What's the Difference between The Fault in Our Stars the Book and The Fault in Our Stars the Movie?

Romance

The Fault in Our Stars

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Released: 2012
Author: John Green

The Fault in Our Stars

29%
Released: 2014
Director: Josh Boone
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In the Book In the Movie
Kaitlyn
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Augustus's sisters
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Augustus's nephews
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Caroline Mathers
This Character does not appear.
Augustus Waters
Augustus Waters
Portrayed by: Ansel Elgort
Hazel Grace Lancaster
Hazel Grace Lancaster
Portrayed by: Shailene Woodley
Issac
Issac
Portrayed by: Nat Wolf
Peter Van Houten
Peter Van Houten
Portrayed by: Willem Dafoe
Patrick
Patrick
Portrayed by: Mike Birbiglia
Lidewij Vliegenthart
Lidewij Vliegenthart
Portrayed by: Lotte Verbeek
The Fault in Our Stars Book vs Movie
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In the Book In the Movie
   This doesn't happen. Gus tells Hazel that he loves her at the Oranjee restaurant.
   Gus spends weeks getting sicker and sicker and we see how bad he gets before the end. The details are left out and he quickly gets sick before the end.
   While in the hospital, Hazel reads a letter written by Peter van Houten, wherein he writes a famous quote from Julius Caesar, saying 'The fault, dear Brutus, is not in the stars, but in ourselves.' This is a big part showing why the book was titled 'the fault in our stars.' This never happens in the movie.
   Isaac have a personalised video game for blind people It is never mentioned in the movie.
   Before going to Amsterdam, Augustus and his parents have a fight. This doesn't happen in the movie.
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