The Fault in our Stars
This book made me cry, but in the best possible way. It is both achingly-sad and funny. John Green manages to encapsulate the world of Hazel and Gus and their world, so changed from that of an every-day teenager by cancer.
They don’t ask for the reader’s sympathy and they don’t want it. In fact, they defy it as they find their way through their support group, their relationship and their fates.