I have a few problems with this book: how it is exactly like John Green's other books, how false everything feels, and how very calculated everything seems to be. It's all leading up to that tearjerking moment, but since I didn't feel like crying at the end and was mostly rolling my eyes at the entire book, it left me feeling cold. Anyone who knows me knows that it is very easy for me to cry, or at least tear up, and it doesn't take much. It's probably the calculated, "Cry now, please! Oh, and here are a few more feeling false conversations characters are having." I have read almost all of his books, but I don't think I will be reading any new ones by him. Well, unless he collaborates with someone else, since the only book I liked by him was Will Grayson, Will Grayson.