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I’m so excited for the upcoming movie featuring Shailene Woodley (from “The Secret Life of the American Teenager”) called “The Fault in Our Stars”:
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BUT, I’ve heard from multiple friends that you definitely should read the book before watching the movie. I’ve been searching for a good price for the book, and today Amazon has it on sale. While the printed book costs $12.99, you can get the Kindle version for just $4.99 – a 62% savings!