Seventeen-year-old Hazel Grace Lancaster reluctantly goes to a disease patients’ care group at her mom’s command. In view of her malignant growth, she utilizes a versatile oxygen tank to inhale legitimately. In one of the gatherings she grabs the attention of an adolescent kid, and through the course of the gathering she takes in the kid’s name is Augustus Waters. He’s there to help their shared companion, Isaac. Isaac had a tumor in one eye that he had evacuated, and now he must have his other eye taken out also. After the gathering closes, Augustus approaches Hazel and discloses to her she looks like Natalie Portman in V for Vendetta. He welcomes Hazel to his home to watch the film, and keeping in mind that hanging out, the two examine their encounters with malignancy. Hazel uncovers she has thyroid malignant growth that has spread to her lungs. Augustus had osteosarcoma, however he is currently malignant growth free in the wake of having his leg cut away. Before Augustus takes Hazel home, they consent to peruse each other’s most loved books. Augustus gives Hazel The Price of Dawn, and Hazel suggests An Imperial Affliction.
Hazel clarifies the eminence of An Imperial Affliction: It is a novel about a young lady named Anna who has malignant growth, and it’s the main record she’s perused of living with disease that coordinates her experience. She portrays how the novel maddeningly closes midsentence, denying the peruser conclusion about the destiny of the novel’s characters. She theorizes about the novel’s baffling creator, Peter Van Houten, who fled to Amsterdam after the novel was distributed and hasn’t been gotten notification from since.
Seven days after Hazel and Augustus talk about the artistic importance of An Imperial Affliction, Augustus phenomenally uncovers he found Van Houten’s partner, Lidewij, and through her he’s figured out how to begin an email correspondence with the antisocial creator. He shares Van Houten’s letter with Hazel, and she devises a rundown of inquiries to send Van Houten, planning to clear up the novel’s vague decision. Hazel is most worried about the destiny of Anna’s mom. She assumes that if Anna’s mom endures her little girl’s passing, at that point her very own folks will be okay after Hazel bites the dust. Van Houten in the end answers, saying he could just answer Hazel’s inquiries face to face. He welcomes her to stop by in the event that she is ever in Amsterdam.
Soon after Augustus welcomes Hazel on an excursion. It turns out he’s arranged an intricate Dutch-themed excursion where he uncovers that a magnanimous establishment that allows the desires of children with disease has consented to give his: he’s taking both of them to Amsterdam to meet Van Houten. She is excited, yet when he contacts her face she feels reluctant for reasons unknown. After some time she understands that she prefers him a great deal, however she realizes she’ll hurt him when she kicks the bucket. She analyzes herself to an explosive.
Amidst her battle over what to do about Augustus, Hazel endures a genuine scene in which her lungs load up with liquid and she goes to the ICU. When she is discharged following a time of days, she discovers that Augustus never left the healing center’s sitting area. He conveys Hazel another letter from Van Houten, this one more close to home and more obscure than the last. Subsequent to perusing the letter, Hazel is more decided than any other time in recent memory to go to Amsterdam. There is an issue however: Her folks and her group of specialists don’t think Hazel is solid enough to travel. The circumstance appears to be sad until one of the doctors most comfortable with her case, Dr. Maria, persuades Hazel’s folks that Hazel must go on the grounds that she needs to carry on with her life.
The designs are made for Augustus, Hazel, and Hazel’s mom to go to Amsterdam, however when Hazel and Augustus meet Van Houten they find that, rather than a productive virtuoso, he is a gutless smashed who claims he can’t answer any of Hazel’s inquiries. The two leave Van Houten’s in absolute dissatisfaction, and joined by Lidewij, who feels astonished by Van Houten’s conduct, they visit Anne Frank’s home. Toward the finish of the visit, Augustus and Hazel offer a sentimental kiss, to the acclaim of onlookers. They make a beeline for the inn where they have intercourse for the solitary time. The next day, Augustus admits that while Hazel was in the ICU he had a body filter which uncovered his malignancy has returned and spread all over the place. They come back to Indianapolis, and Hazel acknowledges Augustus is presently the projectile. As his condition declines he is less inclined to his run of the mill appeal and certainty. He ends up helpless and terrified, however is as yet a lovely kid in Hazel’s psyche. As this change happens, she stops calling him Augustus and begins alluding to him as only Gus, as his folks do. Hazel perceives that she adores him now as much as ever. Augustus’ condition break down rapidly. In his last days Augustus organizes a prefuneral for himself, and Isaac and Hazel give tributes. Hazel takes a line from Van Houten about bigger and littler interminabilities. She says the amount she cherishes Augustus, and that she would not exchange their brief span together to anything on the planet.
Augustus passes on eight days after the fact. Hazel is astounded to discover Van Houten at the memorial service. Van Houten clarifies that he and Gus kept up correspondence and that Augustus requested Van Houten compensate for demolishing the excursion to Amsterdam by going to his burial service to see Hazel. Van Houten conceptually uncovers the destiny of Anna’s mom, however Hazel isn’t intrigued. A couple of days after the fact Isaac educates Hazel that Augustus was composing something for her. He had indicated about composition a spin-off of An Imperial Affliction for her, and as Hazel scrambles to find the pages she experiences Van Houten yet again. He unsteadily uncovers that Anna was the name of his girl. She kicked the bucket of malignant growth when she was eight, and An Imperial Affliction was his artistic endeavor at accommodating himself with her demise. Hazel discloses to Van Houten to calm down and compose another book.
Inevitably Hazel discovers that Augustus sent the pages to Van Houten in light of the fact that he needed Van Houten to utilize the pages to create an elegantly composed commendation about Hazel. Lidewij powers Van Houten to peruse the pages and sends them straight off to Hazel. The tale closes with Hazel perusing Augustus’ words. He says getting injured in this world is unavoidable, yet we do get the opportunity to pick who we permit to hurt us, and that he his content with his decision. He trusts she loves her decision as well. The last expressions of the novel originate from Hazel, who says she does.