The story is "The Fault In our Stars", by John Green, which is fiction. In the story the two main characters are Hazel Grace Lancaster and Augusts Waters. They meet at a support group, since they are both cancer survivers. The book was published in 2012 by John Green and Penguin Books.
Page 15 " Um, Hazel Grace Lancaster."
Page 15 "No, your full name."
Hazel's wish is to meet a famous author names Peter Van Houten, however does not have her final wish to. Augustus uses his wish so Hazel can meet the author of her favorite book. However, Hazel's lungs fill up with fluid causing the trip to be postpond
When Hazel is in ICU Augusts sneaks in at night. This is not admitted in the book till page 312 when Hazel is reading Augusts letter.
Page 312 "Is she gonna be okay?"
Eventually Hazel was healthy enough to go to Amsterdam to meet her and Augusts' favorite books author. However, Peter Van Houten is mean and makes nasty comments about Hazel and Gus's cancer past. Causing his assistant Lidewij Vilienthart to quit.
Page 194 "YOU PROMISED!"
Page 188 " Are you joking?"
Page 192 "PETER!"
Saying all the mean things he says from page 180 to page 194
During the trip after meeting Peter Van Holton, Gus breaks the news to Hazel that his cancer came back. When they return home Hazel spends most of her time with Gus while he fights cancer. unfortunately Gus gets sick at a gas station.
Page 218 "I'm on a roller coaster that only goes up,"
Page 218 "There is no try,""There is only do."
Unfortunately, Gus's health goes down hill. He asks Hazel and his friend Isaac to read their eulogies to him while he is still alive. Issac is also cancer survivor who had to have his eyes removed.
Page 257 "How did you even get in hear?"
Page 257 "Would you believe they leave the doors open all night?"
Gus unfortunaly does not survive. After teh funeral Peter Van Houlten gives Hazel a letter but Hazel just wants to go home. Isaac later tells her that the letter was from Augusts. The letter was Gus asking Peter Van Houlten to help him write Hazel's eulogy.
Page313 "I Do."
Hazel laying in the grass reading Augusts' letter.