remember a 12 year old boy at the hospital one day, his shoulder was swollen – about the size of a melon – and they had just found out he had bone cancer. Everyone was crying, but not him. He was reassuring everyone. Telling them all it would be okay.

  9. Elvindrummer13 says:

    John is an amazing writer. I love all of his books!

  10. Joan Reilly says:

    I absolutely LOVED this book. Left me speechless… I don't even know what to say

  11. Mays Shalash says:

    Sara looks sooo pretty 🙂

  12. Stephs Life says:

    I lost my sister to cancer 6 years ago.. she was the most positive, funny, Christ-like person. they gave her a certain amount of time to live but i believe it was her positiveness helped her live the 5 years longer that she did. She also told me to live life to it's fullest and everyday like its your last. a time when we were at a wig store whenshe had a wig on A lady walked up to my sister and said, "you have great hair!" my sister ripped of the wig and with a big smile said,"Wanna try it on?"

  13. LadyJay Gaming says:

    i had to stop read this book as it got a bit to much and my hormones are high at the moment but i know i get back to it when i can

  14. 8foa says:

    Usually in books, if the word "the" is in the title, you drop it because so many books start with it. It's easier to find and organize books.

  15. Gillica says:

    7 minutes in, I've already paused and ordered off Amazon. I've avoided this book because I will be in floods of tears all over the place, but it just seems too good a book to not read. Thank you for this review and your honestly about how the characters affected you individually. xx

  16. itsadelight says:

    I like Janet's necklace. i want one, i want one so i can pretend it was my wedding ring when i was really fat, and since it doesn't fit me anymore i wear it on a chain. i also want to pretend that it's my halo that fell off. and seriously. i want one.
    (i was never fat, but i want to impress people with my fake massive weight loss. also i've never been married. i don't get out much.)

  17. ImAJuiceBox says:

    I have to say, I love Carly but I don't think she added anything to this discussion. I think the other 3 girls should just do this club from now on.
    Sorry Carly, nothing personal.

  18. lifewithmesarahmarie says:

    So I waited to watch this until I could read the book. It finally got to the library yesterday, I checked it out, and finished it about 5 minutes ago. I read it all the way through and ended up staying up all night lol. It is absolutely fantastic. I was laughing so much and then crying, sometimes all within the same page. Thank you John Green for introducing me to these sometimes strange yet hilarious and absolutely lovable characters. :] <3

  19. NinaAwesomez says:

    Am I the only one disappointed there was nothing said of Esther?

  20. DinkyDoox3 says:

    How predictable would I be if I said you should read 50 shades of grey? Not just for the obvious sex, but for the emotional relationship between Grey and Ana? And why Grey is how he is? I'd love to hear your ladies views on it.

  21. Ruthie Fairbanks says:

    I am about half way through this book and I had to stop the video when you guys were going to talk about the end. It is a really good book and I am not ready for the spoilers yet. I will have to come back and watch this over the weekend when I finish the book.

  22. xiheartbbx says:

    Definitely one of Jodi Picoult's biggest fan! Must read Nineteen Minutes, The Pact, Sing You Home, and Mercy! The Pact definitely appalled to me the most!

  23. bgsquiggy says:

    Moms View—I am reading Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn–Look up the reveiws on Amazon.
    I bought it and WOW—You will be up late until you get to the last page.

  24. cya740 says:

    My school had me read it this summer and I was planning on reading it anyways, so I ended up reading it before school even ended 🙂 It was amazing 🙂

  25. janet d'oliveira says:

    thank youuuuu! love ya right back! xoxoxoox 🙂

  26. 814ilovemusic says:

    Read it! And loved it!

  27. Riley L. says:

    I would suggest reading "When love calls" by Travis W. Inman

  28. ph0toj3nic4 says:

    I am not a reader usually, but seriously, this book sounds amazing and I want to read it! It sounds like I could learn a lot from this story.
    So thank you all for the book review!

  29. Karen Evans says:

    You should read Let's Pretend this Never Happened for a lighter read. It's by Jenny Lawson.

  30. xotiffaxo says:

    @TheMomsView I personally loved it. It taught me about how precious life is & how we SHOULD take it for granted. Throughout the story, Augustus wanted to impact the world & be someone amazing, but he was dissapointed that he couldnt bc of his condition, but we can. We can strive to impact the world & leave a mark.

  31. The Mom's View says:

    We are so unbelievably moved by this. We are so sorry you are both going through this. Life has it's plans, and we hope this infuriating dark time brings you a lifetime of light and happiness. With all of our love to you, and your fiance… The Moms <3

  32. The Mom's View says:

    Thank you!!!

  33. The Mom's View says:

    YEY!!!! What did you think?

  34. The Mom's View says:

    What did you think of the book?

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